Tyler Milstein Defends Dissertation

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Tyler Milstein

Congratulations to Tyler Milstein, who defended his Ph.D. work "Quantum Cutting via Broadband Sensitization in Ytterbium-Doped Lead Halide Perovskites" on March 15, 2022. Tyler was a student in Professor Daniel Gamelin's research group and investigated unique photophysical properties of semiconductor nanomaterials using a combination of optical spectroscopies and chemistry techniques. He has accepted a position with Roche Diagnostics as a Scientist (molecular engineer) where he will focus on developing their DNA sequencing by expansion (SBX) technology. He is very grateful for his graduate experience and acknowledges the contributions his colleagues made to the research and overall experience at the University of Washington.