Emerging nanotechnology uses specific wavelengths of light to trigger the molecules. My project is to add a “molecular antenna” to the molecules, thereby making the nanotechnology far more sensitive to the light signal.
This honors fellowship is very important to my research as it gives me a chance to jump-start my senior honors research project over the summer.
Hometown: Norfolk, VA
Majors: Chemistry and Physics
Future Plans: I am intending get a PHD in Chemistry and then continue in either academia or industry doing research into materials.
Hobbies: Ballroom Dance Club, Westley Campus Ministries, Rock-Climbing, WM Robotics Club
Fun Fact: I have a pet parrot. I am the oldest of 4 siblings. Both my parents are WM alumni and met at WM
Follow Christian’s research on the W&M Honors Fellowships blog!