a research associate
at Harvard University in the School of Engineering and
Sciences. I work on studying charge transport
properties and fabricating
electronic devices using functional oxides with
objective is to develop new types of devices that will
significant interest to the electronics industry and
to deepen the understanding of physical phenomena in
complex correlated oxide materials.
I completed my Ph.D. at Princeton University in the group of Antoine Kahn in the Department of Electrical Engineering. In my doctoral work I investigated the physics of molecular doping in organic semiconductor materials.
My other scientific interests are in renewable and alternative energy sources; electronic properties of nanostructures; and medical applications of electronic devices. And outside of science, my hobbies include soccer, tae kwon do, dj-ing, traveling, and doing the NY Times crossword.
This image I made for a "Science as Art" competition was used as the cover art for the 6th edition of The Science and Engineering of Materials by Askeland, Fulay, and Wright:
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