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Farida Fassi

Farida Fassi is a Research Assistant Professor at Mohammed V University in Rabat. She started working in ATLAS experiment in 1996 doing her Ph.D in High Energy Physics at IFIC in Valencia, Spain. She worked in the online and offline test beam data analysis of the first prototypes of the Hadronic Tile Calorimeter modules. She made a significant contribution in the top quark physics analyses. In 2003, she began working in Grid Computing and Distributed Data Analysis. She had a CNRS research position working on the CMS experiment while based in Lyon, France. She was the coordinator and contact person of the French CMS Tier-1, and continued her search for new physics phenomena at the LHC. In 2011, she came back to ATLAS collaboration focusing on the search for new physics, in particular searches for resonances in the ttbar mass spectrum. In addition, Farida Fassi is the

coordinator of the European Distributed Analysis Support Team since 2012.