Estefany Nunez Ornelas Recognized With CMS Award
Congratulations to PhD student Martha (Estefany) Nunez Ornelas for receiving the “2020 CMS Award” from the Compact Muon Solenoid Detector Collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva!
The announcement from the CMS Collaboration says "CMS Awards aim to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the strength of CMS and who have given or are currently giving substantial and excellent contributions to the project and construction of the CMS sub-detectors.” Estefany’s CMS Award citation reads “Martha Estefany Nunez Ornelas - For her outstanding contribution to the CSC LS2 testing of the post-refurbishment electronics and of the new generation trigger mother board. Her contribution was crucial to avoid any delay in the CSC LS2 upgrade that was the main driver of the whole CMS LS2 schedule.
Estefany came to OSU Physics via the Physics Bridge Program to pursue her passion for High Energy Experimental Physics, and is part of Prof. Chris Hill’s research group. Estefany is a vital member of our Physics department, and a valued member of our Bridge Program.
Read more: https://cms.cern/news/cms-awards-2020