Katarina is a planetary scientist with involvement in data analysis from space missions. Her research focuses on understanding geophysics of Earth and planetary bodies through impact processes. Prior to joining Curtin in 2015, Katarina was a postdoctoral research associate at MIT (2014-2015) in USA, Institute de Physique du Globe de Paris (2012-2014) in France, and Imperial College London (2011-2012) in UK. She graduated in astrophysics from the University of Belgrade in Serbia in 2006, and was awarded PhD from the Open University in UK in 2010. In 2018, Katarina was awarded the ARC DECRA and the Australian L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science fellowship. She was a finalist for the WA Premier’s Science Awards in the early career scientist category.
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