Biography

Ahmed Bassalat is an assistante professor ,in Physics department and as well an attached research to LAL, Orsay, he is an active member in ATLAS experiment. He leads many actions to get involved his university and all palestinin universities in High energy Physics via a close collaboration with many european institutions and universities, CERN, LAL, UPSUD, SESAME and ICTP. He initaitaed the Winter School in High Energy Physics in Palestine (WISHEPP).

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Education
Institution
Paris-saclay
Country
France
Degree
PhD
Faculty
Science
Department
Physics
Thesis
Construction of Insertable-B Layer and Search for Higgs to Invisible Analysis
Speciality
High energy physics
Sub speciality
Duration
2012 - 2015
Institution
Paris sud 11
Country
France
Degree
MSc
Faculty
Science
Department
Physics
Thesis
Validation of CAST3M on CFD
Speciality
Nuclear physics
Sub speciality
Nuclear reactors
Duration
2009 - 2010
Institution
Paris sud 11
Country
France
Degree
MSc
Faculty
Science
Department
Physics
Thesis
Pixel Sensor Development for ATLAS Detector in LHC Upgrade
Speciality
Nuclear Cosmology, Astroparticles
Sub speciality
Particle physics (High energy physics)
Duration
2010 - 2011
Institution
An Najah N. University
Country
Palestine
Degree
BSc
Faculty
Science
Department
Physics
Thesis
Gravitational waves detection
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
2003 - 2006
Institution
Hajja School, Hajja, Qalqilia
Country
Palestine
Degree
High School
Faculty
Department
Thesis
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
2002 - 2003
Employment History
Country
Palestine
Institution
AnNajah N. University
Position/Job Description
Lab technician
Period
Jan. 1, 2007 - May 1, 2007
Country
Palestine
Institution
AnNajah N. University
Position/Job Description
Teaching Assistante
Period
Sept. 1, 2007 - May 30, 2008
Country
France
Institution
CNRS
Position/Job Description
scientific researcher (PhD)
Period
Jan. 1, 2012 - Dec. 1, 2015
Country
Palestine
Institution
AnNajah N. University
Position/Job Description
Assistant Professor
Period
Jan. 11, 2016 - May 23, 2016
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