Marta is a technical advisor in Ropes & Gray’s intellectual property litigation group.
Prior to joining the firm, Marta was a hardware development engineer at Amazon’s Lab126. There, she worked on capacitive touchscreen solutions and display integration for consumer electronics. Before that, she ran numerical simulations to study multiphase fluid flow in hydrocarbon exploration and recovery in her capacity as a reservoir engineer at Shell Oil Company.
Marta holds a BS in mechanical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and an MS in electrical engineering from Stanford University. At Stanford, she developed a flexible and wearable health monitoring sensor at the Bao Research Group under the guidance of Professor Zhenan Bao.
- Co-author, “An integrated self-healable electronic skin system fabricated via dynamic reconstruction of a nanostructured conducting network,” Nature Nanotechnology (August 2018)
- MS (Electrical Engineering), Stanford University, 2018; DFJ Entrepreneurial Leaders Fellowship (2017-2018); Franklin P. Johnson, Jr. Graduate Fellowship (2016-2018)
- BS (Mechanical Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014