Sanchari is a post-doc at the Bose Institute, Kolkata, India. She is mostly active in physics data analysis. In particular, during her PhD at the Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre (VECC, Homi Bhabha National Institute), she investigated two-particle correlations in PbPb collisions. She has studied the nearside jet-like yield with pion and proton-triggered correlation in the intermediate pT range to see the effect of the quark coalescence and radial flow in the particle ratio in heavy ion physics.  In Run 2 she was already involved in operations at Point 2 by taking PMD on-call and DQM shifts. This year she has taken central shifts for all the roles (QC, DCS, ECS, and Shift Leader) over the past three months, and she is now fully trained and qualified to start her first Run Manager mandate.

During her mandate, Sanchari will supervise the production of proton-proton physics at 500 kHz, focusing on efficient data taking and the best possible data quality. The second week will be partly devoted to the second LHC machine development period when we will have the opportunity to focus on software deployment and dedicated system tests.


For more information, refer to Run Coordination.