My main interests are concerned with work related to the CMS experiement at the Large Hardon Collider (LHC) at CERN. One of the main purposes of CMS detector is to look for new physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM) of particle physics. The Standard Model has allowed physicists to understand the fundamental laws of particle physics; however it does not satisfactorily answer to many questions (like matter anti-matter asymmetry, dark matter and extra-dimensions). Only experimental data collected by the detectors such as the CMS at the LHC, can allow us to search for evidence from BSM.
In this context, I am involved in analyzing data collected by CMS experiment since 2009. My principal interests are divided into two parts; the first part is dedicated to the physics analysis, the second part is the technical analysis.
- Selected Publications
-  CMS Collaboration, Search for heavy narrow dilepton resonances in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV and sqrt(s) = 8 TeV, Phys.Lett. B720 (2013) 63-82.
-  CMS Collaboration, Search for narrow resonances in dilepton mass spectra in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV, Phys.Lett. B714 (2012) 158-179.
-  L. Thomas and B. Clerbaux, High Et electron selection presentation and optimisation in case of high pile-up conditions, CMS AN-2012/258 (2012).
-  Sh. Elgammal and P. Miné, HEEP selection with impact parameter (dxy) and photon conversion rejection, CMS AN-2012/391 (2012).
-  Sh. Elgammal, L. Thomas, B. Clerbaux, P. Miné, Study of angular distributions of high mass dielectron pairs in the 2012 data and for different models of physics, CMS AN-NOTE 13-361 (2013).
-  Sh. Elgammal, B. Clerbaux, P. Marage and P. Mine, Validation of ECAL calibration at high energy using electrons in sqrt(s) = 7 TeV data, CMS AN-NOTE 11-085 (2011).
-  Sh. Elgammal and P. Mine, Validation of ECAL crystals calibration for high energy electrons in full 2012 data using MVA techniques, CMS AN-2014/068 (2014).