I studied M.Sc in Chemistry (2012-2014) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, where I investigated correlation of end-to-end distance with backbone structural parameters in the linear polymeric systems functionalized with suitable FRET pairs. Subsequently, I obtained my PhD (2019) in polymer chemistry at the IISc Bangalore under supervision of Prof. S. Ramakrishnan. My PhD thesis mainly revolved around understanding microphase separation and self-assembly behavior of periodically grafted amphiphilic copolymers in both solution and solid state as well as to control their chain folding and regulating inter-lamellar spacing at sub-10 nm regime. I was working as a research associate with Prof. S. Ramakrishnan’s group till December 2020. Since January 2021, I am working as a postdoctoral fellow with Prof. Anja Palmans at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe), focusing on reusable and sustainable applications of single chain polymeric nanoparticles.