David Rower
Graduate Student, Physics Department
Recipient of NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Room 13-3022
rower (at) mit.edu



David is a physics graduate fellow broadly interested in nanoscale imaging and the characterization of materials used for superconducting qubits. He received his physics B.S. in 2019 from UC Santa Barbara, where he conducted research in the dynamics of lipid membranes.

After a long day in the lab, you can find David motorcycling, playing with analog synthesizers or a piano/cello, cooking, or playing tennis. He is especially fond of Medtner.

His research is supported by the MIT Dean of Science Fellowship and the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.