I am an experimental particle physicist working at the ATLAS experiment of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Comprehensive background in data analysis, mathematical modelling and statistical analysis. R&D of silicon particle detectors and online event selection systems. Experience in science communication and promotion of education initiatives for social progress. I am currently working as a researcher at the LPNHE, a lab of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and lecturer at IPSA. See my curriculum vitae for more information.
I have been engaged in several forms of outreach and education over the past few years: public seminars, physics masterclasses for high school students, guided visits to CERN, mentorship programs for girls in STEM
A program to foster the development of the higher-level physics education and research carried out in Venezuela, through a fellowship program starting in 2019 for professors in the country.
The program brings physics to under-represented people around the world. The team has organized projects in many countries around the world. So far I have planned and led activities in Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Uruguay and Argentina.
CEVALE2VE promotes high energy physics in Latin-America through webinars, virtual courses and career & opportunities sessions. Partnerships with institutions in Venezuela, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador.