Andrés Delannoy

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Andrés G. Delannoy is a CERN-based research scientist with the University of Tennessee,
Knoxville. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical
Engineering at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. He then embarked on a PhD in
physics at Vanderbilt University where he carried out the first search for dark matter using the
Vector-Boson Fusion signature at the Large Hadron Collider. As part of the Compact Muon
Solenoid collaboration, he is very active in the Beam Radiation, Instrumentation, and
Luminosity (BRIL) group. His current roles include BRIL Detector Performance Group
coordinator and Pixel Luminosity Telescope (a silicon-pixel detector dedicated to luminosity
measurement at CMS) project coordinator.