The Women who run the biggest machine ever built by Man
The complexity of LHC and the women in charge of it

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Giulia has been a researcher at the INFN in Cagliari, her hometown, since 2007. She returned there after years of study and research in England, particularly at Oxford University where she did her Ph.D. During that time, she collaborated in CDF experimentation, based on the "Tevatron" accelerator of the "Fermi" laboratory in Chicago, and covered some important roles. In 2004 she was put in charge of the "multi-lepton" group to coordinate all the analysis of lepton signals in the field of new physics. In 2006, while still involved with CDF, she put her experience to the service of LHC, first for the ATLAS experiment, and now for LHCb.

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