I am a third year Graduate student co-advised by Dr. Barbara Wyslouzil and Dr. Jessica Winter. Prior to joining OSU, I completed by Bachelors in Chemical Engineering at the Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT, formerly known as UDCT), Mumbai, India. A fondness for organic chemistry and reaction engineering during my undergrad years sparked my interest in Research. For my Research Thesis, I am studying the morphology of polymeric nano-composites across different synthesis conditions for various biomedical applications.
Apart from Research, I enjoy dancing, reading and going for long walks. I like the graduate student culture in our Dept. and have enjoyed events organized by CEGC in the past. I hope to maximize student interactions through various activities as a part of CEGC 2014!
Sreshtha Sinha majumdar
I am from Mumbai, India and I received my bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Mumbai in 2007. I worked in the industry for a few years before I got back to school to pursue doctoral studies in chemical engineering. I am currently a third year graduate student in Dr. Ozkan's Heterogeneous Catalysis Research group (HCRG). I work on NOx reduction with methane using heterogeneous catalysts for controlling emissions from lean-burn engines.
I am from Dayton, OH. In 2011, I received my bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Dayton. I worked for a couple years in the food manufacturing industry before returning to get my Ph.D. I am completing my research in Dr. Wood's group where I am focusing on protein purification and expression, specifically how to deliver biopharmaceuticals on-demand.
Kyoung-Joo Jenny Park
I was born in Korea but moved to Japan when I was 11 years old and came to U.S. when I was 16 years old. I did my undergraduate studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, and graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 2012. I am a third-year PhD student in Dr. Chalmers' lab, working on identification and characterization of circulating tumor cells (CTCs), with a specific focus on CTCs in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma and breast cancer.
I was born in Taiwan and moved to South Bend, IN in 2005. I received my bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Notre Dame. I am a third year PhD student in Dr. Fan's group, My research focuses on oxygen carrier development in chemical looping technology. Outside of work, my interests include Dr. Who, Arrested Development, animals and college football.