Bogdan  A.  Dobrescu

 Scientist in the Theoretical Physics Department at Fermilab


  Email:  bdob@fnal.gov         Phone:  (630) 840-4163  

  Office:  310 Wilson Hall
      
  

PhD in Physics, Boston University, 1998

APS Fellow,    AAPT member

Scientist at Fermilab since 2002.    Previous position: Postdoc at Yale.

Publications ,   citations.                        

Research interests:   Beyond the Standard Model of particle physics.
LHC phenomenology. Higgs and other bosons. Dark matter. Vectorlike fermions, ...  
 

Conference talks:
  • "Beyond the standard model", plenary talk at the 2012 International Conference on High Energy Physics.
  • "Heavy color-octet bosons", invited talk at the Workshop on Strongly coupled physics (Trieste 2012).
  • "Bottom and top quarks", invited talk at the Conference on LHC First Data (Univ. of Michigan 2010).
  • "Uplifted supersymmetry", plenary talk at the Planck Conference (CERN 2010).
  • "LHC and WIMPs", plenary talk at the TeV Particle Astrophysics Conference (Beijing 2008).
  • "Physics Landscapes", summary talk at the TeV4LHC workshop (Brookhaven 2005).
     
  • Colloquium talks:
  •  "Hidden interactions of quarks", University of Illinois at Chicago, 2014.
  •  "Particles and interactions at the Large Hadron Collider", Indiana Univ. - Purdue Univ., 2011.
  •  "Mysteries of the TeV Scale", Northwestern Univ., 2010.
  •  "Universal extra dimensions", Univ. of Arizona, 2006.
  •  "Beyond the four known forces of nature", Univ. of California, Irvine 2005, and Oklahoma State Univ., 2006.
     
  • Lectures at Summer Schools:
  •  "Beyond the Standard Model" at the European School of High-Energy Physics, 2011.
  •  "Extra dimensions", at TASI 2008.
  •  "Beyond the Standard Model" at CTEQ 2007.
  • Activities at Fermilab:  LHC Physics Center
    New Phenomena Group  
    Physicists
    Colloquium  
    Joint Exp-Th Seminar  
    Theory Seminar


     

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  • D0: Higgs, New phenomena, top, B physics.
  • CDF: Higgs, exotics, top (new physics), electroweak, B physics.

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    CERN:   LPCC, Theory Division, LHCb.
    CMS: exotica, Beyond-two-generations, Higgs, supersymmetry.
    ATLAS: exotics, Higgs, supersymmetry

    LHC results
    -- Conferences: HCP2012 - Higgs session.
    ICHEP 2012, timetable of 36th International Conference on High Energy Physics
    Moriond 2012, SUSY 2011,Lepton Photon 2011, EPS2011

  • SLAC: Experiments,   Theory Group.    LBNL: Physics Division,   HEP Theory Group

  • Brookhaven, DESY, KEK, Los Alamos;

  • HEP organizations, DOE, Division of High Energy Physics;   NSF, Division of Physics;   Aspen;

  • Journals: Phys. Rev. D, Phys. Rev. Lett., Nuclear Physics B, Physics Letters, JHEP.
  • Info on physics in extra dimensions.
  • Books: Cheng & Li, Georgi, Quigg, Peskin & Schroeder

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        Basics facts about Particle Physics, thanks to Fermilab.

        The Particle Adventure by the Particle Data Group.
     


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