B.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Rice University, Expected 2016
Summer 2015: In the summer of 2015, JJ will again participate in the Mid-InfraRed Technologies for Health and the Environment (MIRTHE) REU program.
Summer 2014: In the summer of 2014, JJ participated in the Mid-InfraRed Technologies for Health and the Environment (MIRTHE) REU program where he conducted research with Prof. Frank Tittel at Rice University.
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Ph.D., Physics - Biomedical, University of Illinois, Chicago, Expected 2020
B.S., Physics, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 2014
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B.S., Physics, University of Texas, San Antonio, Expected 2015
AAS, Nanotechnology, Northwest Vista (Community) College, 2013
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Dual Degree Engineering Program (DDEP), Morehouse College, In Progress
B.S., Physics, Morehouse College, 2013
B.S., Engineering, University of Michigan, Expected 2017
Summer 2015: Ron will be spending his summer as an intern at Xalt Energy in Troy, MI where he will be working in the R&D department for lithium ion batteries.
Summer 2014: Ron participated in the 2014 University of Michigan's Optics in the City of Light IREU in France. Bon Voyage Ron!
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B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Tulsa, Expected 2016
Summer 2015: In the summer of 2015, Jordan will particpate in the Colorado School of Mines The Renewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center’s (REMRSEC) REU program where he will be doing controls research on megawatt scale wind turbines. Julianna Richie (NJ 2014) will also be participating in this program.
Summer 2014: In the summer of 2014, Jordan participanted in the Green Energy Technology Undergraduate Program (GET UP) REU program at Rutgers University.
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B.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Expected 2016
Peer-Reviewed Publication arising from NanoJapan Resarch
Further Research Experience: I'm currently (summer 2015) working in a research lab at Carnegie Mellon University, participating in a project that is exploring EEG data acquisition technology.
B.S., Engineering, Brown University, Expected 2016
Further Scholarships & Awards: I received a 2015 - 2016 Naval SMART scholarship that covers all school expenses for my senior year. Following graduation, I'll spend at least one year working at the Naval Air Warfare Station in Patuxent River, MD.
Further International Experience: In the spring of 2015, I participated in a semester abroad program in Santander, Spain! I have been studying at the University of Cantabria which has been awesome.
Further Professional Internship:
2014-2016 Erasmus Mundus Masters in Nanoscience and Nanotechonlogy – (first year) KU Leuven, Belgium / (second year) Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble France.
B.S., Physics, University of Florida, 2014
"NanoJapan - The kick start for a career in international science. I’ve been through several application procedures and research experiences over the last three years, and it’s easy to say NanoJapan was the best from an administrative point of view, was the most welcoming, and remains enthusiastic about their alumni - while also being driven by novel academic research opportunities." ~ Michael Walker, June 2015
Further International Research Experience
Further Research Experience:
Ph.D., Materials Science & Engineering, Stanford University, Commencing Fall 2015
2015 Honorable Mention - NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
B.S., Chemistry, Rice University, 2015
Spring 2015: In the spring of 2015, Dante participanted in the Rice University Baker Institute for Public Policy's Public Diplomacy and Global Policymaking course. This three-credit-hour course is organized around a student colloquium during Rice’s spring break (Feb. 28-March 8, 2015) in Doha, Qatar with undergraduates from Qatar. Students will have the opportunity to conduct a research project during the semester, present their work in Doha and get feedback from their Qatari peers.
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