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EDUARD DE LA CRUZ BURELO

 

 

 

PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS
INVESTIGADOR CINVESTAV

ADDRESS:
CINVESTAV-IPN
Physics Department

Av. IPN 2508
Mexico City, 07300.

OFFICES:
Physics Department
Office 65 side B,
Lab. 10-B
Tel. (+52) 55 57473800 x6156

EMAILS:
eduard@fis.cinvestav.mx
e.delacruz.burelo@cinvestav.mx
eduard@fnal.gov
Eduard.Burelo@cern.ch

 

RESEARCH:

Dr. De La Cruz-Burelo is a lifetime member of the D0 experiment at Fermilab, where his primary interest was the study of B hadron physics. Currently he is member of the CMS experiment of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, where is main interest is the search for physics beyond the Standard Model of Particles. To continue is research on B Physics, in 2013 Dr. De La Cruz Burelo joined the Belle II experiment in Japan, in where he also has been involved on tau lepton physics.

Dr. De La Cruz Burelo received is Doctoral degree on physics from CINVESTAV on March of 2005, and since then to June of 2008 he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at The University of Michigan, working in the ATLAS experiment at CERN. On July of 2008 he joined the Physics Department of CINVESTAV as a faculty member.

Dr. De La Cruz Burelo was named in 2011 regular member of the Mexican Academy of Science and level II of the National System of Researchers (SNI II) in Mexico. In October 2014, Dr. De La Cruz Burelo received the "Juchiman the Plata" prize on Science and Technology. He has been Principal Investigator of several grants, currently President-elected of the Division of Particles and Fields of the Mexican Physical Society, and since 2016 General Coordinator of the Mexican Network on High Energy Physics.

In addition to physics, Dr. De La Cruz Burelo has interest on the study of the impact of science in the society. Since 2011 he is member of the Coordination Committee of the transdisciplinary Ph.D. program on Science, Technology and Society of Cinvestav, of what he was Academic Coordinator during 2015-2017. In this program he develops a variety of research topics such as flood hazards, economic impact of scientific infrastructure, and study of networks, to name a few.

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