Natalía joined the group in the Fall of 2016 and aspires to shine light on contemporary topics surrounding lead halide perovskites. She is in the process of inheriting the "Czech Republic," which is totally not a euphimism for the Photoluminescence set-up birthed by Kyle Czech. She is also slowly entering a new dimension; namely that of coherent multidimensional spectroscopies on the femtosecond table.
When not in the Chemistry department, Natalia can be found punching and kicking the air at the Japanese Karate Club, getting lost in beautiful music at the Overture Center, and enjoying the simple pleasures of life, such as occasionally having her name pronounced correctly.
- PhD, Chemistry, University of Wisconsin - Madison (exp. 2021)
- B.S. Magna Cum Laude with Honors in Chemistry, Davidson College (2016)