Dr. Loïc Quertenmont has years of experience leading projects that apply data science and mathematical modeling to solve complex problems. For about ten years, he used to analyze the gigantic 50Pb of data produced yearly by the CERN LHC in view of finding evidence of new physics.
For his doctoral thesis, he developed novel calibration technique for the silicon tracker of the CMS experiment. He also developed a software for the visualization in 2D and 3D of the collision made at CERN. He concluded his doctoral thesis by setting world stringent limit on the existence of a new type of particles. After graduating from the Université Catholique de Louvain, he pursued a physics researcher career at FSU, CERN, and UCL. Among other things, he worked as part of the CERN team that discovered the Higgs Boson in 2012, which ultimately led to the Nobel Prize in Physics. In 2016, Loïc Quertenmont decided to leave research in order to exploit his skills on more practical problems.
Today, He is working as a data scientist helping the industry to solve the complex data problem they are facing every day.
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