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!
Ashutosh contributed to a study of thermal interface resistance in Si nanomembranes now published in Physical Review Letters, and Paul worked with Xing Wang from the computational materials group on a study of irradiation-induced amorphization in SiC now published in Acta Materialia.
With regret we say good bye to Min Yu, who is leaving the group for personal reasons. She’s done great work on nanocatalysts and metallic glasses, so we hope to see her back again in at some point in the future.
Li’s paper announcing the new electron correlation microscopy technique for measuring relaxation dynamics in materials is now published in Microscopy and Microanalysis.
Jie Feng, who is co-advisor by Prof. Voyles and Prof. Morgan of the computational materials group has won a Presidential Scholar Award from the Microscopy Society of America for his work on visualizing single vacancies in LaMnO3 using high-precision STEM. Congratulations Jie!
Paul has contributed to a new paper using quantitative electron microscopy to measure the density of shear bands that appears this week in Physical Review Letters. The primary work was done by Vitalij Schmidt, and graduate student with Harald Rosner and Gerhard Wilde at the University of Muenster. Vitalij just finished a six-week visit to the Voyles lab for more experiments along the same lines, so stay tuned for more in the future!
A joint post-doc position with the Dane Morgan of the UW Computational Materials Group on next-generation structure determination is now available. This post-doc will develop new tools for determining 3D structure from high-precision STEM data and computed energies using advanced optimization techniques. For full details and how to apply, see the the complete job listing.
Both Andy and Yizhang successfully defended theses yesterday. Congratulations! Andy will be joining Eva Olsson’s laboratory at Chalmers University as a post-doc, and Yizhang will be continuing his education in data science and statistics at the University of Delaware.
New papers published by Andy on high precision STEM with big pixels and denoising STEM images, by Fengyuan on Co2(Mn,Fe)Si MTJs, and Li on MRO in ultrastable indomethacin thin films. Raw data for many of these publications and others by the group is available from the Papers page.