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Pasquale Arpaia earned his master's and Ph.D. degrees in
electrical engineering at University Federico II, Naples, Italy,
where he is Full Professor of Instrumentation and Measurements.
He is Director of the Interdepartmental Center for
Research on Management and Innovation of Health (CIRMIS)
and Head of the Instrumentation and Measurement
for Particle Accelerators Laboratory (IMPALab) and the
Augmented Reality for Health Monitoring Laboratory (ARHeMlab).
His main research interests include instrumentation
and measurement for magnets, advanced materials, beam, superconductors,
power converters, and cryogenics of particle
accelerators, biomedical instrumentation, Augmented Reality,
Brain Computer Interfaces, evolutionary diagnostics, distributed
measurement systems, ADC modelling, and testing.
Gabriella Azzopardi is the primary developer of collimation
controls at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, working to further
automate and upgrade the system in preparation for LHC
startup. She graduated in computer science in 2016 and completed
her Ph.D. degree at the University of Malta, Msida,
Malta in 2019. During her Ph.D. work, she automated the
alignment of more than 100 collimators in the Large Hadron
Collider by introducing machine learning in LHC operation,
speeding up collimator alignments by 70%.
Frédéric Blanc is with the Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne,
Switzerland where his research is focused on the
study of heavy flavor phenomena and the indirect search for
new physics through precision measurements. Expertise in
multivariate analysis techniques and work on detector developments
brought him to collaborate on accelerator beam
losses and instabilities studies. He obtained a Ph.D. degree in
experimental particle physics in 1998 from the University of
Fribourg, Switzerland.
Xavier Buffat joined CERN's Operations Group in 2009, then
moved to the Accelerator and Beam Physics Group in 2011
and became a staff member of the Organization in 2016. His
research is focused on the collective forces in charged particle
beams and their impact on the quality of the beams in the
CERN accelerator complex. He studied physics at the Ecole
Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland where he
obtained a Ph.D. degree in 2015.
Loic Coyle has affiliations with the Beams Department at
CERN in Geneva, Switzerland and the Ecole Polytechnique
Federale Lausanne, Switzerland, currently doing Ph.D. work
developing novel, machine learning based, methods to analyze
and model beam losses and instabilities in the Large
Hadron Collider. He graduated in nuclear engineering in 2018
from Grenoble INP-Phelma in Grenoble, France.
Elena Fol is a Senior Fellow at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland,
working on the muon collider project, extending her
expertise to modelling and optimization of particle accelerators
by applying machine learning algorithms. She graduated
December 2021
in computer science in 2018 and earned her Ph.D. degree in
physics from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt,
Germany in 2021. During her Ph.D. research, she worked
at CERN on the development of novel methods based on machine
learning for beam optics measurements and corrections.
Francesco Giordano has been working at CERN in Geneva,
Switzerland in the Beam department during his Ph.D. research.
His areas of expertise are machine learning and
beam-induced heating. He graduated in electronics engineering
in 2017 and received a Ph.D. degree in information
technology and electrical engineering in 2021 from the University
Federico II, Naples, Italy.
Massimo Giovannozzi (Massimo.Giovannozzi@cern.ch) is
Principal Accelerator Physicist in the Accelerator and Beam
Physics Group of the CERN Beams department in Geneva,
Switzerland. His main research activities are nonlinear beam
manipulations, dynamic aperture, and diffusive models of
nonlinear beam dynamics. He received a Ph.D. degree in nonlinear
beam dynamics from the University of Bologna, Italy in
1993, joined the Accelerator Physics Group of the CERN PS division,
and in 1997, he became staff.
Tatiana Pieloni joined the Laboratory of Particle Accelerator
Physics at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne, Switzerland
(EPFL) in 2016 as a lecturer and researcher, where she
teaches and conducts research in collective effects in beam dynamics.
She obtained her Ph.D. degree in physics from EPFL,
and after a fellowship at the Paul Scherrer Institute on RF design,
she accepted a staff position at CERN from 2010 till 2016
to work on the beam-beam and collective effects of the Large
Hadron Collider.
Roberto Prevete is a Researcher in Computer Science at the
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
of University Federico II, Naples, Italy where he
received a Ph.D. degree in applied mathematics and computer
science in 1999. His main research interests include machine
learning and statistical methods applied to data analysis, computational
neuroscience and computational modelling of
biological information processing. He was responsible for the
research in several national and international projects.
Stefano Redaelli joined the Accelerator Physics Group at
CERN in Geneva, Switzerland in 2004, working on beam
collimation aspects for the Large Hadron Collider. He then
moved to the Operations Group in 2006 as an Engineer in
Charge of the LHC. In 2012, he joined the Accelerator Physics
group again, leading the beam collimation studies for
LHC and its HL-LHC upgrade. He acted as LHC machine
coordinator during the Run 2 (2015-18), participating in the
performance of the accelerator at 6.5TeV. He graduated in
physics at the University of Milan, Italy and received his
Ph.D. degree in accelerator physics at the University of Lausanne,
Switzerland.
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