Hall B Scientific Staff Bios
|| Latifa Elouadrhiri
Latifa Elouadrhiri is a Senior Staff Scientist in Hall B. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Clermont- Ferrand (France) in
1992 for research on the nucleon axial form factor. She came to Jefferson Lab in a joint position with JLab/CNU in 1994, and joined
the Hall B staff in 2001. Latifa was part of a small group that led the pioneering CLAS paper on the first observation of electron beam
asymmetries in polarized exclusive deeply virtual Compton scattering (DVCS). Prior to coming to JLab Latifa performed experiments at
Saclay (France) and PSI (Switzerland). Since 2005 Latifa has been the Control Account Manager for the Hall B 12 GeV Upgrade that
includes all detectors and magnets for the CLAS12 system. She is a member of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics and was elected APS
Fellow in 2011. She has served as member of Nuclear Science Advisory Committee (NSAC), Committee of Visitors (COV). She also served on
review panels for funding proposals submitted to the German Research Association (DFG). She also served as member on several Ph.D.
thesis committees. She is the contact person and spokesperson of DVCS experiments to study the Generalized Parton Distributions (GPDs)
program with the CLAS12 detector.