Olga Zormpa has graduated from the Physics Department of the University of Athens (2017) defending her bachelor thesis entitled: “Quantification of the clinical benefit of using new Breast Brachytherapy Plans”.
The period 2017-2019, Olga Zormpa attended the interdepartmental MSc program of the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.). Her master thesis was conducted at the DAMA Laboratory of the Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics – NCSR “Demokritos” (2018-2019) under the title “Construction of a cosmic stand, using scintillating tiles to study Micro Pattern Gaseous Detectors”.
She is currently, a PhD candidate of the National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A). She is part of NCSR Demokritos team in ATLAS experiment and works for the New Small Wheel electronics upgrade. Her work there, focuses on development, validation and integration of the TDAQ system for the sTGC detectors.
In parallel, she is a member of ESSνSB WP5 Group. As part of the NCSR Demokritos group in this project, she works in calculating detector performance using simulated data.
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