Dr. Minju Lee

Post Doctoral Researcher
I have worked at Eawag and EPFL in Switzerland between 2010 and 2018 in the group of Prof. Urs von Gunten, which eventually led me to obtaining a PhD in Environmental Chemistry at EPFL in 2016 for the development of a prediction tool for the reaction kinetics and mechanisms of ozone with organic contaminants in aqueous solution.
I then moved to the University of Washington in Seattle, USA, for a postdoc position which was 1 and a half years supported by the Early PostdocMobility program from the Swiss National Science Foundation. I mainly worked on the application of 3D-printed microfluidics for monitoring chemical reactions.
I joined the Cronin group in September 2019 to work on various research projects joining chemistry, computer, and robotics.