Eksperimentel subatomar fysik
Blegdamsvej 17, 2100 København Ø, Bygning Q, Bygning: Qb-6
Obtained the Ph.D. from University of Copenhagen with the dissertation “The ALICE Forward Multiplicity Detector — from design to installation”
Obtained the Cand. Scient. degree. Master thesis entitled ‘Fluctuations in Au+Aucollisions at vsNN = 200 GeV’.
Obtained B. Sc.. Bachelor thesis entitled ‘QGP i relativistiske sammenstød mellemtunge ioner med BRAHMS ved RHIC’ (‘QGP in relativistic collisions of heavy ions using BRAHMS at RHIC’)
Obtained B.A. in Philosophy.
Starting studies in Physics and Philosophy at the University of Copenhagen.
January 2012 - December 2015
Post-Doc. at the Niels Bohr Institute , University of Copenhagen, via a 4 year STENO research stipend from the Danish Council of Independent Research - Natural Sciences.
March 2010 – January 2012
Post.-Doc. at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagenin the Discovery Center (Grundforskningsfonden).
January 2008 – February 2010
Post.-Doc. at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, in the High Energy Heavy Ion group, via an internationalization grant (for work at Brookhaven National Laboratory and CERN) from the Villum Kann Rasmussen founda-tion.
December 2003 – January 2008
Ph.D. stipend under the Centre for CERN Research (ICE2).
August – December 2003
Research assistant at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, in the High Energy Heavy Ion group.
Leaves of Absence
August 2012-January 2013
Half-time parental leave.
February–March 2009 & August–November 2009
Stipends and Awards
Recieved 4 year STENO research grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research - Natural Sciences.
Received the ALICE Best Thesis Award 2008 for the Ph.D. thesis “The ALICE Forward Multiplicity Detector, from design to installation”.
Received 2 year Post-Doc. grant from the “Villum Kann Rasmussen” foundation.
Received the scholarship stipend ‘Lørups, født Helm, mindelegat’
Multiple stays at CERN for data taking, including first Pb–Pb collisions in November and December.
Stay at CERN in connection with first collisions.
Work on installation and commissioning on the FMD detector in ALICE at CERN.
August 2007–December 2008
Multiple stays at CERN to prepare the FMD for first collisions,and shifts during injection tests.
Multiple stays at to CERN to test, install, and commission the FMD.
Experiments at the Aarhus Storage Ring to test the FMD detector.
Multiple stays at CERN to test, install, and commission the FMD.
Stay at Brookhaven National Laboratory to take shifts at the BRAHMS experiment.
Multiple stays at the Aarhus Storage Ring to test the FMD detector.
Stay at Brookhaven National Laboratories in conjunction with deployment of calibration database, and work related to masters thesis.
Stay at Brookhaven National Laboratories in conjunction with finalisation of calibration database developments.
July – August 1999
Stay at Brookhaven National Laboratories in conjunction with the commissioning the BRAHMS detectors and development of the calibration database.
Conferences and Schools
Attended Quark Matter 2012 Conference in Washington D.C., USA.
Co-organizer of the workshop “Heavy Ions: Experiment confront Theory,” Discovery Center, Niels Bohr Institute.
Attended Quark Matter 2011 Conference in Annecy, France.
Talk “dNch /d¿|forward ” at the First pp Physics meeting, CERN, Geneva.
Talk “Flow in the FMD.” at the ALICE Flow meeting, CERN, Geneva.
Talk “The ALICE Forward Multiplicity Detector.” at the ALICE Physics Forumin conjunction with the ALICE Best Thesis Award 2008, CERN, Geneva.
Talk “The ALICE and FMD” at Nordic ALICE Meeting on ALICE physics.
Talk “Configuration of the FMD digitizer” at the ALICE meeting on Configuration of the TPC Front–End Electronics.
Attended Quark Matter 2006 Conference in Shanghai, China, with the poster “The ALICE Forward Multiplicity Detector.”
Attended CERN Summer School of High Energy Physics, in Kitzbühl, Austria.
Attended Quark Matter 2005 Conference in Budapest, Hungary, with the poster “The ALICE Forward Multiplicity Detector.”
Attended Quark Matter 2004 Conference in Oakland, California, USA, with the poster “Charged Particle Multiplicity Fluctuations in Au-Au collisions at vsNN = 200 GeV.”
Lecture week of European Graduate School: “Complex Systems of Hadrons and Nuclei” at NBI.
Lecture week of European Graduate School: “Complex Systems of Hadrons andNuclei” at Giessen University, Germany.
Lecture week of European Graduate School: “Complex Systems of Hadrons andNuclei” at NBI.
Lecture week of European Graduate School: “Complex Systems of Hadrons andNuclei” in Fuldatal, Germany. Gave talk on ‘Principal Component Analysis’.
June – September 2000
CERN summer student affiliated to ALICE and the ROOT development team.
Teaching and Outreach
Invited lecture on Physics at the LHC for at the Watermill Center, SouthHampton, New York. The Watermill Center is the workshop of performance, installation,and stage artist Robert Wilson.
Adviser for Master student Alexander Hansen.
Adviser for Ph.D. student Hans Hjersing Dalsgaard.
August 2000 –
Supplementary adviser for Master and Ph.D. Students in the High Energy Heavy Ion group.
Gave a lecture for high–school students from Frederiksberg gymnasium on Physics at the LHC.
Gave a lecture for high–school students from Bjerringbro Gymnasium on the Standard Model.
August 2006 – August 2008
Supplementary advisor for Master Students in the High Energy Heavy Ion group.
August – November 2005
Teacher in the course “Laboratory exercises for 1st year Physics.”
August – November 2004
Teaching assistant, teaching “Introductory Mathematics.”
September – December 2002
Assistant teacher in the course ‘Datalogi for Fysikere’ (‘ComputerScience fo Physicists’).
Gave lecture for the general public at ‘Kulturnat’ on heavy ion physics.
Gave internal course on C++ programming for the High Energy Particle physicsgroup at NBI.
September – December 2000
Assistant teacher in the course ‘Datalogi for Fysikere’ (‘ComputerScience for Physicists’).