erik rambergErik Ramberg

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, USA

Dr. Ramberg has worked on many experiments at Fermilab over the last 25 years. Much of his work was involved with the intricacies of matter and antimatter interactions in kaon decays. Dr. Ramberg has always been fascinated with the tools that particle physicists use. In 2005 he founded the Fermilab Test Beam Facility and is currently the Associate Particle Physics Division Head of Detector R&D at Fermilab.

email: ramberg@fnal.gov


mandyrominskyMandy Rominsky

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, USA

Dr. Rominsky started her career at Fermilab working on the tracking detector for the Muon g-2 experiment and supersymmetry analysis for the DZero experiment. She was a student at the first EDIT symposium at CERN and a teaching assistant at the second EDIT symposium at Fermilab. She is currently managing the Fermilab Test Beam Facility.

email: rominsky@fnal.gov


Hugh Lippincott

Fermi National Accelerator Lab, USA

Hugh received his PhD at Yale University studying the scintillation properties of liquid argon and liquid neon in the hopes of finding dark matter. He currently works on the COUPP bubble chamber experiment, still hoping to find dark matter.

email: hugh@fnal.gov
Website: http://physicsformom.blogspot.com

DaveChristianDave Christian

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, USA

David Christian attended Yale College and the Johns Hopkins University. He came to Fermilab as a postdoc in 1982 and has worked at Fermilab ever since. He has participated in experiments at Fermilab and Brookhaven, and has contributed to the design and construction of a wide variety of detectors and associated electronics, ranging from a multicell Čerenkov counter to wire chambers to silicon detectors.

email: dcc@fnal.gov


ewaskupEwa Skup

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, USA

Ewa Skup has been an Engineering Physicist at Fermilab for the last 16 years. Before that she spent 5 years as a member of a University of Rochester group designing, building, commissioning, and installing the CMS hadron calorimeter. She has worked at the SiDet Facility helping to build the CMS silicon tracking detector, and over the last three years she has been involved in the Liquid-Argon TPC project conducting tests of the influence of various materials on the purity of liquid argon. She is currently on the staff of the Fermilab Test Beam Facility as the Instrumentation Specialist.

email: eskup@fnal.gov


FAria Soha

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, USA

Aria Soha graduated from Carnegie-Mellon University in 2002 and came to Fermilab as an Accelerator Operator. She worked in the Main Control Room for 7 years creating and tuning the particle beams. In 2009 she transferred to the experiment side of particle physics, managing experimental facilities such as the Test Beam Facility, Minos Underground, and Muon g-2.  She is currently the head of Technician Resources in Fermilab’s Neutrino Division.  She also runs the VetTech Internship program, and is President of the Fermilab chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.

email: aria@fnal.gov