B.S. Student, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University, New York
I have just started my freshman year at Columbia University. In high school, I investigated natural starch granules’ ability to serve as Pickering emulsifiers—which was actually inspired by my grandma, who uses the water left from cooking noodles to wash dishes.
I look forward to learning more about fluid behavior and computational modeling in undergraduate studies, and I hope to apply my knowledge to tackling environmental issues in the future. In Boyce’s lab, I assist Azin in the investigation of bubble rise in non Newtonian liquids.
In my spare time, I enjoy singing and watching musicals.