My ambition is to contribute to the development of the technologies required to study the properties of the fundamental constituents of matter and the forces that bind them together. I am convinced that these same technologies have the potential to create new opportunities at accelerator-based scientific infrastructures and to serve society by delivering a paradigm-shift in the bio-medical application of particle beams.
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