University of Zurich
Iaroslava has finished Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in summer 2015. During her bachelor and master studies she was involved in a wide range of scientific research topics at low and high energies, i.e. cancer treatment using ionising radiation, obtaining of isomer ratios for products of photonuclear reactions, studies of energy resolution for the electromagnetic calorimeter (ILC), online event reconstruction for a high-rates experiments (CBM). Part of her studies was performed during different internship programs in GSI (Darmstadt, Germany; CBM experiment), Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France; ILC experiment) and twice at CERN (SHiP experiment). She started her PhD at the Physik Institut of the University of Zurich in November 2015. Her work focuses on two experiments, SHiP and LHCb. She is studying neutrino background and muon flux in the SHiP experiment. The focus of her work for the LHCb experiment consists of hardware (the study of prototype sensors and production testing of a 128-channel readout ASIC for the Upstream Tracker Upgrade in LHCb ) and analysis (testing of the lepton universality).