Dr. Anjali Mulchandani is a postdoctoral fellow in the Water and Energy Efficiency for the Environment lab at Stanford University. Her research explores the environmental and policy trade-offs of toxic metal emissions control technologies at coal-fired power plants.
She received her Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Arizona State University (ASU), where she developed nano-enabled atmospheric water capture technologies to provide decentralized drinking water. She earned her M.S. in Environmental Engineering from ASU and B.S. in Civil Engineering from University of California, Los Angeles. She was the recipient of the ASU Engineering Dean’s Dissertation Award and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Her passions include leading public outreach initiatives for STEM awareness among all levels of learners, and advocating for diversity, equity and inclusion in engineering education. She coordinates the Stanford ASEE anti-racism mixed-media learning club.
Anjali will be joining University of New Mexico as an Assistant Professor in 2021.