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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Jan Strube

Dr. Jan Strube
Dr. Jan Strube

Dr. Jan Strube is a particle physicist. His research interest is in the area of precision measurements at particle collider experiments. At PNNL, his focus is on developing tools and techniques to improve the measurement of Higgs boson properties at the International Linear Collider (ILC). This planned electron-positron collider could be built in Japan in the next decade. He is convener of the working groups on detector optimization and simulation/reconstruction for the Silicon Detector consortium. For the Linear Collider Collaboration, Dr. Strube is a member of the software/computing group and serves as detector R&D co-liaison.

Prior to joining PNNL in 2015, Dr. Strube was a postdoc at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. He split his time between ILC work on silicon pixel sensors, and the ATLAS experiment at CERN, where he was convener for a group measuring multi-parton interactions. In 2011, he took a position at CERN to study the physics performance of detectors for the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) until 2013. Just before coming to PNNL, Dr. Strube was project assistant professor at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan.

Dr. Strube started his undergraduate education at the University of Ulm, Germany, and received a PhD in 2008 from the University of Oregon for studies of rare decays of B mesons at the BaBar experiment at SLAC.

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