Alex Abelson is a Ph.D. candidate in the Law Lab. In 2013, he received his undergraduate degree in Physics from Oregon State University (OSU). After graduating from OSU, he spent two years working in the defect metrology division of Intel in Hillsboro, OR. In the Fall of 2015, Alex began his Ph.D. studies in Materials Science and Engineering at UC Irvine. Since joining the Law Lab in 2016, Alex has focused on structural, chemical, optical, and electronic characterization of quantum dot thin films, motivated by their potential use in next-generation optoelectronic devices such as solar cells. Alex also enjoys mountain biking and playing with his dog.
Caroline is a chemical engineering Ph.D. student in the Law group at the University of California, Irvine. She grew up near the Twin Cities, Minnesota area, and graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2016 with bachelor’s degrees in chemical engineering and chemistry. In the Law group, she studies PbSe quantum dot superlattices – including their self assembly, morphology, and various surface chemistries – with the ultimate goal of improving their charge transport. In her free time, she likes being outdoors and telling her Minnesotan friends how nice the weather is in California.
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