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Greg Landsberg

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Greg Landsberg

I am a professor of physics at Brown University on Rhode Island, involved in the CMS experiment at CERN and DZero experiment at Fermilab. My main research area of interest is searches for new physics, beyond what's predicted in the Standard Model of particle physics. I've co-led the New Phenomena group in DZero, served as a Deputy Physics Coordinator for DZero, and had a number of other management responsibilities in both the DZero and CMS experiments. I've also done some theoretical work in particle physics; most notably, in 2001, Savas Dimopoulos and I proposed the possibility of black hole production at the LHC. Since 2009 I've co-lead the Exotica group in CMS.