It Is Great That We Have Environment to Exchange Ideas

17 Mar 2014

Katie WongCarter is a graduate student in the laboratories of Professors Ana Moore and Tom Moore. She is working on design of artificial antennas that collect light and deliver the excitation to the artificial reaction center. She is really fascinated by architectural approach to redesign and improve the natural photosystems and take the further steps to create the module that will hopefully solve the energy problems. “That’s why I came here. The biggest benefit of working at EFRC is that it is multidisciplinary... It’s great that we have environment to exchange ideas and work together. It is very rewarding to see what others are doing even though it’s not directly going to be in your thesis. It helps to grow because you are learning and because it is challenging.”

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