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Plant Engineering

Brooklyn, New York, United States
August 15, 2018

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SANJANA DAS 347-***-****

*** ******** ***, ********, ** 11217


New York University Tandon School of Engineering; New York, NY September 2014-May 2018

• B.S in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Minor in Science and Technology Studies

• Dean’s List (Fall 2017)

• Relevant Coursework: Process Control, Process Design, Thermodynamics, Separations, Polymers, Engineering Ethics, Kinetics & Reactor Design, Separations, Transport Phenomena, Organic Chemistry SKILLS

• Technical: MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Word, PID’s, NI LabView, ImageJ, MATLAB, ASPEN, Some experience with AutoCAD

• Laboratory: Experiment Design, Emulsion Polymerization, Droplet Based Microfluidics, Batch Distillation, Microscopy

• Languages: English, Hindi, Thai, Kannada, and Telugu EXPERIENCE

Lost-Bytes; New York, NY

Startup Co-founder August 2017- Present

• Cofounded a data management renewable energy start-up company that employs AI on old school machines.

• Actively participating in Start-up competitions to receive grants to advance company growth.

• Research and implement ways to improve software and product by interviewing potential target market.

• Collaborate with other team members in order to write reports and prepare presentations. NYU College of Dentistry- McDevitt Research Group; New York, NY Undergraduate Research Intern June 2017-May 2018

• Created and implemented a process for better bead synthesis for a medical micro-device that has the potential to have a strong impact on the delivery of healthcare.

• Conducted tests for the lab-on-a-chip device and come up with quality control objectives.

• Practiced Microscopy and microanalysis skills in addition to basic analytical laboratory strategies.

• Presented progress reports and data during weekly meetings to the research team. Cardinal Health; Rayong, Thailand

Research and Development Intern June- August 2016

• Conducted experiments and collected data for the Orthopedic Gloves Project and the Lubricant Bioburden Project.

• Communicated between different departments to conduct experiments and collect data for research report.

• Completed chemical plant runs in an industrial setting following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs). PROJECTS

Production of Non-Alcoholic Beer through Reverse Osmosis

• Designed Process Flow diagrams and analyzed plant along with equipment needs. Contributed to and developed most economic and effective practices. Established lab procedure; ensured compliance with EPA and OSHA guidelines. Glass Plant Design with Air Emissions Control

• Redesigned a glass plant that follows the standards set by the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) which applies to new, modified and reconstructed facilities to ensure reduction of energy supply and manage emission rates, while following EPA regulations. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES i

I-Corps- National Science Foundation; New York, NY Team Member July 2017- Present

• Trained in the Lean Launchpad methodology to develop a STEM idea into a viable commercial product.

• Attended workshops to learn and develop entrepreneurship skills and received a grant by the NSF to advance company growth. WISE (Women In Search of Science and Excellence) of New York University; New York, NY Treasurer August 2016- May 2018

• Promoted networking events to reach students campus-wide and kept track of finances. New York University; New York, NY

Welcome Week Leader August 2015

• Lead programs, workshops, tours and receptions for incoming students to help them acclimate to NYU.

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