Pascal Gay

Universite Blaise Pascal, France

Pascal Gay is full Professor at Blaise Pascal University and member of the High Energy laboratory (LPC) in Clermont-Ferrand (FR). His research interests concern the high-energy physics research with the Higgs boson, the R&D on electromagnetic calorimeters and now Astro-particle filed with the search for dark matter. He held various responsibilities in the collaborations established at CERN and Fermilab. He participated in the design work of a detector for the future electron collider (ILC). He was co-convenor of ’Simulations and reconstruction’ group of the International Workshop on Linear Collider, Member of the Institutional Board of Dzero-FNAL collaboration, Team leader of Dzero-FNAL group at LPC, Co-convener ’Overall detector performance’ group in ECFA-DESY, Member of the Technical Board of the CALICE Collaboration,Team leader of Future Linear Collider team at LPC, Member of Speaker’s bureau of the CERN-ALEPH, Co-convener of Higgs Task Force in the CERN-ALEPH collaboration and Deputy chairman of the ”French National Commitee for Universities”

Biography Updated on 28 September 2011

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