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Tulika Bose

Professor of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Tulika Bose

Tulika Bose is a Professor of Physics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA, and has recently served a 2-year term as the Physics Co-coordinator for the CMS experiment at CERN. She previously served as the CMS Trigger Co-coordinator. She received her BA from Cambridge University, UK, where she worked as an undergraduate on the measurement of the W mass at the OPAL experiment at CERN. Her PhD research at Columbia University, USA, focused on a search for Bs oscillations at D0 and led to the first double-sided bound on the oscillation frequency in 2006. Her work has been recognized by a prestigious Alfred P. Sloan fellowship and a CMS Distinguished Researcher award. Tulika has a keen interest in outreach and has given many public lectures and interviews and also organized various events reaching out to high school students. Tulika is an ideal panel member due to her unique perspective and extensive expertise in the structure, the methodology and the output of large-scale, structured and efficient collaboration in research and how to communicate about it.

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