Magda Satrazani studied Physics at the University of Ioannina in Greece. After she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in March 2019, Magda studied for a Master’s degree in subatomic physics. She obtained her MSc from the Université de Strasbourg and the Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (IPHC) – CNRS in Strasbourg, France, in June 2020.
During her master studies, she collaborated as an intern with the group DNA (Des Noyaux aux Etoiles) of IPHC in Strasbourg and worked on the calibration and data analysis of a DSSD detector. Previously, and within the frame of the Erasmus+ program, she collaborated with the experimental nuclear group of the Centro Nacional de Aceleradores (CNA) in Seville, Spain, where she participated in experiments concerning the IBIC technique.
She was also involved, as an intern, in the Nuclear Structure Reactions and Applications (NUSTRAP) group of the National and Kapodestrian University of Athens, Greece, where she worked on the Projectile Fragmentation technique.
Magda joined LIV.DAT in October 2020 and she will be working on shapes studies in neutron-rich cerium isotopes. Her research is split between the University of Liverpool, TRIUMF (Canada) and CERN.