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Ph.D CEP Program: Current Student

Jane Hung

"I decided to choose the PhDCEP program because it was a really unique and exciting opportunity to improve my technical skills, conduct research, and explore the business world in a relatively short period of time."

 

Jane Hung

 

Entering Year: 2012
Undergraduate University: University of Washington
Email:
jyhung@mit.edu

Thesis Advisors: Patrick S. Doyle and T. Alan Hatton
Thesis Title: Low Energy Nanoemulsion Formation Modeling with the Phase Field Approach
Practice School Stations: Novartis (Basel, Switzerland), BP (Naperville, Illinois)

Why I chose the PhDCEP Program:
Going in, I didn't know exactly what career I wanted, but I knew I wanted to expand my options and pursue a mix of business and science. I started undergrad thinking that I wanted to go into academia, but then I became more interested in how science and technology merged with business. The standard choices of going to grad school for a technical degree or going to business school to get a MBA were both lacking some important learning components that I wanted to get out of school. I decided to choose the PhDCEP program because it was a really unique and exciting opportunity to improve my technical skills, conduct research, and explore the business world in a relatively short period of time.

Work experience and activities:
Undergraduate Research with Professor Xiaosong Li
President of Free Radicals Chemistry Club
Intern at inDinero
Phi Beta Kappa Member
Goldwater Scholar
TA for Math 381 (Discrete Math Modeling)

   


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