The title of the lecture: “Proteins and Phases”.
Chemical Engineering, Yale University
Arlind is a Ph.D. student in Chemical Engineering at Yale University and concurrently a fellow in the integrated graduate program in Physical & Engineering Biology (PEB). He received his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering with double minors in Chemistry and Mathematics from The City College of New York in 2021. His undergraduate research explored the structure and dynamics of fungal melanins using solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy (ssNMR) in Prof. Ruth E. Stark’s Lab. At Yale his current research interests focus on protein aggregation, statistical mechanics and liquid-phase transitions. Outside academia, Arlind enjoys reading, cooking and trying moderately spicy food in good company.