Aditya Sadhanala received his bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering from University of Mumbai, India, MSc degree in Nanoelectronics from University of Manchester, UK, followed by PhD degree in Physics (2015) from the University of Cambridge,
UK. Since obtaining his Ph.D., he worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Cambridge, Oxford & UC Berkeley on studying the photophysics of hybrid perovskite optoelectronics. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Centre
for Nano Science and Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru in India. His research currently focuses on nanostructured thin-film optoelectronics, ultra-sensitive defect detection and to innovate pathways for low-cost decentralized
manufacturing. He holds a distinction of being a highly cited researcher in the interdisciplinary field 2019 – Web of Science. Alongside his research, Aditya is keenly supporting professional development of young researchers and developing award
winning new public engagement tools to “take lab science to streets” attracting global media attention.