DI Dr.

Robert Schöfbeck

, Priv. Doz.

Gruppenleiter CMS Analyse

CMS Analyse

Kontakt

Telefon: +43 680 14 25 133

Standort: Apostelgasse

Raum: 400

Kurzbiografie

  • 2020-now CMS subgroup convener for top mass and properties measurements
  • 2020-now HEPHY group leader of the CMS Data Analysis group
  • since 2018 Guest Professor at Karl Franzens University, Graz
  • 2017-now ECFA representative of Austria
  • 2017-now Staff at HEPHY
  • 2016-2017 Scientific Associate at CERN
  • 2015-2016 Visiting Scientist at Ghent University
  • 2015-2017 Convener of the CMS JetMET group (L2)
  • 2014-2015 Subgroup convener (CMS) responsible for the reconstruction of missing energy (MET group)
  • 2012-2014 Subgroup convener (CMS) responsible for data certification and software validation for Jets and missing energy (JME DQM and Validation)
  • 2012-2013 Member of the CMS Career Committee
  • 2011-2015 Leader of the HEPHY SUSY Group working on searches for supersymmetry with the CMS experiment
  • 2011 Leader of the CMS MET scanning team
  • since 2009 Junior research position at the HEPHY
  • 2008 Participation in the installation of the CMS tracker at the CMS experiment at the LHC
  • 2008 PhD "Precise predictions for the masses of supersymmetric fermions including two-loop corrections"
  • 2005 Master thesis with A. Rebhan (VTU) and P. van Nieuwenhuizen (Stony Brook) "The quantum Bogomol'nyi bound in supersymmetrich Yang-Mills theories"
  • 2003 Data analysis on multi-neutrino final states in the NA48 experiment, CERN

Drittmittel

2020, FWF Standalone Projekt ( 1 PostDoc )  P33771 "The tWZ process and the couplings of the top quark"

2018, FWF Standalone Projekt ( 1 Ph.D. ) P31578-N36 "New LHC physics in the top quark electro-weak interactions"

2015, FWO/FWF bilateral project ( 1 Ph.D. ) I2479-N36 "Search for natural supersymmetry with 13 TeV proton-proton collisions at the LHC with the CMS detector"

2014, FWF Standalone Projekt ( 1 Ph.D. + 1 Master Student ) P26771-N20 "Testing natural supersymmetry at the high energy proton-proton run at the LHC"

    Wissenschaftliche Funktionen

    Betreuung von Studenten:
    • PhD
      • Lukas Lechner (2018-now)
      • Daniel Spitzbart (2016-2019, now Postdoc at Boston University)
      • Wolfgang Kiesenhofer (2010-2013)
      • Ece Asilar (2014-2017, now Postdic at University of Lyon)
      • Christine Rohringer (2012-2013)
    • Master
      • Rosmarie Schöfbeck (since 2020)
      • Max Moser (since 2020)
      • Markus Doppler (2019-2020)
      • Georg Mörtl (2019)
      • Tim Brueckler (2019-2020) -> Oxford (PhD)
      • Tommy Tschida (2019-2020)
      • David Handl (2015 -> LMU Munich PhD)
      • Daniel Spitzbart (2015)
      • Stefan Dunkler (2013)
      • Janos Kancsar (2012-2013)
      • Marc Duenser (2010-2011-> ETH (PhD)-> CERN, now Fellow)
      • Gregor Kasieczka (2009-2010) ->Heidelberg (PhD) -> ETH (PostDoc) -> Hamburg (Junior Prof.)
    • PA/Bacc.
      • Lukas Goldschmied
      • Gerhard Ungersbäck
      • Dominik Freisinger
      • Laurenz Ruzicka 
      • Anselm Demattio
      • Christian Adleff
      • Clemens Jochum
      • Andreas Angerer
      • Markus Wallerberger
      • David Handl
      • Markus Hickel
      • Hedda Gressl
      • Daniel Spitzbart
      • Phillip Schicho

    Vorlesungen

    • 2020 WS, 2020 WS "Experimental Particle Physics" Lecture at Karl Franzens University, Graz
    • 2019 SS, "Atom-, Kern- und Teilchenphysik" UE, TU Wien
    • 2018 WS, 2020 WS "Experimental Particle Physics" Lecture at Karl Franzens University, Graz
    • 2017 WS Physics at the LHC: Measurement of the Higgs Boson and Searches for Supersymmetry
    • 2010 WS Lecturer at the Technical University Vienna
      • “Statistical methods of data analysis”
      • “Graduates’ seminar on particles and interactions”

    Forschungsschwerpunkte

    • Use the LHC to test theories beyond the Standard Model at the highest achievable energies
    • Top effective theory and how to constrain it with data
    • Understand the origin of electroweak symmetry breaking by identifying and characterizing potential new signals in the far tails
    • End-to-end particle physics: Simulation, data-taking and data quality monitoring, event reconstruction, data analysis and analysis interpretation