Kobus has an excellent track record of success spanning over 20 years from the early days of his career to becoming Chief Process Engineer of research in a major multinational oil company, SASOL.
He focusses his microscopy work to provide quantitative understanding of deformation and structure in crystalline materials. He works on developing new microscopy modalities, especially within the scanning electron microscope, and contributes to developments of the high angular resolution electron backscatter diffraction HR-EBSD technique.
He can also often be found on twitter as bmatb. Her postdoc was at A. She then joined the National Center for Electron Microscopy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where she imaged anodic etching of Si and domain walls in ferroelectrics, as well as coordinating users of several of the microscopes.
Her interests include liquid cell microscopy, epitaxy, nanowires, quantum dots, electrodeposition and thin film properties. PS2 - Carbon-based materials and 2D structures Prof. From untilshe worked as scientific assistant at the Jena University in the field of transmission electron microscopy on semiconductors, mainly SiC, and finished with the Atomic force microscopy phd thesis in Since she is a full professor at Ulm University and head of the group of materials science electron microscopy.
She is the scientific director of the SALVE project and focussed on the development of the unique chromatic and spherical aberration-corrected TEM to unravel the crystallographic and electronic properties of low-dimensional materials on the level of the single atoms.
PS3 - Thin films, coatings and surfaces Chairs: The materials that he has been working on range from metallic compounds, engineering alloys, to advanced functional materials, in which atomic mapping and high-resolution spectroscopy are of the major concern.
His current research focuses on design, epitaxial fabrication, and atomic mapping of heteroepitaxial oxides, particularly interface-induced novel phenomena in ferroelectric thin films. Ma has published over papers in well-known journals and co-authored 2 books.
Ma also serves as the vice-president of Chinese Electron Microscopy Society. PS4 - Metals and alloys Prof. His research interest mainly focuses on developing novel electron microscopy tools and instruments for atomic scale and multi-scale in situ experiments on structural and functional materials.
His interests also include multi-scale mechanical-microscopy characterization and related device fabrication for energy, environment, corrosion and oxidation effects, information, structural and biomedical applications.
The elasticity and plasticity mechanisms, high strength yet ductile structural materials, energy related materials and physics and catalysis materials. He is a professor of Monash University. His current research interests cover physical metallurgy of magnesium and aluminium alloys, applications of scanning transmission electron microscopy in materials characterization, and processing-microstructure-property relationships in light alloys.
He has published one book, one book chapter and over papers based on results obtained from imaging and diffraction techniques of electron microscopy. He also edited proceedings of several major international conferences. PS5 - Ceramics and inorganic composites Prof.
Crozier is a professor of materials in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy and is chair of the materials graduate program at Arizona State University. He develops and applies advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques to problems related to energy and the environment with special emphasis on electroceramics and catalytic materials.
He is a recognized international leader in developing and applying the technique of aberration corrected transmission electron microscopy to problems in catalytic materials and oxide electrolytes.
He also works with monochromated electron energy-loss spectroscopy to determine the optical and vibrational properties of ceramics. His current research interest is in interface and grain boundary and interface phenomena, advanced transmission electron microscopy and so on.
Ikuhara is author and coauthor of about scientific original papers in this field, and has more than invited talks at international and domestic conferences. PS6 - Biomaterials, polymers and polymer-based composites Prof.
His main research interest is characterisation of nano, bio and energy materials. She completed her PhD in Biomedical engineering from university of Sydney. She has a strong background in the area of biomaterials and tissue engineering and her contributions are well recognised, particularly for the development of orthopaedic implant materials to treat musculoskeletal disorders.
Recently, she has expanded her research interests and is applying her skills in material science, biomaterials and cell biology to the interdisciplinary and emerging field of mechanobiology. Her research interests and expertise are in the electron microscopy of semiconductors processing, III-V nanowires, semiconductor heterostructures and nanostructures as well as electrical characterisation techniques.
PS8 - Phase transformations and corrosion Prof. Howe received his Ph. He is Director of the Nanoscale Materials Characterization Facility, and his research utilizes in-situ TEM techniques to study plasmons and the dynamic behavior of material interfaces.
Mathewson Research Medal He returned UNSW inworking in high temperature corrosion, focussing on gas-solid reaction thermodynamics and kinetics, phase transformation and characterisation, reaction mechanism understanding, and high temperature materials development.
His research covers broad areas of oxidation, carburisation, sulphuration, and chlorination of metals in the mixed gases at high temperatures.This page provides a searchable database of culminating projects (theses, dissertations, practicums and projects) completed by students receiving graduate degrees from our department.
IMC19 represents a forum for sharing and contesting the latest ideas and technologies in the world of microscopy. The program will be truly transformational, featuring the . Administration. Venkataramanan Balakrishnan, PhD (Stanford University) Dean of the Case School of Engineering. Marc Buchner, PhD (Michigan State University) Associate Dean of Academics.
Lisa Camp, MS (Case Western Reserve University) Associate Dean of Strategic Initiatives. Daniel Ducoff, MS (University of California, Berkeley) Vice Dean for External Relations of the Case School of Engineering.
The stacking-fault energy (SFE) is a materials property on a very small scale. It is noted as γ SFE in units of energy per area.. A stacking fault is an interruption of the normal stacking sequence of atomic planes in a close-packed crystal torosgazete.com interruptions carry a certain stacking-fault energy.
The width of stacking fault is a consequence of the balance between the repulsive. Understanding the limits of fine particle flotation is the key to the selective separation of fine mineral particles. Fine particles have low collision efficiencies with gas bubbles and float slowly.
Jurdi Cabana University of Illinois at Chicago, USA Visualization of Electrochemical Reactions in Battery Materials with X-ray Microscopy In this talk, I will discuss examples of the visualization of phase transformations using a variety of modes within the general family of X-ray microscopy, tailored to suit the scales and phenomena to be probed, but focusing on single particles.