Shadan Naseri Doust, PhD Candidate
Shadan Naseri Doust is a motivated environmental engineering Ph.D. student with a strong numerical modeling background. She earned her Master’s degree from the University of Tehran. During her time there, Shadan had a keen interest in environmental problems and achieved excellent academic results. After her studies, Shadan gained practical experience in environmental science and engineering while working as a research assistant at the Institute of Geophysics, University of Tehran. Her attention to detail and analytical mind enabled her to make significant contributions to saving marine environments both in her hometown in Iran and in global waters.
In addition to her professional pursuits, Shadan loves to collaborate. She has contributed to international projects with some of the biggest names in her field. Her desire to expand her knowledge and further contribute to her field drove her decision to begin a Ph.D. in environmental engineering at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Through the Fluxlab’s advanced research efforts and the opportunity to collaborate with experts, she aims to make meaningful contributions to her field and positively impact the planet.
Outside her professional endeavors, Shadan enjoys philosophy, Persian poetry, traditional Iranian music, and nature photography. Her philosophy is that a well-rounded lifestyle is essential and she is always looking for new opportunities for growth and exploration.