Anna M. Suliga

Anna M. Suliga

Anna Suliga


Anna obtained her PhD at the end of 2021 from the University of Copenhagen (KU), Denmark, where she has been working with Prof. Irene Tamborra at the Niels Bohr Institute. She previously graduated from KU in 2018 with a master’s degree in Physics and AGH UST Cracow, Poland, in 2016 with an engineering degree in Technical Physics. Anna joined the N3AS network in the fall of 2021. She was initially stationed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with Prof. Baha Balantekin as her local host, before heading to her present site at UC San Diego.

Anna’s research interests include topics in particle astrophysics. She has worked on estimating the astrophysical parameters constraining power and detectability prospects of the diffuse supernova neutrino background, modeling active – sterile neutrino flavor conversions in the core-collapse supernovae, and constraining non-standard neutrino and quark interactions with astrophysical neutrino sources.

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