Sabine Crépé-Renaudin is a French researcher at CNRS. She is involved in Grid Computing (the grid is like a world wide distributed computing centre used to reconstruct and analyse LHC experiment data). Her main activity in analysis is the search for new phenomena beyond the Standard Model in top-antitop quark final states. She also devotes part of her time to outreach activities.
Having explored the latest results on what we call 'heavy flavour' or physics of particles containing a b-quark (see The Penguin Domination by Jessica Levêque), we embarked on a much lighter subject: neutrinos.