4th Panhellenic Conference on Electronics and Telecommunications
Xanthi, 17-18 November 2017
Evangelos N. Gazis
Professor of Experimental Particle Physics National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)
Evangelos N. Gazis received Physics BSc degree at Physics Department of University of Athens in 1973. In 1980 he received his PhD at Physics Department of University of
Athens. He is Professor of Experimental Particle Physics in National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). From 2005 to 2012 he was Greek Delegate at CERN Council. He is also Team Leader of the HEP-NTUA Research group, Director of the High Energy Physics & Instrumentation Technology NTUA
Laboratory, Greek Industry Liaison Officer - ILO Head Office at CERN, Greek National Contact Physicist ATLAS Collaboration, Greek National Contact Physicist CAST, CLIC, HL-LHC Collaborations,
Greek National Contact Physicist - NCP for Education at CERN, Deputy Director of the University Institute of Accelerating Systems & Applications –IASA. His research experience focuses on particle physics
and accelerator technology. In 2014 he received the title of Officer in the Ordre des Palmes Académiques. He is author of 1100 publications in international journals with about 95000 citations.
The Particle Physics research status after the Higgs boson discovery. CERN a
strategic partner in the data revolution.
The discovery of Bozon Higgs at CERN in 2012 has been the culmination of
particle physics research for decades. The research in sequence is expected more
difficult and challenging for investigation to many unanswered and unresolved
problems along with the development of future acceleration systems that will
continue to provide higher energy beams for the experiments. In parallel, CERN
has become an important strategic partner in the data revolution for covering
the demands of modern experiments with enormous applications in education,
industry, medicine, etc.