Mia Divecha is a chemical engineer with an expertise in computational fluid dynamics, complex heat and mass transfer, and advanced numerical methods.
Mia graduated from Stanford University in 2013 with a degree in chemical engineering. As an undergrad, she worked with Dr. Gerald Fuller on a combined rheology and biological project. Mia is now a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota, where she works with Dr. Jeffrey Derby on developing computational crystal growth methods.
Mia is the president of the Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (CEMS) Council of Graduate Students, an officer in the CEMS Women's Group, a board member of the Graduate Student Committee, and a board member of the Stanford Club of Minnesota.
In her free time, she enjoys biking, CrossFit, yoga, skiing, and trying out new restaurants.
(Photo by Holly Fetter)