University College of London
AIP Center for History of Physics Intern
American Institute of Physics
I'm Fiona Muir and I just finished my second year at University College London studying Physics. While I'm at University I write for the science section of our student magazine and have started learning British Sign Language. In the summer before I moved to London, I spent 2 months working at the Cockcroft Institute in Warrington, England using various coding languages to model the first section of their linear accelerator, ALICE.
I've always been interested in sharing and teaching science in a more informal atmosphere and furthered my interest by volunteering at Catalyst Museum of the Chemical Industry while I was a teenager. In my free time, I love music and cooking and always want to try as many new foods as possible.