Professor Landsberg does research in elementary particle physics, specifically experimental investigation of the fundamental particles and fields at the energy frontier accelerators. His main research activity is the search for new physics phenomena, including extra dimensions in space. He is a member of the CMS and DZero experiments operating at the energy-frontier facilities: the Fermilab Tevatron collider (Batavia, IL) and the Large Hadron Collider at CERN (Geneva, Switzerland).
Prof. Landsberg joined the Brown faculty in 1998 following post-doctoral research at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL. Currently, Prof. Landsberg has served as a convener of the D0 Exotics (1997-2000) and New Phenomena (2002-2004) groups, as well as the Deputy Physics Coordinator of the D0 collaboration (2004-2005). His present research focus is physics analysis with the D0 data set and preparation to the first LHC run with the CMS detector. He is currently serving as a convener of the LHC Physics Center Trigger group. Prof. Landsberg has served on a number of Advisory boards and organizing committees for several international conferences and workshop. He is an author of a number of publication on collider phenomenology, including the pioneering work on mini
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Wriston and Sloan fellowships awarded (GSJ of May 4, 2001)
Black Holes at the LHC
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