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Working in Professor Sigurd Wagner’s lab with funding from Universal Display Corporation,
Song worked on thin-film transistors that include a hybrid insulator to combine the performance of inorganic
materials with the flexibility of organic materials. She also worked with Wagner and Assistant Professor
Naveen Verma on large-area, amorphous silicon-based circuits for a structural health-monitoring system.
Their system combines nanoscale integrated circuits, which offer computational efficiency and power, with
large-area electronics, which provide scalability and mechanical flexibility.


Earned certificates in materials science and applications in computing.


Palo Alto Research Center, working on organic and silicon nanowire solar cells.


Co-president of the Princeton chapter of the Materials Research Society; vice president of Tau Beta
Pi; co-president of the Princeton Science in Society journal; vice president and design team co-captain of
the Princeton chapter of the International Association of Hydrogen Energy; fellow of the Writing Center; and
a residential college peer tutor.