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Dr. Michael Campos

ARPA-E Fellow Michael Campos

Dr. Michael Campos currently serves as an ARPA-E Fellow. His interests include energy storage, advanced materials, and automation. 

Campos received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Columbia University under the direction of Prof. Jonathan Owen. In 2012, he was named a Dean’s Fellow, and in 2013, he was named an Edith and Eugene Blout Fellow. For his Ph.D., Campos studied the synthesis of and surface chemistry of colloidal quantum dots for applications including lighting, displays, and photovoltaics. He collaborated with LED startup Pacific Light Technologies and The Molecular Foundry to integrate fluorescent quantum dots into commercial LEDs. While at Columbia, he co-founded an interdisciplinary seminar series called Moments in Materials and was one of 30 candidates in the New York City area selected to participate in Bain and Company’s consulting immersion program. Campos also earned an M.Phil. and M.A. in Chemistry from Columbia, and a B.A. in Chemistry from Northwestern University.  

Email Address: 

michael.campos@doe.gov