Noga graduated her BSc studies with honors in Chemical Engineering from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology in 2015. She then joined Prof. Dekel’s group in 2016 for her MSc studies in the field of anion exchange membrane (AEM) fuel cells. During her master research Noga studied the effect of CO2 in ambient air on AEM properties while using a variety of electrochemical, analytical and physico-chemical methods. The effect of CO2 on AEM fuel cells is one of the three major challenges in the development of this technology and the one which is the least studied in literature. During her studies Noga published 4 papers on this subject and finally received her MSc with honors in 2018. Today, Noga is working in the Israeli defense industry in the field of composite materials.