My research focuses on the role of the deep and polar oceans in climate and climate variability, with particular interests in: changes in Antarctic sea ice; Southern Ocean dense water formation; ocean turbulence and mixing; carbon and heat storage
My research is in the areas of algebraic geometry and representation theory. More specifically, I am interested in the McKay correspondence, quiver representations, algebraic stacks and moduli of noncommutative surfaces.
Currently, I am a postdoctoral researcher at UNSW on an ARC-funded grant investigating how the stress associated with experiencing weight stigma may lead to negative psychological and physical consequences and may in fact exacer
I completed my PhD at the University of Auckland in 2013, followed by three years as a Research Fellow in the Department of Psychological Medicine at the University of Auckland. Following this I moved to Sydney and UNSW.
I am a Research Associate in the Climate Change Research Centre and the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of New South Wales. I received my PhD in physical oceanography from Stanford University in March 2016.
Dr. Mawad has been appointed a lecturer at the School of Materials Science and Engineering, UNSW Australia in August 2015 after completing her Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship in Imperial College London, UK.