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Ricardo Eusebi

Faculty: Professor



MIST M323 (main office)


Ricardo Eusebi is a member of the experimental high energy research group currently working on extra Higgs boson's searches using the Matrix element technique and in searches for Supersymmtry at the CMS detector at CERN. More specifically his research focuses on the study of the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking in high energy collisions and decays.

Latest Publications

Mohammad Abdullah, Mykhailo Dalchenko, Teruki Kamon, Denis Rathjens, and Adrian Thompson. “A heavy neutral gauge boson near the Z boson mass pole via third generation fermions at the LHC.” Physics Letters B, 803, 135326, Apr 2020. (Publication by Postdoc).

E. Clement, M. De Mattia, S. Dutta, R. Eusebi, K. Hahn, Z. Hu, S. Jindariani, J. Konigsberg, T. Liu, J. Low, R. Patel, D. Rathjens, L. Ristori, L. Skinnari, M. Trovato, K.A. Ulmer, and S. Viret. “A high-performance track fitter for use in ultra-fast electronics.” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 935, 95--102, Aug 2019.

Mohammad Abdullah, Mykhailo Dalchenko, Bhaskar Dutta, Ricardo Eusebi, Peisi Huang, Teruki Kamon, Denis Rathjens, and Adrian Thompson. “Bottom-quark fusion processes at the LHC for probing Z models and B -meson decay anomalies.” Phys. Rev. D, 97(7), 075035, Apr 2018.

A.M. Sirunyan, et al. (CMS collaboration). “Search for anomalous couplings in boosted WW/WZ -> νqq production in proton--proton collisions at sqrt(s)= 8 TeV.” Physics Letters B, 772, 21--42, Sep 2017. I originated this effort a long time ago and put significant manpower at that stage. CMS took a long time to actually publish this, and even though I was not part of the last efforts on this paper, this is the conclusion of that original effort so I mark our contributions here as significant.

Alexx Perloff (CMS collaboration). SEARCH FOR A 125 GeV STANDARD MODEL HIGGS DECAYING VIA H -> WW ->νj j AT sqrt(s)=8 TeV. PhD dissertation, Texas A&M University, 2017.