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Nadia Anam


Nadia is working as a postdoctoral researcher in a collaborative project between IPIC @Tyndall National Institute and Queen’s University Belfast that aims to design a highly efficient, miniaturized system for the detection of greenhouse gases (HIGH-GREEN). She earned her PhD from the University of Sydney where her research focus was on the numerical modeling and analysis of optical solitons.

For the past ten years, Nadia has been a part of academia, and she hopes her experiences at Tyndall will strengthen her skills and help her to deliver more in her roles as a researcher and an educator.