About me

My research in the Clarke group at Harvard University, School of Engineering and Applied Science, involves work on soft dielectric elastomers and tunable photonic devices. I am currently characterizing the optical properties of these elastomers, and also exploring their potential applications on a large scale, such as tunable windows and displays. 

Previously I worked on various projects, such as designing quantitative methods for measuring the adhesion of microorganisms on slippery surfaces, and paper crumpling dynamics. For a brief period, I held a research position in the Ministery of Science and Technology of Thailand.

I also have an alter ego who highly enjoys fashion, art, and design.