Dr. Tim Christiansen


CV of Dr. Tim Christiansen (excerpt)
particle physicist, teacher (maths and physics), staff at the Bayerische Staatskanzlei
Since 05/2018 Bayerische Staatskanzlei, Department "Medien und Digitales", section D1/Digitalization: "Grundsatzfragen, Strategie Koordinierung, Innovationsfonds", Munich, Germany
2016 - 2018 Bavarian Ministry for Education, "Digitale Bildung, Medienbildung, IT an Schulen", Munich, Germany
2013 - 2016 Klenze-Gymnasium München: Mathematics, Physics, Computer Sciences
and responsible for IT (Systembetreuer)
02/2013 Degree: Zweites Staatsexamen Lehramt an Gymnasien (Mathematik/Physik)
2011 - 2013 Referendariat Lehramt an Gymnasien, Albert-Einstein-Gymnasium Munich (Einsatzschulen: Klenze-Gymnasium Munich and Gymnasium Oberhaching
2006 - 2010 Research Staff at the European Organization for Particle Physics - CERN, Switzerland
CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN (LHC):
physics analysis, technical coordinator of the trigger system (2006-2008);
physics analysis, physics coordinator of the top-quark physics analysis group of CMS (2009-2010)
Organizing Committee of the XXth Hadron Collider Physics Symposium in Evian, France 2008
Reviewer of Physics Letters B, Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology
2004 - 2006 Research Fellow at the European Organization for Particle Physics - CERN, Switzerland
Planning, implementation and operation of the trigger and the Trigger and Timing Contorl (TTC) systems for the "CMS Magnet Test and Cosmic Challenge" (CMS detector commissioning)
2004 Research Postdoc at the Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU), Munich, Germany
Commissioning of the muon drift-tube system of the ATLAS Experiment, CERN
2000 - 2003 PhD-Thesis "Search for second-generation leptoquarks in proton-antiproton collisions" (LMU Munich)
at the D-Zero experiment, Fermilab near Chicago, US:
physics analysis and implementation/commisioning of the level-2 muon trigger system
10/1999 - 10/2000 Diploma in physics (LMU Munich, "with distinction") at the OPAL experiment, CERN
Measurement of the mass of the W-boson in electron-positron collisions at LEP;
operation of the time-of-flight detector of the OPAL experiment
1994 - 2000 Physics studies at the LMU Munich, Germany
1993 - 1994 Civil service (Zivildienst) at the "Schleswiger Werkstätten", Schleswig, Germany
1993 Abitur, Lornsenschule (Gymnasium), Schleswig, Germany
Portrait picture of Dr. Tim Christiansen
Former
experiments:

CERN

CMS Experiment
ATLAS Experiment
OPAL Experiment

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D-Zero Logo

Digital
transformation
in the State
of Bavaria:
BAYERN DIGITAL
Digitalbudget für
bayerische Schulen

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