Literature's graduating major, Ivy Li awarded 2020 Fulbright Fellowship!

Published on: May 27, 2020

Congratulations Ivy! As one of ten from MIT awarded 2020 Fulbright Fellowships, graduating seniors and recent alumni will spend upcoming year abroad on Fulbright grants.

  Ivy Li is a senior majoring in physics and literature. In Hamburg, Germany, Li will research at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) to develop online tracking algorithms for long-lived particle searches in the ATLAS experiment. With interests in both the sciences and humanities, Li is also excited to attend readings and panel discussions hosted by the Literaturhaus Hamburg. As an undergraduate, Li has worked on data-intensive research in X-ray astrophysics and on machine learning projects for ATLAS. Outside of physics, Li served as an arts editor for the MIT campus newspaper, The Tech, and shot competitive rifle for the MIT varsity rifle team. Read about all 10 nominees here…