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Meriame Berboucha

Meriame Berboucha


Project Scientist at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory | PhD Student at Imperial College London

Meriame Berboucha is a Plasma Physics PhD student from Imperial College London but is based at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory where she conducts her research. Her work involves focusing betatron radiation from a laser wakefield accelerator to probe warm dense matter. Berboucha earned her MRes in Photonics and BSc in Physics from Imperial College London. Her professional background includes work with high-intensity laser systems, pulsed-power machines, and laser-plasma interactions for warm dense matter studies. Alongside her academic work, she has been a Forbes contributor and is passionate about making the environment at LaserNetUS and related environments as inclusive and diverse as possible, where her personal blog aims to inspire the younger generation into the field. 


LaserNetUS Affiliations:

  • LaserNetUS iUSE Outreach Coordinator
  • LaserNetUS Cycle 3 and 5 Principal Investigator

  • I-USE: Intense-light USers Engagment Committee