2019 user

 


User meeting

 

PARADIM, an NSF Materials Innovation Platform, hosted a successful and enlightening 3rd Annual User Meeting and Information Session  in conjunction with the MRS Fall Meeting in Boston. PARADIM provides user facilities for materials by design for both bulk and thin film materials through laboratories at Cornell University, Johns Hopkins University, and Clark Atlanta University (www.paradim.org).

PARADIM resources for bulk and thin film crystal growth, for characterization, and for theory and simulation are available on an open, reviewed proposal basis.

2019 User presentations

 

Darrell

Darrell Schlom, PARADIM Director

User meeting introductions

Jian Shi

Jian Shi, Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute

Remote Epitaxy of Halide Perovskites

Julia Mundy

Julia Mundy, Harvard University

Epitaxial Stabalization of Nicklate Superlattices

John Mitchell

John Mitchell, Argonne National Labs

High pO2 Growth of PrNiO3 Crystals

Karen DeRocher

Karen DeRocher, Northwestern University

Investigation of the Structure and Chemistry of Human Enamel

Charles Eom

Chang-Beom Eom, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Epitaxial Thin Films of Topological Crystalline Insulator Sr3SnO antiperovskite

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User Meeting 2019, Boston, MA

2019 User meeting, Boston