Viatcheslav SHARYY

Service de Physique des Particules

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Position: ingénieur-chercheur (scientist)

CV

 

CURRENT and PAST POSITIONS :

12.2005 – Present :

Senior researcher (ingénieur-chercheur) in Particle Physics Division (SPP), Institute of Research into the Fundamental Laws of the Universe (IRFU), Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), Saclay, France

12.2020 – Present :

Associated member of the Multimodal Biomedical Imaging Laboratory, BioMaps, University Paris-Saclay, Orsay, France.

09.2004 – 12.2005 :

Postdoc in SPP, DAPNIA (IRFU), CEA, Saclay, France

01.2003 – 08.2004 :

Postdoc in Linear Accelerator Laboratory (LAL), Orsay, France

01.2002 – 12.2002 :

Junior physicist in Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia

07.1997 – 12.2001 :

Ph.D. Student in Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics and Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia

 

EDUCATION :

January 29, 2015 :

Habilitation thesis (HDR), “Top Quark Precision Measurements with the D0 Detector”, Paris-Sud University, France.

December 24, 2001 : 

 

Doctor in particle physics, (kandidat physico-matchematicheskih nauk), Novosibirsk State University, Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia.

Ph.D. Thesis: ”Cross-section measurement of the electron positron annihilation in four pions in the energy range 0.9 – 1.4 GeV with SND detector”. Published in J.Exp.Theor.Phys. 96 (2003) 789-800

Ph.D. supervisor: professor Sergey Serednyakov

June 1997 :

Master degree in particle physics, Novosibirsk State University. Master thesis: “Study of the decay phi → eta e+e with SND detector” (in Russian). Supervision: Mikhail Dubrovin.

June 1995 :

Bachelor degree in particle physics, Novosibirsk State University. Bachelor thesis: “Gas Control System for the SND Track Detector” (in Russian). Supervision: Mikhail Dubrovin.


SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS:
2012 – today: Member of the CaLIPSO team: development of innovative detectors for PET imaging.

The CaLIPSO project is a development of the innovative PET detectors for the brain and pre-clinical studies. This is an efficient, fast detector with high spatial resolution. It uses the heavy TMBi liquid as a detection media. This media provides two types of signal: the fast optical signal due to the Cherenkov light and a signal from the ionization used for the precise spatial localization.

The PECHE project is a development of the efficient and extremely fast TOF-PET detectors based on the “scintronic” crystal, producing both Cherenkov light and scintillation and integrated with the photodetection layer and photo-multiplication device.

2003 – 2016: study of the top quark with the D0 detector

Member of the D0 international collaboration. D0 experiment studies the pp collisions at the center-of-mass energy 1.96 GeV at the Tevatron collider, Fermilab USA. The main contributions to the experiment are: operation of the D0 calorimeter; noise studies and developing of the noise suppression system in the D0 calorimeter; developing of the on-line controls for the calorimeter; muon  identification; calibration of the reconstructed quark jets; developing of the system for the calibration and selection of the detector output data; coordination of the analysis data processing; studies of the top quark; coordination of the top quark activities in the D0 collaboration.

1999 - 2004: Study of the crystal source of the positrons.

Member of the international collaboration WA103 “Study of the crystal source of the positrons”, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. Main contributions are: developing of the detector prototype and detector construction for the position and momentum measurement of the electron-positron pairs; detector operation and data taking; data analysis

1995 – 2002: SND experiment

Member of the Spherical Neutral Detector team. Main contribution are: developing of the gas control system for the SND drift  chamber; drift chamber operation; measurement of the electron positron annihilation in four pions cross-section (Ph.D. thesis).

 
FELLOSHIPS, AWARDS

1998 – 1999 : ”Soros graduate student” fellowship: “In recognition and appreciation of outstanding achievements in the study of science at the graduate level”

1999 : Russian Government graduate student scholarship for “students that demonstrated an outstanding aptitude for study and scientific activity”.

