ALICE visit by members of the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Energy included Wright Lab graduate student Hannah Bossi

group of people in front of ALICE detector
July 17, 2019

This photograph, taken on July 17, 2019, is from a high-level visit from members of the Office of the United States Secretary of Energy to A Large Ion Collider Experiment (ALICE) at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, which is located in both France and Switzerland. The entourage is in the ALICE cavern with a few accompanying ALICE members, including Wright Lab Yale Relativistic Heavy Ion Group graduate student Hannah Bossi.

Featured in the photograph from left to right are: Leticia Cunqueiro (ORNL); Sarah Charley (CERN-US protocol office); Friederike Bock (ORNL); Constantin Loizides (ORNL); Thomas (T.L.) Cubbage (Deputy Undersecretary of Science at the DOE); Hannah Bossi (Yale graduate student); Jim Siegrist (Director of High Energy Physics at the DOE); Kristen Ellis (Chief of Staff for the Undersecretary of Science at the DOE); Chris Fall (Director of the DOE Office of Science); Frederico Antinori (Padova/CERN); and Mateusz Ploskon (LBL).