Name : Julia Yarba
e-mail :
Institute : Fermilab
Country_of_residence : USA
Supervisor :
framework_beginners : yes
Expert_on_(fw) :
Expert_on_(find_data) :
Expert_on_(ana) :
Expert_on_(GRID) :
gene_beginners : yes
Expert_on_(gen) :
sim_advanced : yes
Expert_on_(sim) : pretty much all details of det.sim.
Expert_on_(online) :
Expert_on_(cal/ali) :
Other_reco_domains :
Expert_on_(vis) :
Available : <1 <br /> Can_travel : yes
How_early : 35 days
Languages : English
general_comments : I might be available to teach tutorials once a year, or maybe twice at most, at larger-scale events. In principal, I can probably cover all aspect of the CMS offline software or even running jobs in GRID, at the beginner-basics level, but in this poll I limit it to the Fwk/EvtGen/DetSim. I anticipate showing up at CERN from time to time, but it\'s more convenient for me to teach in the US, expecially in the events at FNAL (homesite). Besides English, I speak Russian (native) and some basics of French and Italian (though far from perfection).

-- CMSUserSupport - 21 Jan 2007

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