Jassel Majevadia

Jassel Majevadia is currently completing a PhD which will contribute to the safety of nuclear energy. Working on her Mac in coffee shops, at Imperial College – wherever she likes – she is able to apply her understanding of mathematics and physics to perform new calculations and improve understanding of the way in which tiny bits of materials interact with each other under different conditions. Born in London to parents whose own parents had emigrated from Indian communities in Kenya in the 1960s, she feels that she has succeeded by combining a keen interest in Indian culture and religion, with a determination to develop as an individual in places away from home (so far, Scotland and the USA, where she studied for a year). Outside of work in science she continues a longstanding interest in listening to and playing jazz music and also lifts weights.  

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