Marina Radulaski: Inspiring Women in STEM

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Originally posted by Constanze Ditterich

Assistant Professor Marina Radulaski’s fascination of physics and quantum science career started in high school at a summer science research camp in Serbia. This experience propelled her to major in physics and computer science at the University of Belgrade and Union University, then to a Ph.D. from Stanford University in applied physics, which has ultimately led her to her current position as an Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, where Dr. Radulaski studies light and matter interaction at the nanoscale for applications in classical and quantum information processing.

Read the full article where Dr. Radulaski reflects on how she became interested in quantum physics, the challenges and shortcomings she experienced as a graduate student in STEM, how she mentors her R-Lab students, and discusses the importance of female role models in STEM.