Natalia Carrie studied at the University of Fribourg and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physics in 2015 including Mathematics as minor. She carried on studying physics and completed a Master of Science in the Soft Matter Theory research group. The topic of her thesis was the Green-Kubo approach to active Brownian systems, which included statistical mechanics theory and Brownian dynamics simulations. She started as a scientific collaborator at iPrint institute in 2017 with electro-hydrodynamic printing as her main research topics. She is now mainly engaged in applied research with focus on inkjet technology. She optimized the printing process on several research plateforms and worked on industrial high-quality printing machines as well.