Jaylan Jones is a University Distinguished Fellow at Michigan State University.

Jaylan Jones is a University Distinguished Fellow at Michigan State University. He chose his area of research because of its practical applications in the world through use with fuel cell technology and other applications. He hopes his research with polymers will lead to a better understanding of biological, physics, and material sciences.

Fellowship: University Distinguished Fellowship

Department: Mathematics & Physics

Area of focus: Applied Mathematics

Major professor: Andrew Christlieb, PhD (Mathematics) and Phillip Duxbury, PhD (Physics)

Education: BA, Brigham Young University, Math & Chemistry


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