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Matthew LeBlanc

For important contributions to the measurements of QCD dynamics using jets and jet substructure, as well as for long standing contributions and leadership in jet reconstruction and calibration.

Matt LeBlanc is a research fellow at CERN and member of the ATLAS Collaboration. He earned his PhD at the University of Victoria, and was previously a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Arizona. His research activities include precision jet and jet substructure measurements and searches for new particles, as well as technical contributions to jet substructure reconstruction and in situ jet calibration in ATLAS.