Two pictures from the recent group outing to Governor Dodge State Park. The first one is the entire group, including family members, at the cookout. The second one is the more intrepid group half way along the Lost Canyon Trail at Sheperd’s Falls. Thanks for Jie and Dan for organizing.
Jason won a poster award at the BMG XI, the 11th International Conference on Bulk Metallic Glasses for his poster “Medium-Range Structure of Zr-Cu-Al Bulk Metallic Glasses from Structure Optimization Based on Fluctuation Microscopy”. Congratulations, Jason!
Li and Pei’s paper on electron correlation microscopy has won the Best Techniques and Instrumentation Paper in the journal Microscopy and Microanalysis for 2016. Congratulations to Li and Pei for this well-deserved recognition of their excellent work!
Min Yu’s paper on nanoparticle structure refinement based on Andy’s STEM data has been published in ACS Nano. Congratulations on Min, Andy, and the other authors.
Zhongnan Xu has joined the group as a joint post-doc with the Computational Materials Group to work on structure optimization for catalysis. Zhongnan comes to us from John Kitchin’s group at Carnegie Mellon University.
Pei and Jason have published a paper connecting medium-range order to glass-forming ability in Zr-Cu-Al bulk metallic glasses. This work is the next big step building on our HRMC-derived structural models of BMGs. Congratulations!
Congli contributed to a paper on domains in magnetic nanowires with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy that has appeared in Nanoscale. Nice work!
Dan Zhou has joined the group as a post-doc working on quantitative STEM and fluctuation microscopy. She comes to us from the Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy, part of the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research. Welcome, Dan!