A.B. Candidate in Chemistry, Princeton University (Princeton, NJ), 2018
Teresa Tang is an undergraduate senior from Brisbane, Australia. Her research focuses on thermal and microwave processing of bridged cyanogel networks for rapid, low-energy bimetallic alloy synthesis. The structure and electrochemical properties of these materials have potential applications in catalysis and CO2 reduction. Outside of the lab, Teresa serves as Community Chair of Colonial Club and as an undergraduate organic chemistry preceptor for the Department of Chemistry. Fascinated by languages, she knows fluent (Australian) English and Mandarin, intermediate Japanese and elementary Korean and Esperanto.