Myriam Neaimeh is a Senior Research Associate at Newcastle University and Group Leader for the Data-Centric Engineering programme at the Turing.
Myriam's work include applying data science methods and tools to help modernise electricity and transportation infrastructure. Currently, she is contributing to the development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure which is user-centric, cost-efficient, secure, and synergistic with the operation of the
Myriam wants to involve more people in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers, especially women who might be intimated by STEM topics. Isn’t it better for society if anyone can be involved in solving our problems?