Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Nador’s daughter, Hasna al-Zarari, was the first Moroccan to receive a fellowship from the European Organization for Nuclear Research.


“I look forward to continuing to collaborate with my former university in Rabat and demonstrate even more successful achievements with my new team at CERN in the hope of inspiring younger students in Morocco and beyond,” he concluded.

The CERN Research Fellowship is an enormous opportunity for aspiring researchers that opens up to researchers who want to revolutionize the world with their expertise and research skills.

This international fellowship allows scholars to showcase their talents and collaborate with a dynamic, diverse group of researchers.

The fellowship only accepts applications from aspiring researchers from around the world who want to use their research skills to improve their careers and gain a better understanding of the world of science.

Notably, Nador’s daughter, Hasna al-Zarari, received a doctorate in physics specializing in particle physics and high energies, from the Faculty of Science of Muhammad V University in Rabat, with a very honorable distinction, with the commendation of members. A panel of experts from the European Center for Nuclear Research and higher education professors with expertise in the field from the Faculty of Science in Rabat and Oujda.

Hasna El-Zarari received her bachelor’s degree from Hamman El-Fatawaky High School in Nador, followed by a bachelor’s degree in physics from the Polydisciplinary College of Nador. In addition, Hasna was able to obtain a Master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering at the Faculty of Science in Fez with the highest distinction.

Last January, a descendant of the Zarari family, under the supervision of Prof. Yahya Al-Taladhati, discussed his doctoral thesis at the Institute of Sciences of Mohammed V University in the capital Rabat: “Searches for the dark photon from the Higgs boson. and performance evaluation of low-gain avalanche detectors for HL-LHC ATLAS high-granularity and performance evaluation of heavy boson decays using pp collisions recorded at 𝟣𝟥 𝖳Ẹ𝖵 with the ATLAS detector at LHC.

See also  Studying at a young age can lead to mental health in old age

The title of the thesis concerns the search for dark matter, the source of 27% of the matter that makes up the universe, during the world’s largest particle collider experiment, located at CERN, the European nuclear research center in Switzerland. in Geneva. Hasna also participated in the study of a new technology for a high-resolution particle monitor that will be used from 2029.

During his PhD, the researcher participated in conferences in Germany, France, Switzerland and Portugal and received advanced training in Morocco, Switzerland, France, Namibia, Pakistan and USA. He won many awards and grants during his research student career.

Nadia Barnett
Nadia Barnett
"Award-winning beer geek. Extreme coffeeaholic. Introvert. Avid travel specialist. Hipster-friendly communicator."

Share post:


More like this

The easiest way to access the best UAE stocks

The most common way to invest in the UAE...

The Rising Demand for Model Ships in Dubai

Dubai, known for its stunning architecture and vibrant economy,...

Exhibition Stand Builders in Dubai

Dubai, a global hub for trade and commerce, is...

Unlocking the Power of Booking Engines in the Hospitality Industry

In an era dominated by technology, the hospitality industry...