Adam Printz (he/him)
Adam earned his B.S. in finance at the University of Maryland, College Park before returning to school to pursue engineering. He earned his Ph.D. in Nanoengineering at the University of California, San Diego. There, he worked in the lab of Prof. Darren Lipomi, focusing on the co-optimization of the mechanical compliance and electronic performance of polymer-based solar cells. This work was awarded the Chancellor's Dissertation Medal for the Jacobs School of Engineering, the highest honor bestowed upon graduating doctoral students. He then completed his postdoctoral work at Stanford University in the lab of Prof. Reinhold Dauskardt where he worked on improving the thermomechanical stability of perovskite solar cells.
Adam is in a state of perpetual exhaustion from chasing around his adorable toddler.
We are hiring!
The Printz Research Group in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at the University of Arizona is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to lead projects in the areas of developing materials and printing techniques for perovskite electronics. This is a critical research project to develop a rapid printing process for high-efficiency, low-cost solar cells.
The initial appointment will be until the end of the fiscal year (June 30, 2021) with the possibility of renewal on a yearly basis dependent on satisfactory progress and funding