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• Starts Tuesday, May 28

The CMS experiment at CERN

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Tuesday, May 286:00PM

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May 28, 6:00PM - May 28, 7:30PM




  • Kathryn Coldham is a particle physicist who works for Princeton University and is based at CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) – the largest particle accelerator in the world. She is originally from Dagenham, East London, and now works on the LHC’s CMS detector, which is situated 100 metres below the village of Cessy in France. Kathryn is contributing to the development of an artificial intelligence algorithm for the detector’s trigger system, which is used to identify data that may contain signs of interesting physics. She has been a member of the CMS Collaboration for over five years and graduated with an MSci in Physics at Queen Mary University of London in 2018. 
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