A little art at SiDet

(1/3) Taylor Carnahan, the artist in these photos, comes from San Jacinto in Houston, Texas, and is currently working as a summer intern at SiDet for Maral Alyari on the high-granularity calorimeter upgrade for CMS at the HL-LHC for CERN. She says she has always loved solving problems and is chronically curious, so that’s why she thinks she’s here at Fermilab! Taylor also has an art degree and loves to draw. You can see her drawings on the kitchen windows at SiDet. Here, she draws the bubble chamber. people Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(1/3) Taylor Carnahan, the artist in these photos, comes from San Jacinto in Houston, Texas, and is currently working as a summer intern at SiDet for Maral Alyari on the high-granularity calorimeter upgrade for CMS at the HL-LHC for CERN. She says she has always loved solving problems and is chronically curious, so that’s why she thinks she’s here at Fermilab! Taylor also has an art degree and loves to draw. You can see her drawings on the kitchen windows at SiDet. Here, she draws the bubble chamber. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(2/3) After lunch, Luke Chaplinsky enjoys watching Taylor add to her drawings on the windows. Luke is also a summer intern working at SiDet with Javier Tiffenberg on SENSEI and is also helping to characterize the skipper CCD that is being used to place direct detection constraints on sub-GeV dark matter. After Fermilab he will start a Master of Science Instrumentation at Stony Brook University and plans to work on his Ph.D. in high-energy physics after that. people Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(2/3) After lunch, Luke Chaplinsky enjoys watching Taylor add to her drawings on the windows. Luke is also a summer intern working at SiDet with Javier Tiffenberg on SENSEI and is also helping to characterize the skipper CCD that is being used to place direct detection constraints on sub-GeV dark matter. After Fermilab he will start a Master of Science Instrumentation at Stony Brook University and plans to work on his Ph.D. in high-energy physics after that. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(3/3) Colorful letters adorn the SiDet windows. everyday objects Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(3/3) Colorful letters adorn the SiDet windows. Photo: Leticia Shaddix