5th year PhD student
Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science
Wiley Dunlap-Shohl was born and raised in Anchorage, AK, and attended Dartmouth College, where he worked on the development of an auroral proton precipitation model for use in computational space weather prediction in the Lotko group. He received a B.A. in Physics and Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth in 2012 and a B.E. with a concentration in machine design in 2013. After college, he briefly worked at Victor Technologies in West Lebanon, NH, on the design of plasma cutting equipment, and at General Compression in Newton, MA, testing prototype compressed-air energy storage technology. He began graduate study at Duke in the Mitzi group in 2014, where he is focused on developing new methods of depositing hybrid perovskite thin films, and understanding interfacial interactions within devices based on these films.
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