Welcome to the web page of David Cohen-Tanugi.
This web page is intended to offer you a glimpse of my work, interests and perhaps even my personality in general.
In short, I am a graduate student in MIT's Department of Materials Science & Engineering, and I recently finished working as a China Climate Fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council. My main research interests are energy technology and nanoscience, although I have also entertained an sustained passion for Asian cultures and languages since I was a child.
I obtained a Bachelor degree in Physics, magna cum laude, at Princeton University in 2009, and I hope to devote my early career to improving how we generate, store and consume energy throughout the world.
You can learn more about my interests, activities, resume, and more in the links above.