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CV de J.P. Lansberg

J.P. Lansberg is a first class CNRS associate researcher at IPN Orsay. After postdocs at Ecole Polytechnique (France), Heidelberg (Germany) and Stanford (USA), he has been hired by CNRS in 2010. He is an expert in perturbative QCD and in phenomenology of strong interactions, in particular in the production of heavy-quark bound states. He has recently supervised two post-docs and two master students on this subject. He has organized 4 international workshops for which he was also the editor of the proceedings. He is the PI for the French side of a Stanford-France project and a PICS project with Torino on AFTER. He is the PI for the French side for a FCCPL and a IN2P3-COPIN project on quarkonium physics. He has also been elected as a representative of the IPNO institute council and is the convener of the working group « Electron-ion colliders and future experimental project » of the French GDR PH-QCD and of the working group « Future upgrade-programs and experiments » of the EU HP3 Sapore Gravis network. Finally, he has contributed to the long-term prospectives of both IPNO and IN2P3-IRFU. During his postdoc in Stanford, he started to discuss with S.J. Brodsky (SLAC) and F. Fleuret (Ecole Polytechnique), the opportunity of proposing a fixed-target experiment on the LHC beams. He has delivered more than 30 oral communications on this project since 2010.

Age : 37 ans

Gender : male

Position : CNRS Senior Associate Researcher (Chargé de Recherche 1ère Classe)

Cursus :

2005 : PhD in Sciences, University of Liège (Highest Distinction)

2002 : Master (DEA) in Sciences, University of Liège (Highest Distinction)

2000 : « Licences » in Physical Sciences, University of Liège (Highest Distinction)

Positions held :

· since 2010 : Senior Associate CNRS Researcher (CR1), staff member at IPNO, Paris-Sud University

· 2009-2010 : Post-doctoral researcher (Centre of Theoretical Physics of Ecole polytechnique)

· 2008-2009 : BAEF post-doctoral researcher (Theory group of SLAC – Stanford U.)

· 2007-2008 : Post-doctoral researcher (Institute of Theoretical Physics of the Heidelberg University)

· 2005-2007 : Post-doctoral researcher (Centre of Theoretical Physics of Ecole polytechnique)

· 2000-2005 : IISN researcher at the Liège University (Fundamental Theoretical Physics Group)

Other professional experiences :

· Co-organiser of 9 international workshops in 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014 ;

· Editor of 4 proceedings, 2 published by the American Institute of Physics, 1 by Nuclear Physics B (Proc. Suppl.) and 1 by Few Body Systems ; Lead Guest Editor of a special issue in Adv. High. En. Phys.

· French principal investigator for a France-Stanford project, a FCPPL (France-China) project, a COPIN-IN2P3 project (France-Poland), a PEPS-PTI and PICS IPN-Torino ;

· Convener of the working group « Electron-ion colliders and future experimental project » of the GDR PH-QCD (2011-2015) and of the working group « Future upgrade-programs and experiments »  of the EU HP3 Sapore Gravis network.

· Post-doc supervisor of J. Albacete (2011-2013) and C. Lorcé (2011-2014)

· Teacher (M2) for the High Energy Physics Joint Master Program ETH Zürich - Ecole polytechnique Paris

Publications :

81 publications (2500+ citations) : 3 reviews, 27 articles in peer reviewed journals, 51 articles in peer reviewed conference proceedings


 

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