Arjun is an inter-disciplinary engineer and a medtech entrepreneur. He co-founded Sepsitron and is currently leading its product development in the role of its CTO. Arjun holds an Industrial PhD in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Nanyang Technological University which was sponsored by Economic Development Board of Singapore and NXP Semiconductors. He also holds a Master of Science in Integrated Circuit Design from Technical University of Munich and Nanyang Technological University where he was an awardee of the prestigious DAAD scholarship & TUM Asia scholarship. During his PhD and Master’s studies, he specialized in designing and developing low power integrated circuits for medical implant applications and energy harvesting applications.
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