Monthly Archives: December 2012

Alex’s paper on defects in Ga-doped ZnO

Alex’s paper “Impurity distribution and microstructure of Ga-doped ZnO films grown by molecular beam epitaxy” has been published in Journal of Applied Physics.

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Welcome Phuong Dan Ngyugen!

Welcome to Phuong Dan Ngyugen, who is joining the group as a post-doc to work on spintronic materials, interfaces, and devices.  Phuong comes to us from the Structure Physics group at the University of Olso, where she studied quantum confinement … Continue reading

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Openings for new graduate students

Two positions are available for new graduate students, starting Fall 2013.  One is in fluctuation microscopy experiments and molecular dynamics simulations of bulk metallic glass structure and properties, and the other is in materials and interfaces for new spintronics devices. … Continue reading

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Post-doc position available in materials for spintronics

The Voyles group has an immediate opening for a post-doc to study materials and interfaces for spintronic devices using high-resolution Z-contrast STEM imaging and microanalysis.   For further information and instructions on how to apply, see the position announcement.

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Welcome Zhai Yizhang

New graduate student Zhai Yizhang will join the group in January 2013 to work on irradiation-induced defects in SiC.  Welcome!

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Dylan’s paper on mean free paths in Ultramicroscopy

Dylan Schweiss’ paper on elastic and inelastic mean free paths has appeared in Ultramicroscopy.

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