Jacinda Ginges

Australian Research Council Future Fellow and Senior Lecturer
The University of Queensland

Brisbane, QLD

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Biography

Dr. Jacinda Ginges is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and Senior Lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Physics at The University of Queensland. Her research is directed towards precision atomic tests of fundamental physics. Dr. Ginges' research involves development of high-precision methods for atoms with many electrons. Her areas of expertise include precision tests of the standard model of particle physics and searches for possible new physics beyond, complementing new physics searches at the highest-energy particle colliders on Earth. 

Research interests:

* Atomic theory

* Many-body theory

* Quantum electrodynamics 

* Violations of fundamental symmetries (parity, time)

* Precision tests of the standard model of particle physics

* Superheavy elements

Positions:

2018-2021 ARC Future Fellow, The University of Queensland, Australia

2017 Research Fellow, ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, The University of Sydney, Australia

2014-2016 Senior Research Associate, UNSW Sydney, Australia

2004-2008 ARC Australian Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer, UNSW Sydney, Australia

2004 Avadh Bhatia Postoctoral Fellowship for Women, University of Alberta, Canada

Qualifications:

PhD, UNSW Sydney (2004)