RESPONSIBILITIES

2011 – 2016 : Convener of the physics group ”Top quark, Higgs group, Electroweak Physics” of the international D0 collaboration.

2009 – 2010 : Convener of the physics group ”V+Jets” of the international D0 collaboration: coordination of the development of the D0 wide common analysis framework and calibration of the experimental data.

2007 – 2009 : Convener of the physics group ”Common samples” of the international D0 collaboration: coordination of the calibration, production and selection of the experimental data, development of the experiment-wide system for the data analysis.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2006 – today : supervision and co-supervision of the several Ph.D students and post-docs.

2007 – 2019 : Lecturer in Summer School in Particle Physics “Trans Europeen School in HighEnergy Physics”: practical work in particle physics analysis

2017: Lecturer, “Introduction to the Medical Physics”, French-CERN-Ukrainian workshop on medical physics and imaging, April 20 - 21, 2017 | V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University | Kharkiv, Ukraine

1999 – 2002 : Lecturer,  ”Introduction to Elementary Particle Physics”, Novosibirsk State University

1998 – 2002 : Physics teacher in the Specialized Scientific Center of the Novosibirsk State University

 

COMMISSIONS OF TRUST :

2013 – 2020 : Referee for the the Physics Letter B journal

2020: Referee for the Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine

2016: Referee for the Nuclear Instrument and Methodes, Section A journal.

2013: Reviewer of the French Funding Agency, ANR

2006 – 2011 : Member of the internal editorial boards of the international D0 collaboration: “Searches for new phenomena in multilepton final states”, “Searches for Higgs in dilepton final states”

 
PUBLICATIONS:

More than 400 publications in peer-reviewed journals. Most of the V. Sharyy’s publication are in the field of the particle physics. In this domain the common practice is that all qualified members of collaboration sign most of the papers. The author list is in the alphabetical order. The full list of publications and citation metrics are available at https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7161-2616

Selected publications of Viatcheslav Sharyy are the following :

  1. M. Follin, R. Chyzh, C.-H. Sung, D. Breton, J. Maalmi, T. Chaminade, E. Delagnes, K. Schäfers, C. Weinheimer, D. Yvon, V. Sharyy, “High resolution MCP-PMT Readout Using Transmission Lines”, 2021, NIM A, vol. 1027, p. 166092, 2022-03, doi:10.1016/j.nima.2021.166092, ArXiv:2108.03406[physics.ins-det]

  2. D. Yvon , V. Sharyy, M. Follin, J-P Bard, D. Breton, J. Maalmi, C. Morel, E. Delagnes, “Design study of a scintronic crystal targeting tens of picoseconds time resolution for gamma ray imaging: the ClearMind detector.” 2020, JINST 15 P07029, arXiv:2006.14855 [physics.ins-det]

  3. Yvon, D. et al. "CaLIPSO: an novel detector concept for PET imaging”, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 1, 60, 2014. Pages: 1326 - 1335, DOI: 10.1109/TNS.2013.2291971

  4. Abazov, V. M. et al. Phys. Rev. D 88, 112002 (2013), “Measurement of the asymmetry in angular distributions of leptons produced in dilepton tt final states in pp collisions at ps=1.96 TeV”

  5. Abazov, V. et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 121802 (2011), “Precision measurement of the ratio B(t → Wb)/B(t → Wq) and Extraction of Vtb”

  6. Abazov, V. M. et al. Phys. Lett. B 704, 403–410 (2011), “Measurement of the tt production cross section using dilepton events in pp collisions”

  7. Abazov, V. M. et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 082004 (2011), “Precise measurement of the top quark mass in the dilepton channel at D0”

  8. Abazov, V. et al. Phys. Lett. B 679, 177–185 (2009), “Measurement of the tt production cross section and top quark mass extraction using dilepton events in pp collisions”

  9. Chehab, R. et al. Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A 240, 762–776 (2005), “Summary of experimental studies at CERN on a positron source using crystal effects”

 

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