Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering; Deputy Director, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
Lynn Loo received BSE degrees in Chemical Engineering as well as Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and her PhD in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University where she is presently Professor of the same department. Her research focuses on developing light-weight, low-cost and scalable plastic circuits and solar cells. Loo is also Deputy Director of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, where she is passionate about connecting faculty members with industrial partners to promote the translation of energy technologies from academia to the market place. Prior to Princeton, she was an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin. Loo has been recognized with several notable accolades, including being named a Top 100 Young Innovation by MIT's Technology Review. She is also a Beckman Young Investigator and a Sloan Fellow. She received the Alan P. Colburn Award from the American Institute for Chemical Engineers and the John H. Dillon Award from the American Physical Society.