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Sarah Wodin-Schwartz
Ph.D. 2013

Sarah Wodin-Schwartz is a fifth year Ph.D. graduate student in Mechanical Engineering at the University of California at Berkeley studying MEMS design with Professor Albert P. Pisano. She received the Chancellors Fellowship her first two years in her graduate study and the Jane Lewis Fellowship in her fourth year. She graduated with her B.S. in general engineering from Smith College in 2007. Her interests include MEMS sensors for geothermal/harsh environment applications. She is currently a member of the Berkeley Mechanical Analysis and Design lab, a part of the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center and is designing and testing MEMS for down-hole geothermal well monitoring.

Email: swodin@gmail.com

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