I am currently a postdoctoral associate at MIT developing educational software for the emerging field of integrated photonics.
The focus of my undergraduate and graduate research was renewable energy conversion using photovoltaics and artificial photosynthesis.
In 2011 I received a B.S. in physics from MIT, and in June of 2017 I completed a Ph.D. in materials science at Caltech.
Solar Fuels - Front Cover of EES!
My PhD thesis project at Caltech, a high-efficiency solar fuel device, was featured on the front cover of the high-impact journal Energy and Environmental Science.
Making the Artificial Leaf
As a member of the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP) I created semiconductor devices designed to harness energy from the sun in order to produce chemical fuels. This work resulted in two novel renewable energy devices for solar water splitting and CO2 reduction.
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