Nadia is the ANFF-NSW Facility Projects Manager, leading the process engineering team and serving as the main point of contact for all user projects and training requirements. She is also responsible for developing new industry collaborations.
Nadia received her BSc in 2002 and her PhD in 2008, both from UNSW. Her PhD with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computer Technology at UNSW focussed on quasiparticle statistics in aluminium-based superconducting devices. During this time, Nadia gained significant expertise in nanofabrication and developed a number of new fabrication technologies relevant to her research project. Following a short postdoc (also at UNSW), Nadia took up a position in the BAE Systems Advanced Research Centre in Bristol, UK. Here her research focussed on novel printed electronics and optical communication technologies for defence platforms. In 2012 she returned to UNSW where she joined the ANFF-NSW team as a Process Engineer before her appointment to her current role in 2014.