Victoria Hwang

Victoria Hwang

PhD Applied Physics 2020
Victoria Hwang

Victoria was an applied physics graduate student studying the self-assembly of amorphous colloidal photonic materials. She focused on designing novel techniques for creating structurally-colored films, with an emphasis on expanding the range of colors and saturations so far achieved. Prior to Harvard, she worked at Xerox PARC as a research assistant in the areas of additive manufacturing and engineered colloidal materials. She received her BSE in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University, where she did her thesis with Prof. Pablo Debenedetti on the breakdown of the Stokes-Einstein equation in supercooled water using molecular dynamics simulations. 

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