Genoveva Burca

Having a background in Mathematics and Physics, Genoveva’s PhD work focused on detailed modelling calculations crucial to the design and building of IMAT, the first neutron imaging and diffraction instrument in the world at the ISIS neutron spallation source, UK, and developing an innovative technique called tomography driven diffraction which combines neutron imaging and diffraction.

After completing her PhD she began her career as a researcher at ISIS and she is currently IMAT beamline scientist on neutron imaging and diffraction.