Materials are just everywhere: from interstellar probes to tomatoes.
Materials engineers are the true architects of matter; we create products bridging length and time scales. If well-designed, even the smallest structure can lead to quite remarkable results.
I'm currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. When I'm not working at the next energy revolution, I enjoy playing volleyball, traveling, and occasionally trading stocks.
Finding elegant solutions to difficult problems...
Traveling the world doing things ...
Led 3 internal cell qualification programs. Developed adhesives, potting and insulator materials for structural battery packs of Model 3, Y, Cybertruck, and Semi.
As a research scholar at Stanford ChemE, I designed and manufactured a solution-processable artificial solid electrolyte interphase for effective anode protection in Li-metal batteries.
I pioneered transparent and stretchable battery electrodes to be used in wearable devices. I also proposed an innovative theroetical framework to describe transport at viscoelastic interfaces for designing better and lighter composites.
In Singapore, I led a research team which implemented experimental adsorption models for miniature gas detectors. I also generated several strategies to promote low-cost scalability of biomimetic sensors for diseases biomarkers detection.
As a student representative at the EXPO Italian Pavilion in Kazakhstan, I interacted with local organizers to promote the adoption of sustainable energy technologies in underdeveloped countries.
I designed novel polymer blends to be used in industrial mechanical joints. This included accurate materials' selection and testing of temperature-dependent mechanical properties under real life-conditions.
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