Women in STEM Alumni Network

Create, Develop, Foster, Inspire.

The Women in STEM alumni network (WiSAN) aims to develop and foster a supportive, diverse and inspiring community for its graduates through engagement, peer mentoring, personal and professional development and support for the next generation of Women in STEM.

As you travel on your different paths, you have the opportunity to connect with other like-minded Women at similar stages of life to you. As well as being part of a network of over 140,000 alumni, you have access to exclusive Women in STEM Alumni events and programs focused on personal and professional development.

To find out more, contact our Alumni Office or connect with us on LinkedIn and Instagram.

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Dec

Exploring the core of supernovae using gravitational wave observations

Honours project: this project involves producing simulated populations, injecting them in read data, reconstruct the events with cWB and investigating which distributional test performs better in detecting the population. 

6

Dec

Intensity noise suppression of mid-infrared lasers for gravitational wave lasers

Honours project: this project will investigate the intensity fluctuations of these lasers for the first time and design stabilization systems to ensure that these lasers meet the exacting requirements of the latest upgrades to gravitational wave detectors.

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6

Dec

Exploring the core of supernovae using gravitational wave observations

Honours project: this project involves producing simulated populations, injecting them in read data, reconstruct the events with cWB and investigating which distributional test performs better in detecting the population. 

6

Dec

Intensity noise suppression of mid-infrared lasers for gravitational wave lasers

Honours project: this project will investigate the intensity fluctuations of these lasers for the first time and design stabilization systems to ensure that these lasers meet the exacting requirements of the latest upgrades to gravitational wave detectors.

more...