New Capabilities in Nanoscale in situ X-Ray Characterization
From KERRI PHILLIPS
Presented by Paul Evans, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, UW-Madison
This talk will focus on new opportunities available through the development of instrumentation bringing nanoscale characterization to in situ materials synthesis and crystal growth processes.
Paul Evans is a professor of Materials Science and Engineering at UW-Madison and a participant in the UW’s Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC). His research includes the development of novel approaches in x-ray scattering of materials, including the use of national facilities such as synchrotron light sources and free-electron lasers.
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