Dr. Nayla obtained her PhD in 2009 from Universite Claude Bernard - Lyon 1 - France, where she studied the optical properties of nanoparticles through Scanning Near Field Optical Microscopy and Confocal Microscopy. During her Ph.D., she was a holder of Max Planck Institute Grants for undergoing research at Friedrich Schiller University (Jena) and Chemnitz Technical University ( Chemnitz) - Germany. She joined Khalifa university in 2010 as Faculty where she is still pursuing her teaching and research activities.
I am presently pursuing computational work about the electronic structure of diatomic molecules. This work relies on the ab-initio calculations of the potential energy curves (variation of the potential energy with internuclear distance) and dipole moment curves (variation of the electric dipole moment with internuclear distance) of different types of molecules. The data provided by this type of work has numerous applications including laser cooling and astrophysics.