- Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Bachelor's in Materials Science and Engineering, Master's in Technology Policy and PhD in Engineering Systems, MIT. 1999-2000, Fellow, UN, Beijing, China. Associate Prof., Dept of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon Univ.; involved in meetings on future of US advanced manufacturing, incl. advising President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. Speaker, incl. UN Industrial Development Organization and Council on Foreign Relations. Member: National Research Council cttee on future trends and challenges in optical science; US advisory cttee, Int'l Commission on Optics. Author. Awards: Junior Faculty Fellowship, Oak Ridge Associated Univ.; National Science Foundation CAREER Award.