Kevin Vora is a PhD Candidate in Applied Physics at Harvard University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and works in Eric Mazur's research group. His research focuses on using femtosecond laser pulses for the 3D nanofabrication of silver inside dielectric media. His research efforts have led to several patents with applications in plasmonics, metamaterials, biosensing, communications, and microelectronics.
Kevin is passionate about creating positive impact. He was part of the inaugural class of the Harvard Graduate Consortium on Energy and the Environment, a Fellow at Dudley House, and an active member of the Harvard Innovation Lab. He recently launched a nanotechnology think tank at SEAS, as well as a social entrepreneurship venture. In his free time, he enjoys travel and photography.