Over the last few years, my research has increasingly shifted from studying nanostructured materials to a focus on the intersection of Science, Technology and Public Policy. My public policy research is currently being carried out jointly between the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, where I direct the Science, Technology, & Public Policy Program.
I serve on the faculty executive committee for the Science Technology and Society secondary field in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and work closely with faculty in FAS, HLS, HKS and HMS.
My current research fellows are listed below:
If you are interested in working with me send me and email detailing your research interests.While on sabbatical this year, I am supervising a Harvard Undergraduate student - Marlee Chong and continue to serve on several PhD committees.
I am particularly open to working with undergraduates and graduate students who are interested in working at the intersection of the Physical Sciences, Engineering, and Public Policy.