Search Results for: Electron Microscopy Facility

Michael Asoro

Michael Asoro is a Ph.D. candidate in his fifth year working under the co-supervision of Dr. Paulo Ferreira and Dr. Desiderio Kovar. Michael’s research focuses on coalescence and sintering in metallic nanoparticles. Nanoparticles possess unique physical, chemical, optical and electronic…

Magnetic Materials

Magnetic Materials Topics at Texas Materials Institute A number of faculty in the Texas Materials Institute are investigating magnetic phenomena in a broad range of magnetic materials and magnetic structures. The research activity includes efforts to gain fundamental understanding of…

TMI Seminar Series: Eran Rabani, Ph.D.

Eran Rabani is the Glenn T. Seaborg Chair in Physical Chemistry at University of California, Berkeley (2017 – present). He received his B.S. from The Hebrew University (1991) and Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry from The Hebrew University (1996). Prof. Rabani’s…

Facilities

A vital part of TMI’s mission is to provide faculty and students at UT Austin with the instrumentation and associated infrastructure needed for state-of-the-art materials research. To fulfill this mission, TMI manages a variety of core central facilities, all of…

TMI Seminar Series: Dr. Shawn Litster

Professor Litster’s research focuses on sustainable energy conversion technologies that leverage nano- and micro-scale transport phenomena for enhanced performance and new functionality. He is particularly interested in research that combines electrochemistry and electrokinetics with the mechanical engineering fundamentals of fluid…

TMI Seminar Series: James Batteas, Ph.D.

James ABtteas is currently a Professor in the Chemistry department at Texas A&M University. He received a B.S. in Chemistry with honors from The University of Texas at Austin (1990), his Ph.D. from University of California at Berkeley (1995), and…

TMI Seminar Series: Miquel Salmeron, Ph.D.

Dr. Miquel Salmeron is a Principal Investigator at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Adjunct Professor at UC Berkeley Materials Science and Engineering Department. M. Salmeron received his B.A. in Physics from the University of Barcelona, and his Ph.D. from…