About

I'm Pablo de Castro, a young scientific researcher, born in Santander (Spain) and formally trained as a physicist at the University of Cantabria and the University of Padova. I'm interested in a wide range of scientific and technological topics, some of them you might infer from the contents of this site.

I have recently finished my PhD student at UNIPD, where I was working as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie ESR Fellow at the INFN - Sezione di Padova within the AMVANewPhysics ITN network. The focus of my research was the development of statistical learning techniques for Higgs boson measurements and related particle physics data analyses. I have also collaborated in several data analysis which exploit data collected by CMS experiment at the LHC.

I will write here about stuff that I find interesting or might be useful for other people (or myself in the future). Some articles might be technical, including some computer code or assuming certain physics or mathematics knowledge, feel free to comment for further explanations.