In Fall 2020 I helped Prof. Julie Kornfield develop the course structure for a brand new 9-unit course for junior-year chemical engineering undergrads. I helped prepare lectures, problem sets and essay questions. In Winter 2021, I was a teaching assistant and grader for the new course. This Winter 2022, I am a teaching assistant for the second version of the course now titled "Sustainable Engineering" which is cross listed in a variety of departments.
In Winter 2020, I was a teaching assistant and guest lecturer for a 9-credit seminar course on sustainability where students attended guest lectures by speakers from academia, industry, and government. Students completed weekly homework assignments, and their final project was either research based or service oriented. The class was networking oriented, and aimed to inspire sustainability careers
In Winter 2019, I developed and was a teaching assistant for a 1-credit lunch seminar course on sustainability. The service-based class focused on improving campus sustainability with small but highly visible projects. Students conceived and implemented practical solutions to make the Caltech campus more sustainable.
Fall 2021-current: Mentored Anna Li (Caltech Undergrad) during the academic year in energy system modeling and electrochemistry. Evaluated the role of mid-duration energy storage in variable renewable electricity systems such as iron-air and flow batteries in systems with other competitors such as Li-ion and hydrogen storage.
Summer 2021-current: Mentored Maddie Swint (Caltech Undergrad), summer undergraduate research fellow. Improved Activity of Earth-Abundant MnSbOx Catalysts via Chemical Vapor Deposition for Water Splitting. See poster and abstract here.