Elizabeth Williams is a Senior Lecturer at the ANU School of Cybernetics.

Dr Williams completed her PhD in nuclear structure at Yale University in December 2009 before commencing postdoctoral work in fundamental and applied nuclear physics at Yale and CSIRO. She joined the ANU in 2012, where she held an ARC DECRA fellowship.

She has a strong interest in fostering inclusive research and education environments and is actively working on creating spaces for transdisciplinary research and education practice in the School of Cybernetics. 



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