Physics PhD Student, Koder Lab
My research involves thermodynamic and structural characterization of artificial mini elastins to evaluate their potential as caloric cooling materials. By establishing performance metrics when they undergo a refrigeration cycle, the goal is to assess the use of elastocaloric materials in cooling technologies that have a low environmental impact as opposed to traditional vapor compression refrigeration systems.
Apart from research work, I enjoy playing chess, painting, and reading poetry.
Professional Development Skills
• CUNY Science Scholarship
• National Grid Scholarship
• John Mulligan Memorial Award