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Vivian O'Dell

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Vivian O'Dell

I am a physicist working for the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory near Chicago, Illinois. I moved to CERN nearly two years ago to participate in setting up the computing needed to collect data from the CMS experiment and to study the data when we start collecting it. I grew up mostly in northwest Georgia, majored in math and physics at the University of Georgia, and received my Ph.D. in particle physics from Brown University. I've worked on experiments at SLAC in Menlo Park, California; at DESY in Hamburg, Germany; at Fermilab in Batavia, IL and at CERN. Moving around seems to come naturally to me: my father spent 25 years in the Army and we moved every year or two until he retired and we settled in Georgia.