Per Jonsson joined the High Energy Phyiscs group at Imperial in 2001, after working as a post-doctoral researcher at Institut de Physique Nucleaire de Lyon (1998-2001). He did his PhD research and undergraduate studies at Lund University.
His research interests have expanded from electroweak precision measurements, supersymmetry and Higgs boson searches at lepton and hadron colliders (DELPHI/D0) to neutrino oscillations (OPERA/T2K). His current research includes SUSY Higgs searches at the D0 experiment, simulation and reconstruction of neutrino interactions in the near detector of the T2K experiment, and development of software for the future COMET experiment.
et al., 2021, Odderon Exchange from Elastic Scattering Differences between pp and pp[over ¯] Data at 1.96 TeV and from pp Forward Scattering Measurements., Phys Rev Lett, Vol:127
et al., 2021, Supernova Model Discrimination with Hyper-Kamiokande, Astrophysical Journal, Vol:916, ISSN:0004-637X
et al., 2021, Improved constraints on neutrino mixing from the T2K experiment with 3.13×1021 protons on target, Physical Review D, Vol:103, ISSN:2470-0010, Pages:1-59
et al., 2021, Measurements of (nu)over-bar(mu) and (nu)over-bar(mu) + nu(mu) charged-current cross-sections without detected pions or protons on water and hydrocarbon at a mean anti-neutrino energy of 0.86 GeV, Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Vol:2021, ISSN:2050-3911
et al., 2021, T2K measurements of muon neutrino and antineutrino disappearance using 3.13 x 10(21) protons on target, Physical Review D: Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, Vol:103, ISSN:1550-2368, Pages:1-9