Co-Founder – Distributed Sensing Technologies
Julien is a mechanical engineer who specializes in instrumentation design, air quality science, and sustainable energy technologies. Prior to founding DSTech, Julien was a graduate research assistant at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for 5 years, and received his PhD from UC Berkeley in 2018. His research interests include clean biomass combustion technologies, aerosol instrumentation, and sustainable energy policy/technologies for developing economies. Julien was an NSF Graduate Research Fellow at UC Berkeley, and Fulbright Research Fellow in northern Ghana. In 2012, he received his Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York.