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Konstantinos Sierros
Flexible Electronics and Sustainable Technologies

Harrison Loh

Harrison Loh in NSF news photo

Doctoral
Materials Science and Engineering

Harrison "Henry" Loh is a 2017 graduate from WVU with dual Bachelor degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, Harrison has been a member of the FEST lab since 2015, where he has assisted in a variety of research projects, from sol-gel fabrication of functional coatings to formulating metallic based inks for use in additive manufacturing. His research experiences also include multiple undergraduate fellowships through WVU’s NASA Space Grant Consortium as well as through the International Research Experience for Students (IRES) program with collaboration between WVU and the University of Crete in Greece. In 2019, Harrison was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Current research interests include the development of carbon based energy and sensing devices and 2-D materials and their applications. Current projects include the direct ink writing of graphene-based films for chemical and gas sensing applications. Outside of research, Harrison is president of the WVU Fencing Club and plays viola in the Morgantown Community Orchestra. Harrison also enjoys playing sports, reading, and playing video games.