As a master’s student, I focused on synthesizing a WO3 nanorod array and characterizing its electrochromic properties. Following my master’s work, I continued my research on graphene and graphene glass and their applications in sensors, smart windows and touch screens. In the AAL, I am focusing on designing and printing soft conductive inks, and their applications for soft electronics and robotics using 3D printing technology.
I graduated from Drexel University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2016. I have gained industry experience in both the medical device and naval industries. My research focuses on high temperature printing systems.
MS Student, 1st year, MSE