Yueh-Lin (“Lynn”) Loo, PhD
Lynn Loo is Professor of Chemical & Biological Engineering at Princeton University where her research group focuses on developing flexible electronics and plastic solar cells. She is also Deputy Director of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. In this capacity, Dr. Loo has developed a university-wide corporate affiliates program in energy and the environment to foster partnerships between Princeton faculty and the corporate world. Dr. Loo was a Fellow at NewWorld Capital Group while she was on sabbatical from Princeton.
Prior to joining Princeton, Dr. Loo was Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin. She also spent a year in the Physical Sciences Division of Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, as a Post-Doctoral Member of Technical Staff.
Dr. Loo is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
Lynn Loo received BSE degrees in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University.