University of Insubria, Italy
"I come from a small city in India, and have a polychromatic background. In 2012, I was awarded a bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering, from Gujarat Technological University (GTU), India. My bachelor's thesis focused on measuring mental stress using modern electronic technologies. Thereafter, for few years I worked at different positions in academic research. I moved to Germany in 2018, and started my master's degree in Micro- and Nanotechnology at Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS). Here I was exposed to applications of Nanotechnology in the fields of Biology and Physics. During my master's I worked as an intern at Nanion GmbH, Munich, with the thesis investigating protein transporters using modern Electrophysiological approaches.
Apart from the academic achievements, I have also excelled in extra-curricular activities. As a student, I have been a mentor, a department representative, the founder of a university level research club, an advisor for intellectual property rights for university projects, and have also organized national level technical symposiums.
I am also multilingual, who speaks seven languages: English (C1), German (C1), Italian (A1), Hindi (native), Gujarati (mother tongue) and two more Indic languages (B1)."