As a lecturer at Amsterdam University College, I strive to connect physical science theory to experiments and applications in research and technology.
My teaching experience at AUC includes introductory physics, some applied mathematics, energy science, physics lab courses, nanoscience, and the Maker Lab course. I am also an AUC tutor, serving as an academic advisor and helping students to make the most of AUC's curriculum.
My formal education consists of a BSc in physics and a BSEng in mechanical engineering from Ohio University, and a PhD in electrical engineering from Princeton University. During my PhD and some later research work, I have focused on solid-state nanoscale systems and low-temperature electron (spin) physics.