2011-15, co-founded and led Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership, the programme to promote technology transfer and facilitate teacher-student-practitioner interactions. Currently, Theodora D. ’78 & William H. Walton III ’74 Professor in Engineering and Director, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton University. With over 100 affiliated faculty members, the Andlinger Center is developing solutions for sustainable energy production and protection of the environment. Leader in the processing and development of materials for low-cost, lightweight and flexible solar cells and circuits, the combination of which is being explored for applications including the creation of “smart” windows to increase building and energy efficiencies, and power sources for electrolysers to convert sunlight to fuels. Fellow, American Physical Society. Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum. Strategic Adviser, NewWorld Capital Group. Recipient of awards and honours for scholarly work, including: Sloan Fellow; Beckman Fellow; John H. Dillon Medal, American Physical Society; Peter and Edith O’Donnell Award in Engineering, Texas Academy of Medicine, Science and Engineering; Alan P. Colburn Award, American Institute of Chemical Engineers.