Interested in materials science and sustainable energy, in particular hydrogen energy, as well as the social impact of technology. Thesis titled “Carbon Dioxide Removal in PEM Hydrogen Purification from Coal Reformate.”
Earned certificates in materials science, sustainable energy, Woodrow Wilson School, and Japanese language and culture. (“I am a devoted fan of Japanese arts and culture.”)
Co-founded the Princeton Chapter of International Association for Hydrogen Energy (with Jane Yang) and led team that won an international competition for hydrogen energy production.
With support from the Siebel Energy Grand Challenge, interned at State Key Laboratory of Material Synthesis at Wuhan University of Technology in China, researching performance of proton exchange membrane fuel cells.