Chow Chun Man 鄒晉文

  • Scholarship in 2020 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chun Man studied Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering Science at UC Berkeley for his undergraduate, and spent a year at the University of Cambridge under the Churchill Scholarship after graduation. At Berkeley, he worked on groundwater arsenic remediation under Prof. Ashok Gadgil and spent a a summer in rural India to conduct field tests.

He is currently a PhD student in Chemical Engineering at MIT, working under Prof. Rohit Karnik in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. His work focuses on developing fabrication techniques and understanding transport phenomena across nanoporous atomically thin graphene membranes for health and environmental applications.