Dr. Meenesh R. Singh, Postdoctoral Scholar in the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, obtained his B.E (Chemical Engg.) degree from Sardar Patel University in 2005, M.Tech (Chemical Engg.) degree from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in 2008 and Ph.D (Chemical Engg.) from Purdue University in 2013. At JCAP, he is working on modeling and simulation of photoelectrochemical water-splitting devices under the supervision of Prof. Rachel Segalman (UC Berkeley), Prof. Alexis T. Bell (UC Berkeley), Prof. Nathan Lewis (Caltech) and Dr. Adam Weber (LBL). His doctoral research was under the guidance of Prof. Doraiswami Ramkrishna, where he studied shape evolution of crystals. His work was recognized by multiple awards such as i) AIChE process development division student paper award, ii) AIChE separation division graduate student research award, iii) Outstanding graduate student research award and iv) McDonnell Douglas Fellowship. His research interests lie in the area of healthcare and renewable energy. Currently, he is working towards the development of i) efficient photoelectrochemical devices for solar to liquid fuel production, ii) computational tools to predict polymorphs and morphologies of crystalline materials and iii) decision making tools for pharmaceutical processes.