Curriculum Vitae NC_CV.pdf

Activities NC_Activities.pdf

Nicolo Cartiglia

Personal Information:

Nationality: Italian

Date of birth: April 12, 1964, Biella, Italy



1994: Ph.D. in Physics, UCSC, Santa Cruz, CA (USA), Advisor: Prof. A. Seiden

1989: M.S. (Laurea), University of Torino (Italy)

Current Position:

2015: Visiting research scientist, University of California, Santa Cruz

2007 - present: Senior Research Scientist, INFN, Torino (Italy)

Previous Positions:

2003 - 2004: Visiting Scientist, Stony Brook University, New York, NY (USA)

1999 - 2007: Research Scientist, INFN, Torino (Italy)

1997 - 1999: Assoc. Research Physicist, Columbia University, New York, NY (USA)

1994 - 1997: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Columbia University, New York, NY (USA)

Fellowships and Awards:

2017: Inventor Recognition Program, UCSC (USA)

2017:  Office of Research IATC Awards, UCSC (USA)

Institutional Responsibilities:

2018 - present: Principal Investigator, FARE Grant, Italian Ministry of Research

2017 – present: CMS responsible for the Timing layer UFSD sensors design

2015 - present: Principal Investigator, ERC Advanced Grant

2014 - present: Principal Investigator, UFSD project, Gruppo V INFN, Roma (Italy)

2013 - 2015: Coordinator Significant Bilateral Project Italy-USA

2013 -2015: LPCC, LHC Physics Centre at CERN, Coordinator for Forward Physics (60 people)

2011 - 2013: Project Organizer of the PPS detector, CMS at CERN, LHC (30 people)

2009 - 2010: Deputy Project Manager of the ECAL detector, CMS at CERN, LHC (300 people)

2006 - 2008: CMS-ECAL run coordinator, CMS at CERN, LHC (30 people)

2003 - 2005: Electronics Coordinator, KOPIO at BNL (30 people)

2002 - 2003: Trigger Coordinator, NA48 at CERN, SPS (10 people)

1995 - 1996: Physics Coordinator, ZEUS at DESY, HERA (30 people)

Commissions of Trust:

2013 - 2015: Representative of the researchers, INFN Torino (Italy)

2014 - present: Reviewer for Nuclear Instruments and Methods Journal

2004 - present: CMS: Member of the Conference Committee, PPS Project Office, ECAL institution board, ECAL Steering Committee, and HCAL Review panel

2003 - 2004 KOPIO: Member of the Coordination Group and Electronics Steering Committee

1995 - 1996 ZEUS: Member of the Physics Coordination Group

Member of Organizing Committee of International Conferences:

2017: Hiroshima Symposium on Semiconductors, International Advisory, Okinawa (Japan)

2017: TREDI 2017, Organizing committee, Trento (Italy)

2016: IEEE NSS/MIC/RTSD Chair and Topic convener, Strasburg (Belgium)

2014 - 2016: Workshop on Picosecond Photon Sensor (Poland, USA)

2016:  RD50 Workshop in Silicon Detectors, Torino (Italy)

2015: Low-x Physics Conference, Sandomierz (Poland)

2015: Picosecond Workshop, Prague (Czech Republic)

2014: International Conference on Radiation Effects on Semiconductor Materials, Detectors and Devices, Florence (Italy), 30 people

2014: 2nd Workshop on Detectors for Forward Physics al LHC, Elba (Italy), 40 people

2014: Workshop on Picosecond Photon Sensor, Clermont-Ferrand  (France), 30 people

Major Collaborations and related activities:

2013 - present: RD50, CERN, Silicon Detector Development

2004 - present: CMS Experiment at CERN, LHC: Calorimeter, Silicon Tracker and Electronics

