Horizon 2020
European Union Funding
for Research & Innovation
Scientist working on a microscope

ESR 7 @ University of Turin, Italy


Kirti Tiwari received her Bachelor’s degree in Physics (and minors in Chemistry and Zoology) from Carmel College for Women (India), in 2018. In 2020 she obtained her Master’s degree in Physics from Vellore Institute of Technology, India.

Before joining BIOREMIA, Kirti spent one semester at the School of Biomedical Engineering, Colorado State University, USA, in order to work on her master’s thesis project. Her project focused on tailoring beta-type titanium alloy surfaces using hydrothermal and anodization techniques to improve stem cell adhesion and differentiation for orthopaedic applications.

Kirti is currently a PhD candidate at University of Turin (Italy). She is working on the ‘Design of antimicrobial mechanisms of metallic patterned hydrophobic surfaces produced by dealloying and plastic flow deformation of metallic glasses’ under the BIOREMIA European Training Network.

Here you can listen Kirti speaking about her PhD research work in her mother tongue.

Kirti in action: on secondments and elsewhere 
...getting interdisciplinary training