Madison Voyda is a junior from Marietta, Georgia. She is majoring in metallurgical engineering and minoring in English and mathematics. Madison performs research in Dr. Wang’s lab developing metal oxide nanopowders for the implementation in lithium-sulfur batteries. Her main project consists of developing cerium-oxide nanorods embedded on carbon cloth, which is then used in battery capacity testing. She hopes to oversee the commercialization of lithium-sulfur batteries in all aspects of electronic devices. In her future, she hopes to develop materials for the use in aerospace and consumer applications.