University of Hamburg University of Amsterdam Nikhef institute for subatomic physics
Particle Physics & Detector Development, Institute of Experimental Physics

Physics campus Bahrenfeld, Building 68, room 119
Luruper Chaussee 149
D-22761 Hamburg, Germany
jory.sonneveld@desy.de
Detector R&D, Nikhef Institute of Subatomic Physics

Amsterdam Science Park, Nikhef building
Science Park 105
1098 XG Amsterdam, the Netherlands
jory.sonneveld@nikhef.nl



Jory Sonneveld

I am currently at the University of Hamburg and will soon be at the University of Amsterdam to work in the Nikhef detector R&D group.


Research Interests

Silicon detectors, tracking systems, radiation damage, modeling of silicon sensors, particle physics at colliders.


Teaching

Universität Hamburg:
Fall 2016: Tutor for Kern- und Teilchenphysik

Spring 2016: Tutor for Elektromagnetismus und Optik


RWTH Aachen University:
Fall 2014: Tutor for Electrodynamics - Theoretische Fysik II

Spring 2013: Tutor for Quantum Mechanics - Theoretische Fysik III

Fall 2013: Tutor for Statistical Physics - Theoretische Fysik IV


Mentoring

Previously I worked with the people below on:
Thermal measurements and characterizations for the CMS phase-1 barrel pixel detector with evaporative CO2 cooling system, Max Rauch, RWTH Aachen, 2020, PhD Thesis
Development of the OMDS Population Modules, Judita Beinortaite, CERN, 2019, Summer Student Project
Adding resources to OMS, Al DePope, CERN, 2019, Summer Student Project
Study of the failure of the DC-DC converters of the CMS pixel detector, Thenia Prousalidi, NTU Athens, 2020, Master Thesis
Evolution of silicon sensor parameters of the CMS tracker due to continuous irradiation during operation - Julia Hunt, CERN/Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, 2018, Master Thesis
Precise jet measurements and search for supersymmetric particles with the CMS experiment - Marek Niedziela, Universität Hamburg, 2018, PhD Thesis
Identifying signatures of and designing searches for unexplored SUSY models with the CMS detector - Malte Mrowietz, Universität Hamburg, April 2018, Master Thesis
Search for Supersymmetric Particles from VFB-like processes with two Tau-Leptons with same sign charges at CMS - Daniele Marconi, Universität Hamburg, 2018, PhD Thesis
Multivariate Analysetechniken zur Supersymmetriesuche am LHC - Phuoc Thien Le, Universität Hamburg, September 2016, Bachelor Thesis
Implementation und Validierung von Ausschlussgrenzen auf Supersymmetrie in Fittino, Nanette Range, University of Bonn, July 2015, Bachelor Thesis
Neutrino Physics at the LHC - Laura Friedeheim, RWTH Aachen University, August 2013, Bachelor Thesis


Selected presentations

The CMS Pixel Detector: Ready for the future? , 7th KSETA Plenary Workshop 2020, Durbach, 2020-02-21
The CMS Pixel Detector for the High Luminosity LHC , TREDI2020, Vienna, 2020-02-17
CMS pixel sensors and modules: lessons learned and the road ahead , 12th Terascale Detector Workshop, Dresden, 2019-03-14
Radiation effects in the CMS phase 1 pixel detector, 14th "Trento" Workshop on Advanced Silicon Radiation Detectors, Trento, 2019-02-25
Silicon radiation damage at the LHC experiments, Radiation effects in the LHC experiments and impact on performance, CERN, 2019-02-11
SUSY Highlights -- Current results and future prospects, Rencontres du Vietnam, Qui Nhon, Vietnam, 2018-08-07
Commissioning and first results from the CMS phase-1 upgrade pixel detector , Vertex2017, Asturias, 2017-09-10
Limit setting and statistics The first MadAnalysis 5 workshop on LHC recasting, Korea, 2017-08-21


Publications

This can be viewed on inspire and arXiv.org.



Outreach