Antonio Sidoti

Antonio Sidoti is a physicist in Bologna (Italy) at the Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare. His research include top quark associated with Higgs production searches, upgrade studies for the new inner tracker and trigger software development using Graphical Processing Units. He is coordinating the ATLAS Minimum Bias and Forward Detector Trigger Signature group and is now deputy coordinator of the physics analysis for the Italian groups in ATLAS. When he is not working he plays piano, runs marathons, skis or sails with a windsurf.

From ATLAS Around the World: Faster and faster!

Faster and Faster! This is how it gets as soon as LS1 ends and the first collisions of LHC Run 2 approaches. As you might have noticed, at particle physics experiments we LOVE acronyms! LS1 stands for the first Long Shutdown of the Large Hadron Collider.

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