Lynn Loo is Professor of Engineering at Princeton University in the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department. Her research focuses on the structure development of complex materials for low-cost, lightweight and scalable plastic circuits and solar cells. As Associate Director of External Partnerships at the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Loo also leads the Princeton Affiliates Network that promotes teacher-student-practitioner interactions and fosters technology transfer on campus. With a recent stint at NewWorld Capital Group, a private equity firm that focuses on investments in environmental opportunities, her research has expanded to include macro-energy systems analysis and carbon balance for processes that generate liquid fuels. Loo is Fellow of the American Physical Society and has been recognized as a Top 100 Young Innovator by MIT's Technology Review, with the Alan P. Colburn Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and a Sloan Fellowship, among other accolades. She received her PhD from Princeton University in 2001.