Meet IBM's
TALIA G.

Careers - Talia’s Story
 All About Those Solar Cells
Talia’s Story
All About Those Solar Cells
Talia studied materials science at MIT before heading to the University of Cambridge to earn a PhD in developing next-generation solar cell materials. Upon finishing graduate school, Talia headed straight to IBM, excited to work at a company that leads the way in her particular area of expertise—solar cell technology.
Careers - What Talia Does
 Research Staff Member
What Talia Does
Research Staff Member
Talia started at IBM researching and developing new materials for solar cells, the field in which she earned her PhD. From there, Talia moved into her current role as the technical assistant to the Vice President of Science and Solutions, a position which involves learning and facilitating important decision-making and strategy processes.
 
 
“We go out and we get the top people in the world, and we bring them in—and they invent stuff. That’s what research is.”
 
“We go out and we get the top people in the world, and we bring them in—and they invent stuff. That’s what research is.”
 
 
“Over the last five years, I’ve filed over 50 patent disclosures. IBM is an incredibly innovative place. I’ve had the opportunity to create totally new ideas and learn new things.”
 
“Over the last five years, I’ve filed over 50 patent disclosures. IBM is an incredibly innovative place. I’ve had the opportunity to create totally new ideas and learn new things.”