Profiles in "Nanotechnology Surface Science" Expertise Area

  • Bennett works in experimental surface science to study ultra-thin films and self-assembled nanostructures.
  • Nemanich's research group has applied advanced microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to characterize the growth and properties of thin film interfaces and nanostructures.
  • Ernst Bauer main contributions are: classification of thin film growth and nucleation mechanisms and his invention in 1962 of the Low Energy Electron Microscopy (LEEM), which came to fruition in 1985.
  • Singh's research focuses on accelerating materials discovery, synthesis, and application using first-principles theory and computations.
  • Materials scientist with interests in linking structural chemistry and thermodynamics of bulk and nano chalcogenides with geological and industrial applications to provide a better understanding of the fundamental principles of the Universe.