Julia Fisher

Graduate Student Researcher

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Jointly advised by Bradley Chmelka (Chem E)


Julia works with the light-activated protein, proteorhodopsin, which pumps protons upon activation. She focuses on incorporating active proteorhodopsin into a nanostructured silica host. Her goal is to harness the proton-pumping function of proteorhodopsin for solar to electrochemical energy conversion within a device.