Sebastian Fernandez received his B.S. in electrical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2019. During his undergraduate years, he conducted cryogenic temperature studies on Silicon-Germanium heterojunction bipolar transistors with Prof. John Cressler. He is currently an EE Ph.D. Candidate at Stanford University and is working on improving the stability of perovskite LEDs via transition metal doping and insulator-based device architectures. Sebastian also serves as the president of the Stanford Engineering Research Introductions Organization (SERIO) whose goal is to support underrepresented minority undergraduate STEM students. He is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy IBUILD Graduate Research Fellowship, P. Michael Farmwald Stanford Graduate Fellowship, and GEM Ph.D. Engineering Fellowship.