Dr. Shweta Agarwala got her B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering from M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, India. She pursued her M.Sc from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore with specialization in microelectronics. She obtained her Ph.D in 2012 from National University of Singapore (NUS) on 'nanostructured materials for dye-sensitized solar cells'. She joined Energy Research Institute, Singapore as post-doctoral researcher and worked on building library of lead-free and lead based perovskite materials. Later she joined Singapore Center for 3D Printing, Singapore to engage in printed electronics research.  


Currently, she is a pursuing her research on direct-write and 3D printing methods for flexible electronics, bioelectronics and bioprinting at Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, Denmark. Her research is multidisciplinary with applications in flexible devices, wearables, smart packaging and healthcare. Through her research, she is trying to understand interaction of electronic inks on unconventional substrates like paper, textiles, polymers, medical plasters and biomaterials.

She is IEEE senior member and Vice-chair of Women in Engineering affinity group, Denmark section, IEEE. Outside work she is a STEM advocate, avid reader and fitness enthusiast.

Contact Shweta Agarwala regarding her research, collaboration, published work, or any other inquires.


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We are hiring.

We are looking for an enthusiastic post-doctoral fellow to join our group. If you have expertise in material science pertaining to polymer materials, biomaterials and biodegradable materials then drop me an email. Position closes 30 March 2021. 

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