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					                     Eduardo Rodrigues - Curriculum Vitae

Name:                 Eduardo Rodrigues                Place of Birth:     Lisboa, Portugal
Address for                                            Date of Birth:      25/06/1972
Correspondence:       CERN, Bld. 15/R-013
                      CH-1211 Geneva 23,
                      Switzerland
Telephone:            +41 (0) 22 - 76 79821
E-mail address:       eduardo.rodrigues@cern.ch
Website               cern.ch/eduardo.rodrigues


FELLOWSHIPS GRANTS, AWARDS
08/2002 – 07/2004     Marie Curie Individual Fellowship awarded by the European Union to carry out
                      research at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
08/1998 – 07/2002     PhD Grant awarded by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT),
                      Portugal
1994 – 1996           Master Grant awarded by the Junta Nacional de Investigação Científica e
                      Tecnológica (JNICT), Portugal

CURRENT POSITION
09/2007 – present     Core Research Associate with the University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
                      Full-time, based at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), Geneva,
                      Switzerland. Leading the physics activities of the Glasgow LHCb group.
                      Co-convenor of the DsK physics sub-group for time-dependent CP measurements
                      (since June 2011).
                      LHCb vertex detector software co-ordinator (since Feb. 2010).
                      LHCb vertex detector data quality co-ordinator (Summer 2008 – Jan. 2010).

EDUCATION and PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT
09/2004 – 08/2007     Post-doctoral position (three years) with NIKHEF (Dutch National Institute for
                      Nuclear and High Energy Physics), Amsterdam, the Netherlands
                      Full-time, based at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
                      Leader of the Track Fitting Group (2005-2006). Development of tracking, physics
                      and reconstruction software for LHCb.
08/2002 – 07/2004     Marie Curie Fellow at CERN (Fellowship from the European Union), on the
                      LHCb Experiment, Work on the LHCb Trigger Project. Responsible for the physics
                      optimization of the first-level trigger.
10/1998 – 06/2002     PhD in Experimental High Energy Physics - University of Bristol, United Kingdom
                      Dissertation: Azimuthal Angle Asymmetries of Hadrons and Jets in Deep Inelastic
                      Scattering at HERA
                      Supervisor: Dr. Nicholas Brook
31/05 – 31/08/1998    Internship Stage Leonardo da Vinci from EURES (European Employment Services,
                      European Union) at the Information Technology Company SOFTIRES, Portugal
1994 – 1997           Master in Theoretical Physics - Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
                      Dissertation: Strangeness, Charm and Beauty in Hadronic Spectroscopy
                      Supervisor: Prof. Dr. João da Providência Santarém e Costa
1995 – 1996           Master in Physics (DEA, i. e. "Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies") - Université Libre
                      de Bruxelles, Belgium
1990 – 1994           Graduation in Physics - Université de Liège, Belgium
Until 1990            High School in Portugal and Belgium with a major in mathematics and science

SUMMARY of PUBLICATIONS, SEMINARS and TALKS
About 105 publications including peer-reviewed articles, conference proceedings and experiments notes:
1. In the ZEUS authors list for the period 10/1999 - 08/2003 (about 50 publications)
2. In the LHCb experiment authors list since mid 2002 (15 publications)
Of the published papers, 5 have over 100 citations and 18 have over 50 citations (source: SPIRES).
A total of 29 conference and workshop presentations, and seminars.
Around 165 talks, in particular at various LHCb meetings related to physics, tracking, trigger,
reconstruction and software. A full list can be found at cern.ch/eduardo.rodrigues/talks.html.

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
2006 – 2009            Co-convener of the Multi-jet final states and energy flows Working Group for the
                        nd
                       2 “HERA and the LHC” Workshop (joint CERN-DESY workshops)
06/1999 – 12/2000      Attachment at the German national laboratory of High Energy Physics (DESY),
                       Hamburg, Germany, during my PhD, collaborating in physics analyses

REFEREEING ROLES
02 – 04/2011          Reviewer of 2 CHEP 2010 International Conference proceedings
01 – 04/2011          LHCb publication Measurement of the X(3872) mass using 2010 data
03 – 04/2011          LHCb publication on Measurements of b-hadron masses using 2010 data
09/2011 – present     LHCb publication on Observation of the X(3872) and measurement of its inclusive
                      production cross section


EDITING ROLES
01/2009               C. Gwenlan, Lönnblad, E. Rodrigues, G. Zanderighi (Eds.), Working Group 2 on
                      Multi-jet Final States and Energy Flows, Proceedings of the HERA and the LHC –
                       nd
                      2 Workshop on the implications of HERA for LHC Physics, Hamburg – Geneva,
                      2006 – 2008

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
PhD examinations
10/02/2010             PhD Thesis at the Free University (VU), Amsterdam, by Edwin Bos
                       (Reconstruction of charged particles in the LHCb experiment)

Postgraduate teaching
18/01 – 01/02/2011 Graduate lectures on CP Violation, given to Scottish Universities PhD students
                    within the framework of SUPA (Scottish Universities Physics Alliance),
                    University of Glasgow
17 – 24/01/2011     SUPA graduate lectures on Introduction to Python, given to Scottish Universities
                    PhD students, University of Glasgow
11 – 29/01/2010     Graduate lectures on CP Violation, given to Scottish Universities PhD students,
                    University of Glasgow
11 – 22/01/2010     SUPA graduate lectures on Introduction to Python, given to Scottish Universities
                    PhD students, University of Glasgow
12 – 26/01/2009     SUPA graduate lectures on CP Violation, given to Scottish Universities PhD
                    students, University of Glasgow
12 – 23/01/2009     SUPA graduate lectures on Introduction to Python, given to Scottish Universities
                    PhD students, University of Glasgow
12 – 18/03/2008     Course Introduction to Python, PyRoot and GaudiPython, University of Glasgow
14 – 25/01/2008     SUPA graduate lectures on CP Violation, given to Scottish Universities PhD
                    students, University of Glasgow

