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KSU Student to Study at CERN

Elisabeth Petit-Bois, a Kennesaw State University software engineering student who will complete an internship at CERN this summer, poses outside of the Atrium Building on the Marietta Campus on May 14, 2019.
Photo by David Caselli

Kennesaw State University’s Elisabeth Petit-Bois has spent most of her undergraduate career researching how humans can integrate artificial intelligence into everyday life. This summer, she will work to perfect her craft as she becomes one of 40 students across the globe — and one of only two U.S. students — to participate in the CERN openlab Summer Student Programme in Switzerland. During the nine-week program, she will use state-of-the-art computer technology and study its use in high-energy physics.

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