Evelina Zaharieva

Evelina Zaharieva is an accomplished astrophysicist, holding a master’s degree in Astronomy and Astrophysics from Sofia University. Presently, she is a dedicated doctoral candidate within the esteemed Department of Astronomy, specializing in reverberation mapping and Structure functions pertaining to various types of active galactic nuclei. Her research endeavours primarily focus on exploring long-term quasar variability in the near-infrared spectrum.

Complementing her dedication to active galactic nuclei, Evelina demonstrates a profound interest in diverse facets of astrophysics. Her pursuits encompass astronomical observations, comprehensive investigations into the complex physical processes and dynamic mechanisms underlying planetary formation, and the adept application of machine learning methodologies in the realm of astrophysics.

Evelina also assumes an integral role as a member of the EXO-Restart project team, where she actively contributes her extensive skills and knowledge, thereby facilitating the expansion of her research horizons.