|Guillaume Alexandre Marc Lambard
Last Update 2018/01/25
My Ph.D. allowed me to investigate one of the greatest mysteries of the Universe, dark matter, and to constrain its potential characteristics through the framework of 4+n dimensions. Using the ANTARES neutrino telescope in France, I studied neutrino fluxes from possible sources of dark matter and developed a strategy for neutrino reconstruction, including the fine details of the ANTARES telescope.
At the IPMU, I continue to probe the deep nature of dark matter, either indirectly via the Sun and similar objects (Super-Kamiokande observatory), or directly by means of the XMASS experiment (Kamioka). I’m also very excited to help enhance the efficiency of hybrid photo-multipliers.
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