Nirvana is a postdoctoral researcher and teaching assistant at the University of Geneva. She is a theoretical physicist who has specialized in statistical and computational physics. She develops advanced analytical and numerical techniques to treat the equilibrium and non-equilibrium dynamics of complex models for both, inert and living systems, and works in close collaboration with experimental colleagues in Physics and Biology. She has been developing models to study complex domains and interfaces in ferromagnets, ferroelectrics and biological systems at multiple scales from cell membranes to individual and collective cell migration. She writes a science blog called "Complex Physics in 2 minutes" (nirvana caballero.org).