- Research Scientist, Nanofabrication Facility
Emma holds a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering with an emphasis in Electronic and Photonic materials from Boston University. While in graduate school she was a dual fellowship recipient and residential researcher at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Advanced Light Source shared user facility, where she also served on the Users’ Executive Committee. Prior to graduate school she worked as a research assistant in the MIT Physics department. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Smith College and brings over ten years of experience and interdisciplinary expertise in the synthesis, fabrication, and characterization of nanomaterials.Emma is excited to help to grow and contribute to the NYC nanotechnology community. In her free time, she enjoys art, fashion, dessert, and exploring all that New York City has to offer.