Míriam Calvo Gómez

Míriam Calvo Gómez
Data Science for the Digital Society
Department of Engineering
Research Group

Míriam Calvo Gómez is member of the DS4DS research group and lecturer at La Salle. She is member of the LHCb collaboration since 2002, one of the outstanding High Energy Physics experiments at CERN.
Míriam Calvo got the degree in Physics at the University of Barcelona in 2001. Afterwards, she joined the experimental High Energy Physics group of the University of Barcelona (UB), where she got the Ph.D. in Physics in 2006. The research was supported by a FPU grant of the Spanish MICINN.
She obtained a postdoctoral Juan de la Cierva fellowship from the Spanish MICINN, years 2008-2010, in the Ramon Llull University (URL).
Afterwards, she got a contract in La Salle to continue the research developed previously, under the CICYT project "Estudio de la violación de CP con el Detector LHCb". Miriam has been convener of the Calorimeter Objects Tools and Radiative B decays working groups within the LHCb Collaboration. She has two six-years research periods recognised by AQU and lecturer and research accreditations by AQU.
Nowadays, she is the principal researcher of the project "Búsqueda de nueva física y retos tecnológicos (en la URL) en el experimento LHCb del
CERN" , funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.


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