Meenakshi received her master’s degree in Computer Aided Process and Equipment Design from National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal in 2014. During her master’s, she studied the flow behaviour and heat transfer performance of nanofluid suspensions in double pipe helical heat exchanger using CFD. In June 2014, she joined as an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Chemical Engineering at Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan. After working there for five years, she joined Dr. Shalini Gupta’s group at the Dept. of Chemical Engineering at IIT Delhi in June 2019. Her current work is focused on studying the role of zwitterionic buffers in impedance spectroscopy. Recent experiments and simulations suggest that distinct phenomenologies are present in highly concentrated electrolytes, thus the conventional wisdom needs to be revisited especially in cases where ion-size and structural components can no longer be ignored. The idea is to understand the underlying microscopic picture through the use of computational tools in order to predict the screening lengths through modelling and validate them through measurements.