1st  Thematic CERN School of Computing 2013
3-7 June 2013, Split, Croatia

SIZUN Patrick

CEA Saclay, France

After a master degree in science and engineering and a PhD in Astrophysics, I have been working at CEA/IRFU in Saclay (France) as a software engineer for six years.
Working mostly under Linux, Mac OS X and VxWorks, I contribute to the software developped for the experiments (in Astrophysics, Particle or Nuclear Physics) IRFU is involved in,
from an event display for the ATLAS spectrometer (C++, Qt, Fortran), or software utilities for the calibration of CTA mirrors (Python, ROOT) to a data center infrastructure for the SVOM mission (Java, EJB, C++) or a monte-carlo model of the ECLAIRs telescope (Geant4).
I am currently working on a generic run control and data acquisition system for time projection chambers (C++, ICE).


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