Zhishen (Juju) Wang

Research Assistant


My name is Juju Wang. I was born in Beijing, China. I grew up in Iowa City, Iowa and came to MIT for undergrad. I graduated in 2017 with a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering and joined the LAE in the fall. I am currently working towards my master’s degree.





I am currently pursuing my Master’s degree in the Laboratory for Aviation and the Environment (LAE), with the focus on waste gas to drop in jet fuel process. In addition, my research is partly sponsored by the FAA. I am working on stochastic models of alternative jet fuel pathways and the economic effect of policies on these technologies.



  • Waste gas to jet process
  • Techno economic analysis of alternative pathways