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Anadi Canepa

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Anadi Canepa

I am a research scientist at the Canada's National Laboratory for Particle and Nuclear Physics in Vancouver (TRIUMF).

Born and raised close to Venice, Italy, I received a "laurea" in physics from the University of Padova in 2000. Within a couple of days of graduating, I was on a plane, flying to Chicago. An exciting time at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory was ahead of me. I joined the CDF Collaboration and contributed to the final rush to get the detector assembled and commissioned for the Tevatron’s proton-antiproton collisions scheduled for 2001. I felt both the passion and the commitment of a community at the frontier of research.

I wanted to continue to be part of it and started graduate school at Purdue University in 2001. In 2006 I obtained a Ph.D degree for a "Search for Chargino and Neutralino at the Tevatron Collider." Soon after, I joined the CDF group at the University of Pennsylvania to continue hunting for supersymmetry. During my two-year-long post-doctoral fellowship, CDF upgraded part of its trigger system. It was the best opportunity to work on the detector once more.

As a TRIUMF research scientist, a new journey started. I moved to Geneva, Switzerland and joined the ATLAS Collaboration at CERN. ATLAS will take snap shots of the proton collisions of the Large Hadron Collider. Great are the expectations, great is the challenge.

Outside the laboratory, I loved and enjoyed the open lands of the United States and the intriguing life of Chicago. Now, I am back to the European "savour vivre".