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PhD candidate in the individualized program, Concordia University

I make new materials for stereolithography 3D printing. My interdisciplinary approach uses polymer chemistry and nanotechnology. I also lead the "Waste Not, Want Not" initiative that is helping the Concordia community compost, sort and reduce waste. Since we started in 2016, Concordia doubled its annual composting, and each Concordian reduced their annual overall waste by 16%. I am honoured to be a recipient of the Quebec Lieutenant-Governor Youth Medal.


  • –present
    PhD student in the individualized program, Concordia University


  • 2016 
    Concordia University, Masters of Science


  • 2020
    Photopolymerization Using Metal Oxide Semiconducting Nanoparticles for Epoxy-Based Coatings and Patterned Films, ACS Applied Nano Materials
  • 2018
    Flame-made TiO2(B), Materials Research Bulletin
  • 2016
    Characterizing the structural formation of epoxy-amine networks: The effect of monomer geometry, Polymer


Lieutenant governor's youth medal, PGSD NSERC scholarship, Dean of students medal, Stanley G. French Medal, and Safety ambassador award.