Zoniah Ahmad, becomes the first female student from Pakistan to be selected for an international training at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear research and the World’s largest particle physics laboratory in Switzerland.
“I’am working here in Technology Department of MSC (Magnets, Superconductors and Cryostats) where I help in designing, constructing and measuring superconducting magnets for the CERN accelerator complex with my team. Here we develop associated technologies, namely superconductors, insulation and polymers, superconducting electrical devices and magnetic measurements for present and future accelerators.”
She further added:
“I am proud of Pakistan being an associate member of CERN and it’s big contribution.
I am glad that I am representing my country and it’s positive image around the globe.”
CERN’s mission is to uncover how the universe works. Their latest and state of the art technology enables researchers to advance and explore the dimensions of the world.
The laboratory established in the 1954, provides a unique range of particle accelerator facilities, perform world class research in fundamental physics and unite people from all over the world to push frontiers of science and technology.