Jorge Molina
ARAPUCA light system development
National University of Asunción, Paraguay

I think one of the main reasons I study physics is philosophy. I think that physics and science can give you an answer about how things work, how the universe evolved, how the Big Bang happened. But it won’t tell you the main reason of why we are here and if there’s a meaning. Those and other questions belong to the realm of philosophy. But I couldn’t see myself doing any other job than being a physicist. For DUNE, I work on the photosensors, electronics, and readout sections of the detector. We are at the edge of this technology, and it’s a big challenge, but a joy. I know we won’t find answers to all the questions of the universe, but the process of answering a little amount of one or two questions is okay.