In 2018, I was accepted to study Chemical Engineering at Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran. During my undergraduate studies, I learned a multitude of skill sets, including programming with Python and Matlab, mathematical modeling, and simulation using Comsol, Simulink, Chimera, and Aspen. My bachelor's thesis was focused on the mathematical modeling of controlled drug release of hydrogels for breast cancer treatments. I enjoy computer programming. I used to work as an intern at a reputable medical engineering company, where I learned to work with microfluidic devices for point-of-care therapies.
For my Ph.D. studies, I am excited to work at the intersection of machine learning and automated chemical synthesis in the Abolhasani Lab. My current research focuses on accelerated materials discovery using self-driving fluidic labs.
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