Kaiwen Hsiao a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford in the DeSimone lab. Her postdoctoral research focuses on developing high-resolution 3D CLIP printers and developing stereolithography computational models. Her research interests involve in fabricating micro-architectures for bio-oriented applications and microelectronic applications. Before she join Stanford, she worked on computational lithography as a design engineer at Intel and at Apple camera hardware. She did her PhD at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in Schroeder lab where she focused on understanding the intermolecular interactions of concentrated polymer solutions and ring polymers.

Honors & Awards

  • Stanford Wu-Tsai Human Performance Fellow, Stanford Wu-Tsai Human Performance Alliance (2022 Summer)
  • Stanford Bio-X Travel Award, Stanford Bio-X (2022 Spring)
  • ACS PMSE Future Faculty Award, ACS (2022)
  • Spirit AeroSystems Fellow, Spirit AeroSystems (2016-2017)
  • AIChE Selected presentation: Excellence in Graduate Polymer Research (Finalist), AIChE (2016)
  • GLCACS Outstanding student research award, GLCACS (2016)
  • Mavis Future Faculty Award, UIUC (2014-2015)

Professional Education

  • Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University (2012)
  • B.A., National Taiwan University, Chemical Engineering (2012)
  • PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (2017)