PhD in High Energy Physics. Extensive experience as software developer in the field of High Energy Physics with significant expertise through the full chain of data analysis and simulation workloads. Scientific Associate at CERN, she works on the application of Machine Learning techniques to particle physics simulation and code optimisation in terms of scalability on modern architectures (many-cores, GPUs). Since 2016, she joined the Gangneung-Wonju University group in the CALICE experiment and she is a member of the AIDA-2020 Governing Board. In December 2013, she was granted the Marie-Heim Vogtlin fellowship from the Swiss National Fund to work on data analysis at the IceCube neutrino experiment at the South Pole. From 2007 to 2012, worked as a Research fellow at the Israel Institute of Technology, on software development for the ATLAS experiment at CERN. Invited speaker to several conferences and workshops.