PhD Student in Physics
Tony Zhu joined ONE Lab in September 2013 as a Ph.D. student in the physics department at MIT. He received BSE in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University in 2011, during which time he explored photo-galvanic effects in topological insulators in the group of Prof. N.P.Ong and breaking time-reversal symmetry in circuit QED systems under the guidance of Prof. Andrew Houck.
Current Research: Understanding charge and exciton dynamics in QD LEDs through modelling and numerical simulations
Subgroup: Light Sources
Personal Interests: Rock climbing, kayaking, cooking