Naina is a Research Assistant,Australian National University,Australia


Research Assistant

Organizing Committee


Australian National University


Bachelor with Honours (Chemistry), University of Delhi (2013-2016)
Project was undertaken: Water Hyacinth, a green fuel source (2015-2016)
Project overview: Collecting water hyacinth and using it for production of methane, serving as a fuel.
Technologies used: Qualitative and quantitative analysis in the lab, analyzing and sorting data using MS EXCEL, writing reports.
Master of Earth Sciences (Advanced), Australian National University (2017-2018)
The project was undertaken: Petrology and geochemistry of upper mantle xenoliths from the Eucumbene Tunnel, NSW, Australia.
Project overview: Conducting EPMA and LA-ICPMS analyses of the mineral phases in spinel peridotite and pyroxenite xenolith samples from southeastern NSW, to understand their geological history.
Technologies used: a qualitative analysis using light microscopy, quantitative analysis using EPMA and LA-ICPMS. Analyzing and sorting data using MS EXCEL and writing reports.

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