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TR35 - Mircea Dinca

Assistant Professor

Mircea Dinca was born in Romania in 1980 and graduated with bachelor's and Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry from Princeton University and University of California, Berkeley in 2003 and 2008, respectively. After studying new means of storing hydrogen for mobile applications in graduate school, he expanded his interest in energy research at MIT, first in water oxidation catalysis as a postdoctoral scholar, and recently in the synthesis of novel catalysts and ordered, high-surface area electronic materials for energy capture and storage, in his current position of Assistant Professor of Chemistry.