Congratulations to Eleanor Brightbill for completing her PhD! Eleanor will begin working for Exponent later this summer.
You can view Katie’s full publication titled “Graphene synthesized by chemical vapor deposition as a hydrogen isotope permeation barrier” at this link.
Professor Vogel was named the new Director of the Institute for Materials (IMat) at Georgia Tech. More on this can be found here.
Katie’s work, titled In-Cu Alloy Substrates for Low-Temperature Chemical Vapor Deposition of Mo2C, can be viewed at this link.
Congratulations Cooper for proposing your work titled “An Investigation of the Role of Defects in the Thin-Film Synthesis Mechanism and Functional Properties of α-In2Se3.”
Katie’s work, titled Measurement of gas-concentration-driven permeation for the examination of permeability, solubility, and diffusivity in varying materials, can be viewed at this link.
Moses joins the Vogel Group to get his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering. Moses studied Physics at Texas A&M University – Commerce for his bachelors degree.
Pradip has finished his post-doc at Georgia Tech and has moved on to start a teaching position at Georgia Southern University. More on Pradip can be found at this link.
Congrats to Amy who just proposed her thesis work titled “Area-Selective Deposition of Gate Stack Materials for Fabrication of Nanowire Transistors” from the comfort of her own home!
Matt proposed his work titled “Fundamental Investigation of the Thermal Field on the Analog Response in Filamentary Adaptive Oxides for Neuromorphic Computing” from the comfort of his home and with his favorite co-worker.
Katie’s work, titled The synthesis mechanism of Mo2C on Ag-Cu alloy substrates by chemical vapor deposition and the impact of substrate choice, can be viewed at this link.
Pradip’s work, titled Substrate dependent resistive switching in amorphous-HfOx memristors: an experimental and computational investigation, can be viewed at this link.
Matt’s work, titled Impact of the thermal environment on the analog temporal response of HfOx-based neuromorphic devices, can be viewed at this link.