2003 - 2004: KOPIO Experiment at BNL: Electronics

1999 - 2004: NA48 Experiment at CERN, SPS: Trigger system and Electronics

1995 - 1999: ATLAS Experiment at CERN, LHC: Calorimeter and Electronics

1990 - 1996: ZEUS Experiment at DESY, HERA: Silicon tracker and Electronics

Selected Invited Seminars:

2016  Tracking particle in space and time, Freiburg, Heidelberg (DE)

2015: UFSD and 4D tracking, Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, (USA)

2015: UFSD and 4D tracking, Advanced Detector Seminar, SLAC, (USA)

2014: Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors, Detector Seminar, CERN (Switzerland)

2014: Innovative Silicon Detectors, University of Geneva, Geneva (Switzerland)

2014: Picosecond Silicon Tracking, Università di Milano, Milano (Italy)

2013: pp total cross section at 2,7,8 and 57 TeV, Max Planck Institute, Munich (Germany)

2013: Total Proton-proton cross section, DESY, Hamburg (Germany)

2012: Proton-proton Total cross section at LHC, Brookhaven National Lab, NY (USA)

2008: CMS commissioning and first results, Brookhaven National Lab., NY (USA)

2004: Search for direct CP violation with the NA48 detector, Stony Brook, NY (USA)

Selected Conference Presentations:

2017: 4D tracking, Invited talk, HSTD11, Okinawa, (Ja)

2016: 4D Tracking, Invited talk, Pixel2016, Sestri Levante (IT)

2016: Tracking in 4 dimensions, VCI2016, Vienna Conference, Vienna (AU)

2015: Topics in LGAD – UFSD design, TREDI workshop, FBK, Trento (IT)

2014: Timing with Silicon Detectors, IEEE 2014, Seattle

The design of Ultra-fast Silicon Detectors, RESMDD 2014, Florence

Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors, Picosecond Workshop, Clearmont-Ferrand (France)

2013: Performance of Ultra-Fast Silicon Detectors, IPRD13, Siena (Italy)

2012: Proton-proton cross section at 2, 7, 8 and 57 TeV, PIC2012, Strbske Pleso(Slovakia)

2011: A new method to measure the pp cross section at LHC, Lowx2011,  Galicia (Spain)

2008: Status of the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter, TWEPP08, Naxos, (Greece)

2006: The Silicon Leading Proton Spectrometer of ZEUS, STD6, Carmel, CA (USA)

2001: The experimental status of  epsilon-prime/epsilon SLAC Summer School, CA (USA)

Recent Grants and Patents

2018 FARE grant, MIUR

2017 Patent pending “A patterned electrode for silicon sensors”

2016 Patent pending “Protection ring for silicon sensors”

2015 Patent “Segmented AC-coupled readout in semiconductor sensors”

2015 Advanced ERC, Horizon2020, “UltraFast Silicon Detector: Enabling Discoveries”

2015 AIDA2, call within Horizon2020, “Sensor development for timing applications”

2014 Patent  “Beam Monitor for Low Energy Hadrons in Medical applications”

2014 - 2017 INFN grant for the development of UltraFast Silicon Detector

2014 - 2015 Ministero degli Esteri grant for Project of Great Scientific Relevance Italy – USA

Teaching Activities:

2015: Manuale di Esercizi in Fisica delle Particelle, Editor: Levrotto & Bella, Torino (Italy)

2014: Scuola di Rivelatori di Villa Gualino, INFN Torino (Italy)

1998 - 2005: Elementary Particle Physics, (shared) University of Torino (Italy)

1993: Analog Electronics, Teaching Assistant, University of California Santa Cruz, CA (USA)

1988: Mathematics, High School professor, Torino (Italy)


2013 - present: CERN Tour Guide

2015: Scuola di Fisica, Torino (pdf)

2006 - 2015: European Masterclass for high school students, University of Torino, Torino (Italy)

2008 - 2013: High Energy Physics, outreach programs in middle and high schools, Milano (Italy)

Bibliography (Web Of Knowledge):

802 publications, h-index: 74