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Post doctoral fellow

Patrick Asenov has received his MSc degree in Electronics and Automatic Control from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NTUA, in 2016, and his PhD degree from the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences, NTUA, in 2020.

His research interests include electrical and climate test characterizations of semiconductor detectors, simulations of particle-matter interactions for silicon pixel and strip sensors traversed by charged particles, development of tracking algorithms for future high-rate particle telescopes, radiation damage modeling for Low-Gain Avalanche Diodes with various types of particles, electronic and DAQ tests on detector modules and analysis of data from beam tests at CERN and other irradiation facilities.


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