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Lilopic βš™οΈ I am currently a first-year Ph.D. student majoring in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Northeastern University.

πŸ§ͺ My research interests are in Particulate clogging, 3-D printing microfluidic approach, capillary flows of complex fluids, and granular materials.

πŸ”¬ I will be focusing on the microfluidic experiments and I hope to relate these experimental techniques to medical or industrial design.

πŸ“– I was the vice president of the UCSB student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). In my spare time, I enjoy writing songs and rehearse in the band. I also loves playing basketball with friends.

πŸ‘¬ I am willing to assisting others on their path in the world of microfluidics and academia.

Selected Experience

🌍 Research Assistant

I have experience contributing to C-Thru Global Project a 3-year, US $4m, international research project which aims to deliver carbon clarity for the global petrochemical sector. I helped quantify the energy and emissions footprints of global chemical supply chains and identify technologies for rapid decarbonization. I also constructed, tested, and refined mass and energy balance models of chemical process systems, and develop technology databases

πŸ₯€ R&D Engineer

I have experience working in PepsiCo as a research and development intern. I really enjoyed the good working atmosphere with a lot of delicious food. πŸ˜† I helped Leverage AI techniques such as EXCEL, Python Modules, and Power BI to abstract universal parameters and requirements for specific ingredients that are commonly used in PepsiCo. I also enabled product developers a knowledge-based ingredient specification baseline for a new ingredient spec for their innovations

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