Alexander Jury

Name  Alexander Jury
 PhD Student
 Address    Cockcroft Institute 
 Sci -Tech Daresbury
 University of Liverpool
 Warrington WA4 4AD, UK




Alexander graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Physics from the Open University in 2022. He completed a Year in Industry at Diamond Light Source, 2020-2022, where he worked on the Development of Synchrotron Radiation sources for Diamond-II. This was then extended to perform characterisation of the proposed design for the infrared radiation sources.

Alexander joined the QUASAR Group in October 2022 as a PhD student in LIV.INNO. His research involves the development of machine learning-based approaches to analyse the data from the Longitudinal Density Monitor, a key diagnostic tool in the LHC. This is for the development of a novel tool for precise real-time luminosity measurements, including techniques to correct for bias associated with different monitor types, beam distributions, beam-beam effects and assessment of pileup, in order to development mitigation strategies for the impact of these effects.



Longitudinal Density Monitor for the Large Hadron Collider