Sanjana received a B.S. in engineering and B.A. in chemistry from Temple University. Her research is currently focused on optimizing the scalability and functionality of a micro-additive manufacturing process called “Mechano-electrospinning.” This process can quickly produce complex and arbitrary geometries, micro-textures, and feature arrays at the micro and nanoscale with high throughput, precision, and the incorporation of multi-material systems. This is important for use in future applications, such as biomedical, micro-electronics, and energy fields, including the creation of dew-collection devices and multi-material micro-capacitor arrays.
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