As scaling continues to be a major drive of research, future developments rely upon electron microscopy to probe the nature of material properties. In the nano-regime, one must explore local atomic structure, chemical composition, and bonding with ultimate spatial resolution. Now that aberration corrected microscopes have blown past the Ångström in resolution, a new level of clarity is available for exploring next-generation materials.
Positions are available at both the graduate student researcher and postdoctoral scholars levels. To find out more, contact Prof. Lebeau.
- Application of aberration-corrected electron microscopy
- Understanding material properties from the atomic structure
- Functional oxides
- Materials for quantum computing
- Energy storage
- Structural materials
- Interfaces between dissimilar materials
- Quantitative atomic resolution microscopy imaging and diffraction
- Automation and Machine Learning applied to microscopy
- Image processing and analysis techniques