Work for CMS

(1/4) They're keeping an eye on the gantry. Cory Rude, on left, and Maxwell Herrmann are both working with Lenny Spiegel and the CMS OT Module Group. Working with this gantry, they are trying to develop a method for partially automating the assembly of 2S modules for the CMS outer tracker. If successful, it could be cost-efficient for CMS. people Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(1/4) They’re keeping an eye on the gantry. Cory Rude, on left, and Maxwell Herrmann are both working with Lenny Spiegel and the CMS OT Module Group. Working with this gantry, they are trying to develop a method for partially automating the assembly of 2S modules for the CMS outer tracker. If successful, it could be cost-efficient for CMS. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(2/4) Gary Teafoe (seated on left of photo) is measuring and verifying the rotation of two pieces of silicon sensor to each other for the CMS2 2S detector. Directly behind Gary is Mike Roman. To the right of Mike is Maxwell Herrmann, a visitor from University of Iowa working on CMS Seated is Sam Atac, a summer hire also working on CMS. people Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(2/4) Gary Teafoe (seated on left of photo) is measuring and verifying the rotation of two pieces of silicon sensor to each other for the CMS2 2S detector. Directly behind Gary is Mike Roman. To the right of Mike is Maxwell Herrmann, a visitor from University of Iowa working on CMS Seated is Sam Atac, a summer hire also working on CMS. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(3/4) Peter Camporeale is a University of Chicago visitor working at Fermilab for CMS. He is analyzing a power spectrum of an amplifier and collecting information about their gain breakdown frequency for later use in his project. people Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(3/4) Peter Camporeale is a University of Chicago visitor working at Fermilab for CMS. He is analyzing a power spectrum of an amplifier and collecting information about their gain breakdown frequency for later use in his project. Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(4/4) His overall project is to look at noise in irradiated silicon detectors by looking at their fourier transforms. The aim is to be able to subtract any coherent noise from the environment or other factors to find determine the true inherent noise. people Photo: Leticia Shaddix

(4/4) His overall project is to look at noise in irradiated silicon detectors by looking at their fourier transforms. The aim is to be able to subtract any coherent noise from the environment or other factors to find determine the true inherent noise. Photo: Leticia Shaddix