Immigrant members of the MIT community
I am originally from Turkey. I graduated from Bogazici University in Istanbul. I came to the US in 1998 for my graduate studies. After obtaining my PhD in physics from the University of California, Berkeley, I moved to Caltech as a postdoctoral scholar. In 2008, I started as an assistant professor at MIT. My lab uses ultrafast laser pulses to understand newly discovered materials such as high temperature superconductors. I greatly enjoy being part of such a diverse and distinguished community of students, postdocs, and faculty at MIT.
Nuh Gedik is an Associate Professor of Physics.
Editor's note: Tech Transfers is a photo series by Professor Daniel Jackson that features immigrant members of MIT.