LPC Distinguished Researcher


Jordan Damgov


Texas Tech University

What I will be working on:

In 2017 I'm planning to continue my work on the searches for new physics, namely search for heavy resonance in semileptonic di-boson channels. In addition, I

My role in CMS past and present:

I have been working on various analyses with bosons (photon, W, Z) with interpretations as SM measurements, searches for extra dimensions, anomalous gauge coupling, Dark Matter and heavy resonances. I contributed to HCAL commissioning and calibration activities, early Run1 MET commissioning and JME validation and data certification. I'm also contributing to the R&D program for the Phase2 upgrade of the endcap calorimeter.