Aashima Sharma

Aashima Sharma

Research Student, Phd- Employees Mental health and Business productivity


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Aashima Sharma is a doctoral student at University of Brighton, research interest in mental health and well being of employees and aim to support businesses to engage in productive and effective business activities.

Research Topic: ‘Four-day week’ refers to the working pattern where businesses pay their staff with the ability to work for four days while still being paid a full-time salary and how this can affect mental health and well being of employees with increasing productivity of businesses


Aashima read for a Bachelors in Business and Economics and an MBA at the University of Central Lancashire, graduating in 2017 and 2019 respectively. Her masters research was on the relationship branding, how business use tools to attract customers. 



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  • Commissioning the FAst TIMing array (FATIMA) at FAIR Phase-0: Half-lives of excited states in the N=50 isotones 96Pd and 94Ru

    Jazrawi, S., Yaneva, A., Polettini, M., Das, B., Regan, P. H., Górska, M., Cederwall, B., Jolie, J., Albers, H. M., Chishti, M. M. R., Banerjee, A., Hubbard, N., Mistry, A. K., Rudigier, M., Benzoni, G., Gerl, J., Bruce, A. M., Podolyák, Z., Nara Singh, B. S., Zhang, G. X., & 27 othersAlhomaidhi, S., Appleton, C., Arici, T., Blazhev, A., Davinson, T., Esmaylzadeh, A., Fraile, L. M., Häfner, G., Hall, O., John, P. R., Karayonchev, V., Koujoharov, I., Kurz, N., Mikolajczuk, M., Pietralla, N., Pietri, S., Regis, J. M., Sahin, E., Sexton, L., Schaffner, H., Scheidenberger, C., Sharma, A., Vesic, J., Weick, H., Werner, V., Lozeva, R. & Si, M., 26 May 2022, In: Radiation Physics and Chemistry. 200, 110234.

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