Ding Ding

Current Position: 
Ph.D. Student (Applied Physics), California Institute of Technology
Lab Position: 
Undergraduate Researcher
Brief Biography: 

Ding received his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering/Physics with Honors from Brown Universtiy. Ding joined the lab during his junior year, and he was awarded the DiMase Fellowship to support his research on the unique optical properties of cephalopods. Ding was also supported by a prestigious A*STAR Scholarship from the Republic of Singapore, which provides complete support for his undergraduate and graduate studies.

After Brown, Ding worked as full-time research assistant at the A*STAR Data Storage Institute in Singapore. Ding is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Applied Physics at the California Institute of Technology, where he is working in the laboratory of Prof. Austin Minnich.