I started at CERN in November 1987 at the L3 experiment, that has now become ALICE.
During my first years, I collaborated on the assembly and operation of the L3 experiment.
When LEP stopped, I was part of the dismantling team, whose task was to recondition the L3 site to make it usable by ALICE.
Currently, within the ALICE group, my responsibilities include the development and maintenance of the cooling systems and controlling the solenoid and dipole magnets.
I am also involved with the cooling of the racks and the detector regulation systems. On top of these responsibilities, I offer technical support to the various institutes that work on ALICE.