The leader of the muography part of this exhibition is Cristina Carloganu from the IN2P3-Laboratoire de Physique LPC in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Carloganu did her PhD at the ANTARES neutrino detector (which studies muons caused by neutrinos), has worked on the LHCb experiment at CERN and helped develop the different calorimeter types for CALICE under AIDA. When she heard about muographic studies of volcanoes in Japan and the technology used for them, she thought that the RPCs she had been working on could probably improve the resolution of future studies of this kind.