Two Texas A&M Researchers Receive CMS Achievement Awards
At the February CMS Collaboration meeting in Geneva, two Texas A&M researchers, graduate student Sven Dildick and postdoctoral fellow Luca Pernie, have received CMS Achievement Awards. The awards are conferred annually to the members of the CMS experiment for their outstanding contributions to the collaboration and the experiment. Sven Dildick has been recognized for his work on the design of a new trigger system for the Phase-2 upgrade of the CMS experiment. Luca Pernie’s award cites his leadership and critical contributions to the precision alignment of the CMS muon detector. Current and past members of the Texas A&M group at CMS have received these awards three times in the past: Jim Pivarski in 2009, Indara Suarez in 2013, and Evaldas Juska in 2016. In the picture (left to right): Sven Dildick, Alexei Safonov, Luca Pernie.
View here: CMS Achievement List