Elizabeth Worcester
Deputy Physics Coordinator
Brookhaven National Laboratory, United States

As the deputy physics coordinator for DUNE, I am always learning new things and have such a wide variety of day-to-day work. Sometimes I spend all day in the lab trying to make electronics work in liquid nitrogen, another day I will be writing analysis code, another day I will be talking to people explaining how our experiment works and why it is exciting. I feel extremely lucky to be part of an international collaboration that gives me a good reason to visit places that not everyone gets to see, like the experimental area a mile underground at Sanford Lab. Most recently and notoriously, I went to a Guns N’ Roses concert in Berlin the night before my DUNE talk at Neutrino 2018. I think almost everyone who has ever had a conversation with me knows this, but I have been a huge fan of Slash since I was 13 years old. I see him in concert as often as possible.