Undergraduate teaching
1998 – 1999        Demonstrator in the Level 1 Physics Laboratory, Physics Department,
                   University of Bristol

PhD technical supervision
10/2011 – present   Daily and technical supervision of a Manchester PhD student
07/2011 – 08/2011   Supervisor of a student on CERN’s Non-Member-State Summer Students Program
08/2010             Supervisor of a Glasgow University Summer Student (project carried out at CERN)
09/2007 – 2010      Daily and technical supervision of several Glasgow PhD students (4 in total)
08/2006             Supervisor of a NIKHEF student on the CERN Summer Students Program
2006 – 06/2007      Daily and technical supervision of a NIKHEF Master student during attachment at
                    CERN
2005 – 08/2007      Daily and technical supervision of NIKHEF PhD students during attachment at
                    CERN (3 students in total)
Other teaching
1995 – 1997          Private lessons in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at High-School level
                     (a total of around 80 hours)

EXPERIENCE IN GRANT APPLICATIONS
03/2009              Researcher Co-investigator on the Glasgow University 5-year Rolling Grant
                     Proposal
01/2009              Prepared applications for PhD studentships in High Energy Physics for Glasgow
                     University Fellowship and SUPA (Scottish Universities Physics Alliance) Fellowship

PARTICIPATION in WORKSHOPS and CONFERENCES
06 – 11/12/2010      DISCRETE 2010 – Symposium on Prospects in the Physics of Discrete
                     Symmetries, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
                                       th
18 – 22/10/2010      CHEP 2010 – 18 International Conference on Computing in High Energy and
                     Nuclear Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei (Taiwan)
                                       a
01 – 03/09/2010      Física 2010 – 17 Conferência Nacional de Física, (Annual Meeting of the
                     Portuguese Physical Society), Vila Real (Portugal)
                        th
05 – 09/10/2009      11 ICATPP Conference on Astroparticle, Particle, Space Physics, Detectors and
                     Medical Physics Applications, Villa Olmo, Como (Italy)
                      rd
15 – 16/06/2009      3 LHC Detector Alignment Workshop, CERN, Geneva (Switzerland)
                                       th
21 – 27/03/2009      CHEP 2009 – 17 International Conference on Computing in High Energy and
                     Nuclear Physics, Prague (Czech Republic)
                                    th
09 – 13/09/2008      CKM 2008 – 5 International Workshop on the CKM Unitarity Triangle,
                     Rome (Italy)
                                            nd
26 – 30/05/2008      HERA and the LHC – 2 Workshop on the implications of HERA for LHC Physics,
                     CERN, Geneva (Switzerland)
                                            nd
12 – 16/03/2007      HERA and the LHC – 2 Workshop on the implications of HERA for LHC Physics,
                     DESY, Hamburg (Germany)
                                         th
25 – 29/09/2006      Beauty 2006 – 11 International Conference on B-Physics at Hadron Machines,
                     Keble College, University of Oxford, (United Kingdom)
21 – 24/03/2005      HERA and the LHC – a Workshop on the implications of HERA for LHC Physics,
                     DESY, Hamburg (Germany)
13 – 17/07/2004      Physics at LHC Conference, Vienna (Austria)
26 – 27/03/2004      HERA and the LHC – a Workshop on the implications of HERA for LHC Physics,
                     CERN, Geneva (Switzerland)
                        th
03 – 04/10/2002      13 Workshop of Marie Curie Fellows on Research and Training in Physics and
                     Technology, CERN, Geneva (Switzerland)
16 – 23/03/2002      XXVIIth Rencontres de Moriond, Les Arcs (France)
03 – 05/04/2001      Annual Conference of the Institute of Physics (IoP) High Energy Physics Group,
                     University of Southamptom (United Kingdom)
01 – 05/02/1999      Workshop on Monte Carlo Generators for HERA Physics, DESY, Hamburg

OUTREACH ACTIVITIES
                     Regular guided tours of the LHCb experiment cavern at CERN
                     Contribution to the press release on “First particles observed in Large Hadron
                     Collider” (link to the University of Glasgow press release:
                     http://www.gla.ac.uk/news/headline_89971_en.html)

MEDIA
30/11/2009           Article in the weekly newspaper Contacto, Luxembourg
19/11/2009           Interview with the newspaper Contacto (http://www.jornal-contacto.lu), Luxembourg

MEMBERSHIPS OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
01/2007 – present    Member of the Portuguese Physical Society (SPF)

PARTICIPATION in PHYSICS SCHOOLS
30/05 – 07/06/2000   CTEQ Summer School on QCD Analysis & Phenomenology,
                     Lake Geneva, Wisconsin (USA)
29/08 – 10/09/1999   Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) Summer School for Young High Energy
                     Physicists - Cosener’s House, Abingdon (United Kingdom)
06 – 15/10/1997      XVI Autumn School and Workshop on Fermion Masses, Mixing and CP Violation
                     (South European Schools on Elementary Particle Physics) - Instituto Superior
                     Técnico, Lisboa (Portugal)
08 – 19/09/1997      European Summer School on Microscopic Quantum Many-Body Theories and
                     their Applications - Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Valencia (Spain)

COMPUTING SKILLS
      Working experience with UNIX, LINUX and Windows environments
      Excellent knowledge of Python
      Very good knowledge of C++

LANGUAGE SKILLS
Portuguese:          mother language
                       nd
French:              2 mother language
English:             fluency
German:              basic notions

INTERESTS
                     Art, travelling, sailing, sports.
                     Founded with friends a volleyball club in Arlon, Belgium (1989-1996).

				
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