Edson Carquin

Edson is a postdoc at the Physics institute at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC), in Santiago. He started to work in the ATLAS experiment in 2010 and he’s currently interested in searches of beyond the standard model theories involving extra heavy Higgs bosons or other exotic heavy resonances, and in the studies of the properties of the Higgs particle. When he’s far from the office and computers, he likes to take long walks, read novels and essays, listen to nice music, and spend time with his family and friends.

Leptons & photons meet dragons, castles and multiverses in Ljubljana

The XXVII edition of this classic conference (Lepton-Photon) brought together more than 200 scientists from around the world in the lovely city of Ljubljana, Slovenia. This year’s edition was a bit special, as it featured poster presentations that gave young researchers (including many ATLAS members) the opportunity to show their work. 

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