MEng Student in EECS
Melissa Li joined ONE Lab in Fall 2016 as an undergraduate researcher. She received her B.S. in EECS and Physics from MIT in 2017. Prior to joining ONE Lab, she worked on absolute frequency measurement of Strontium transitions for ion trap quantum computing under Prof. Isaac Chuang. In ONE Lab, she studies photoluminescence (PL) quenching in quantum dots to develop PL-LEDs and is continuing her work as an MEng candidate.
Current Research: Design and fabrication of photoluminescent quantum dot LEDs
Subgroup: Light Sources
Personal Interests: Dancing, spinning, cooking