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Ph.D. Student in Chemical Engineering, admitted Autumn 2020
Other Tech - Graduate, Stanford Nano Shared Facilities Service Center
BioDaniela Marin is a first-year graduate student at Stanford University. She previously worked as a post-undergraduate researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and worked toward advancing the commercialization of bio-derived materials and methods of plastics recycling. Daniela holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a B.A. in Physics through a dual-degree program with Columbia University and William Jewell College. Her education is combined with undergraduate research that focused on mitigating the effects of viscous fingering using step-growth polymerization to stabilize the instability. Her transition to Columbia introduced her to the field of atmospheric aerosols where she worked with Professor V. Faye McNeill’s group to investigate a photoinduced particle growth process and its role in secondary organic aerosol formation. She is enthusiastic about using her technical abilities and interest in the environment to contribute to Stanford Chemical Engineering's mission of developing technologies that will improve and maintain environmental health.