The study of thin film growth using real time techniques has always represented an important challenge to the experimentalist. Over the past several years our group has been employing supersonic molecular beam techniques and in situ real time X-ray synchrotron radiation to examine a variety of systems in two important emerging areas: organic small molecule … Read the rest »
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Seminar: “Using beams to study thin film growth in situ and in real time: from organic small molecule semiconductors to transition metal dichalcogenides” by James Engstrom, Cornell University
Alumna Stephanie Watts Butler (M.S. ’89, Ph.D. ’91) is the recipient of the 2016 Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Achievement Award for her outstanding technical contributions for more than 20 years in the field of engineering.
Grant C. Willson, professor of chemical engineering and chemistry, recently accepted the Japan Prize, one of the most prestigious international awards in science and technology, for his development of a process used to manufacture nearly all of the microprocessors and memory chips worldwide.
The presentation ceremony took place in Tokyo April 24, 2013. … Read the rest »