Lesya Shchutska

EPFL SB IPHYS LPHE-LS
BSP 625 (Cubotron UNIL)
Rte de la Sorge
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lphe.epfl.ch/

EPFL SB SPH-GE
PH A2 402 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Professional course

Tenure Track Assistant Professor

High Energy Physics Laboratory LS LPHE-LS

EPFL

2019-present

Assistant Professor of Experimental Particle Physics

Institute for Particle Physics and Astrophysics

ETH Zürich

2018-2019

Senior research associate (Oberassistentin)

Institute for Particle Physics

ETH Zürich

2017

Scientific research associate (postdoc)

Department of Physics

University of Florida

2012-2017

PhD student-assistant

High Energy Physics Laboratory LPHE

EPFL

2008-2012


Education

PhD

High Energy Physics Laboratory LPHE

EPFL

2008-2012

MSc

Department of General and Applied Physics

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2006-2008

BSc

Department of General and Applied Physics

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2002-2006


Awards

Young Experimental Physicist Prize of the High Energy and Particle Physics Division of the EPS

“for outstanding contributions to experimental activities in particle physics, from the design and simulation of novel experiments, test-beam operations and analyses, to data analyses and their final theoretical interpretations"

2019

LPC Distinguished Researcher

fellowship of the LHC Physics center, Fermi National Laboratory, Batavia IL, USA

2016

CHIPP Prize for the best PhD student in experimental or theoretical particle physics

"for her broad contribution to optimise the design of a balloon borne cosmic ray detector"

2011

Publications

Infoscience publications

Other publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Physics

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Physics

Courses

General physics: electromagnetism

The course first develops the basic laws of electricity and magnetism and illustrates the use in understanding various electromagnetic phenomena.

Particle physics II

Presentation of the electroweak and strong interaction theories that constitute the Standard Model of particle physics. The course also discusses the new theories proposed to solve the problems of the Standard Model.