Hall B Scientific Staff Bios
|| Sergey Boyarinov
Sergey Boyarinov attended the Moscow Engineer and Physics Institute in Russia and graduated in 1984 with a master degree in nuclear
physics. He worked as engineer and scientist in the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP) in Moscow, Russia, where
he took part in the cumulative particle production program at the 10 GeV accelerator. He received his Ph.D. in nuclear physics in 1992.
In the same year Sergey was involved in the SSC collaboration doing simulation for the GEM Forward Calorimeter. In 1993 he started to
work at Jefferson Lab as visiting scientist in Hall B, participating in offline software and data acquisition system development,
construction and commissioning. In 2000, Sergey joined Jefferson Lab as a staff scientist. In the course of his work, he was responsible
for running the Hall B data acquisition system for all experiments until the CLAS detector shutdown in 2012. He worked closely with the
run coordinators to achieve the required performance goals. During those years, Sergey implemented several DAQ system upgrades increasing
system performance to meet experiment requirements. He has over 100 publications, and currently is leading an effort to construct the
CLAS12 data acquisition and trigger system.