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Physics Lectures by 
Dr. K. Benslama

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Biography of  Dr. Kamal Benslama

Dr. Benslama graduated from the University of Geneva and the University of Lausanne. He has a Masters in Physics from the University of Geneva and a Doctorate in Science from the High Energy Physics Department of EPFL. He worked for several years in the United States of America as a researcher at Cornell University and Columbia University in New York. From 2006 to 2012, he was professor and research director at the University of Regina in Canada. During this period, he taught physics at all university levels, supervised master's and doctoral theses, and was team leader in the ATLAS Collaboration at CERN. He was a member of the international board of the ATLAS collaboration (174 universities and laboratories from 38 countries around the world) and coordinator of the high energy physics program of the University of Regina at CERN. From 2006 to 2008, he was in charge of the new physics searches group within the ATLAS North American collaboration, made up of some thirty universities and laboratories across the United States and Canada. In 2010, Mr. Benslama was the University of Regina's nominee for the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Steacie Prize. In 2013, Mr. Benslama was among the recipients of the 2013 High Energy Physics and Particle Physics Prize, for an outstanding contribution to High Energy Physics. In 2020, Mr. Benslama was identified by the US Government (USCIS) as a person of extraordinary ability in research and education. He is the co-author of more than 400 publications in international journals. He has given hundred of conferences, seminars and workshops around the world. 


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