Undergraduate (Class of 2017)
Lulu also resides in the basement, studying phthalocyanines using ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopy. She collaborates with the Chemical and Biological Engineering department to uncover the physical basis for why certain phthalocyanine nanoparticles are advantageous for photoablation therapy and photoacoustic imaging. If you ask nicely, she will explain pump-probe spectroscopy to you.
You can also find her running, playing the violin, or performing slam poetry on campus.