PhD | Palestine | Synchrotron SOLEIL / France
Hadil ABUALROB grew up in Jenin, Palestine, and obtained her B.Sc degree in physics from An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine. Her academic excellence paved way for her to be recruited in the physics department in the same university as a Teaching Assistant. Looking forward to completing her academic record, she obtained the French government scholarship to continue her higher studies in France. She obtained her M.Sc degree in Optics from Paris-Sud University, Orsay and the Institut d’Optique Graduate School, in France. She performed her doctoral research on constructing wigglers and studying their effects on the stored beam dynamics at SOLEIL Synchrotron in France. She has recently obtained her PhD degree in accelerator physics from Paris-Sud University. Hadil Abualrob will be back in her home university in Palestine to resume her duties as an Assistant Professor, employing her experience in performing magnetic measurements and studying accelerator physics to promote technology and knowledge transfer to create collaboration between SESAME and the Palestinian universities. She will be working to construct the first accelerator physics group in Palestine. She will also, alongside this work, invest in the first synchrotron light source in the Middle East to train students by performing scientific research in collaboration with experts from SESAME and its member states.