Yasmine Amhis

is particle physicist at IJCLab in Orsay (CNRS France). She is a member of the LHCb Collaboration at CERN and of the Heavy FLavour Averaging Group. She obtained a PhD in the University Paris XI at Orsay in 2009. After that she joined the EPFL group in Lausanne as a Fellow of CHIPP. In 2012 she obtained a CNRS position at the LAL now IJCLab. In 2016 she received the Jacques Herbrand prize from the French Académie des sciences. When she is not working she is probably playing the cello.

-- FairouzMalek - 2020-11-24

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