Graduate Student, IGERT Fellow
Prior to starting my graduate studies at ASU, I earned my undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. It was during a co-op in the summer of 2011 at 1366 Technologies, a small solar start-up company in the Boston area, that I discovered my passion for research and love for all things solar. My research interests include exploring the fundamental limitations in photovoltaic devices between the maximum theoretical efficiency and what is currently achievable. Outside of the lab, I enjoy trying new foods, travelling, the color orange, and looking at pictures of fat cats and dogs.