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BSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering, NC State University; MPhil in Materials Science, Cambridge University; MBA, Stanford Graduate School of Business. Former Director of Operations at Kyma Technologies, a company specializing in the manufacture of power electronic and LED materials. Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Citrine Informatics, the data analytics platform for materials and chemicals. Works with partners along the materials value chain to use state of the art data science techniques to identify areas of improvement and optimization in advanced materials discovery and production. Has co-authored 20 peer-reviewed publications in materials science and electrical engineering; has given over 10 invited talks in Asia, Europe, and North America, including at the White House and European Commission; leads four funded US National Lab partnerships; and was named among Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy in 2015. Trains for and competes in Ironman triathlons.