I am joining the first cohort of entrepreneurial project leads in the Cyclotron Road program at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Please check out my site over there for more information: http://cyclotronroad.lbl.gov/polyspectra
Recently, WIRED did a feature on myself and the monome. I made a short video for them, which is part monome explaination, part DSP lecture and part performance. You can find the article here: http://www.wired.com/underwire/2014/02/monome-ingmob Alias: ingMob from ingMob on Vimeo.
I recently won 2nd place in the 2013 Sustainability Innovation Student Challenge Award (SISCA), presented by Dow and the Resnick Sustainability Institute. My application was based on extending my recent discovery of an olefin metathesis-based photoresist (PLOMP) towards the more general idea of recycling catalyst waste in olefin metathesis reactions. As well, the preparation of […]
I recently invented a new kind of photoresist, which is based on olefin metathesis. By irradiating the material with ultraviolet light, we can activate a latent catalyst to trigger chemical reactivity. We’ve named this process PhotoLithographic Olefin Metathesis Polymerization (PLOMP). The paper is now available online in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Our work toward improving energy efficiency with paintable photonic crystals was recently featured as the very first Research Highlight for the Resnick Sustainability Institute. This is a more easily accessible summary of the project than any of our research papers – please read the highlight here. […]