Dr Liz Williams

Research Fellow, 3A Institute
B.S., M.S., M.Ph., Ph.D. Yale University (Physics)
CSIT (108), S347
+61 2 6125 6750

Dr Elizabeth Williams is a Research Fellow at the 3A Institute at Australian National University (ANU). She completed her PhD in experimental nuclear structure at Yale University in December 2009, did postdoctoral work in fundamental and applied nuclear physics at Yale and CSIRO, and joined the ANU in 2012, where she held an ARC DECRA fellowship. She has created and used cyber-physical systems to carry out her research in nuclear science, and has always had a fascination with how complex systems come together in a human context.  Her passion for research impact and the responsibilities that researchers have to imagine the context in which their research will be used led her to the 3A Institute, where she is currently working on creating a new applied science in the management of data, artificial intelligence, and cyber-physical systems.

She is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the ANU Department of Nuclear Physics.

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Data science
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Nuclear reactions
  • Nuclear structure
  • Applied nuclear technologies

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