Contacts: Physics West 325, email: eg@hep.ph.bham.ac.uk, skype egoudzovski

Research interests
Physics of elementary particles.
Flavour physics: searches for new physics beyond the Standard Model in rare processes.
Hidden sector physics: searches for light feebly-interacting new particles.

Academic positions
2014– Reader in particle physics, University of Birmingham, UK
2012–2017 Royal Society Research Fellow, University of Birmingham, UK
2011–2012 Marie Curie Research Fellow, University of Birmingham, UK
2011 Research fellow, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
2010 Project associate, CERN, Switzerland
2008–2010 Research fellow, University of Birmingham, UK
2006–2008  Research fellow, Scuola Normale Superiore and INFN, Pisa, Italy

Education
2006           Ph.D. in experimental particle physics. JINR, Dubna, Russia
2002 M.Sc. in applied physics and mathematics. MIPT, Moscow, Russia

Experiments
2006– NA62 collaboration (CERN, Switzerland)
2003– NA48/2 collaboration (CERN, Switzerland)
2001– NA48/1 collaboration (CERN, Switzerland)
1999–2005 Excharm collaboration (IHEP Protvino, Russia)

Main responsibilities
2019–         NA62-UK spokesperson and NA62-Birmingham group leader
2017– Rare decays working group convener, NA62 experiment at CERN
2014–2019 ERC starting grant team leader and NA62-Birmingham deputy group leader
2006–2017 Physics analysis coordinator, NA62-RK experiment at CERN

Most significant awards
2019 IPPP associateship
2018 CERN scientific associateship
2014 ERC Starting Grant (project 336581 "KaonLepton")
2012 Birmingham Fellowship
2012 Royal Society University University Research Fellowship
2011 European Commission Marie Curie Fellowship
2006, 2014   JINR (Dubna) First Prize