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  • Christopher Kemper Ober Christopher Kemper Ober

    Advanced materials

    Christopher Kemper Ober is the Francis Bard Professor of Materials Engineering at Cornell University. After several years in industry at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, Ober arrived to Cornell as an Assistant Professor in 1986. His research is focused on lithography, patterning, the biology materials interface and control of surface structure in thin films.  

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  • R. Bruce van Dover Robert B. van Dover

    Advanced materials

    R. Bruce van Dover received his Ph.D. degree (1980) in Applied Physics from Stanford University following a B.S. degree (1974) in Electrical Engineering/Engineering Physics from Princeton University. He then joined Bell Laboratories, (Murray Hill, NJ) where he conducted basic research in the science and technology of superconducting, magnetic, and electronic materials and devices. In 2002 he joined Cornell University as a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering to more fully engage his interest in undergraduate and graduate education He has been highly productive during his career with over 250 research publications, book chapters, and encyclopedia articles, and 69 US and foreign Patents. He has lectured on these materials in Europe, Japan, and across the US at many universities and topical conferences, as well as for general audiences. His leadership role is evidenced by the over 13,000 citations to his work, with an h-index of 50 (i.e., 50 publications with at least 50 citations). His research currently focusses on synthesis and characterization of thin films, developing and using high-throughput techniques for the discovery of ionic conductors, fuel cell catalysts and other energy-related materials. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Fellow of the American Physical Society, and currently as Director of the Cornell Department of Materials Science and Engineering. 

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  • Robert J. Cava Robert J. Cava

    Advanced materials

    Robert Joseph Cava (born 1951) is a solid-state chemist at Princeton University where he holds the title Russell Wellman Moore Professor of Chemistry. Previously, Professor Cava worked as a staff scientist at Bell labs from 1979–1996, where earned the title of Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff. As of 2016 his research investigates topological insulators, semimetals, superconductors, frustrated magnets and thermoelectrics.

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  • Wolfgang H. Sachse Wolfgang H. Sachse

    Advanced materials

    Wolfgang Sachse earned B. S. degree in physics at Penn State and M. S.E. and Ph.D. degrees in mechanics and materials from Johns Hopkins University. Before joining the Cornell faculty in 1970, he was a German Academic Exchange and Humboldt Fellow at the RWTH Aachen. At Cornell he is the Meinig Family Professor of Engineering and a member of the graduate fields of Mechanical Engineering, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and Materials Science and Engineering. He has held visiting appointments at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and was Nippon Steel Endowed Chair Professor at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Tokyo in 1993.

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  • Michael Olgar Thompson Michael Olgar Thompson

    Advanced materials

    Prof. Michael Thompson received his B.S. in Applied Physics from CalTech in 1979 and M.S./Ph.D degrees in Applied and Engineering Physics from Cornell. For the past 28 years, his group's research has focused on the behavior of semiconductor materials under pulsed and CW laser exposure. He is coauthor on more than 120 papers and over 20 patents.

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  • Nicole Benedek Nicole Benedek

    Advanced materials

    Dr. Benedek received her BS in Chemistry (with First Class Honors) and PhD in Chemistry and Applied Physics, both from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Her doctoral work focused on first-principles theoretical studies of bonding and intermolecular interactions in a class of mixed organic-inorganic molecular crystals. As a postdoctoral fellow at Imperial College London, she studied the structures of grain boundaries in complex oxides and developed a computational technique for predicting the atomic-scale structures of interfaces. Dr. Benedek continued her work on complex oxides as a postdoctoral fellow in Applied Physics at Cornell, where among other things, she discovered a new route to achieve electric field-control of the magnetization in a class of layered perovskite oxides. The Benedek group uses first-principles theoretical techniques to explore and solve fundamental problems in the solid-state chemistry of complex oxides and to elucidate the structural basis of the transport properties (ionic and thermal, primarily) of oxides.

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  • Eugenia Kumacheva Eugenia Kumacheva

    Advanced materials

    Eugenia Kumacheva received her M.Sc. degree from the Institute of Chemical Technology (now Technical University) in Saint Petersburg (Russia). She did her Ph.D. research in Physical Chemistry of Polymers at the Institute of Physical Chemistry (Russian Academy of Science). After PhD defence, she joined the Department of Chemistry at the Moscow State University.Eugenia Kumacheva serves or served on Advisory Boards of the Brookhaven National Laboratory (USA), and the Triangle Materials Science and Engineering Center (USA), RIKEN Institute (Japan), Leibnitz Institute for Interactive Materials (Germany), Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (Germany), and Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (Germany). She serves on the European Research Council Chemistry comittee and is a member of the New Fellows Committee of the Royal Society (U.K.). She is an Associate Editor of Science Advances.

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  • Roberta Flemming Roberta Flemming

    Advanced materials

    Professor Roberta Flemming and her research group study a variety of mineralogical and geological problems using a combination of crystallography, mineral chemistry and spectroscopy. Observations made from synthetic minerals produced at high temperatures and pressures in the laboratory, and from natural minerals found in Earth and planetary materials, are used to understand changes in mineral structure, chemistry, cation distribution, solid-solubility, and phase transition behaviour in response to changes in pressure, temperature, and composition (P-T-X), on Earth and other planetary bodies. Flemming employs a variety of techniques, including X-ray diffraction and microdiffraction, Rietveld refinement of diffraction data, electron probe microanalysis (EPMA), and a variety of spectroscopic techniques, including solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).

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  • Elisabeth J. Nicol Elisabeth J. Nicol

    Advanced materials

    Lecturer, McMaster University, 1991 Postdoctoral Fellow, McMaster University, 1991-1992 NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1992-1994 Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, University of Guelph, 1994-1999 Associate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Guelph, 1999-2004 Full Professor, Department of Physics, University of Guelph, 2004-present

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  • Harry Atwater Harry Atwater

    Advanced materials

    Harry A. Atwater, Jr. is a Howard Hughes Professor and Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science at the California Institute of Technology. Since 2014 he is the editor-in-chief of the journal ACS Photonics, published by the American Chemical Society.[1] His research interests center around two interwoven research themes: photovoltaics and solar energy; and plasmonics and optical metamaterials. Atwater and his group have been active in photovoltaics research for more than 20 years. They have created new photovoltaic devices, including the silicon wire array solar cell, and layer-transferred fabrication approaches to III-V semiconductor III-V and multijunction cells, as well as making advances in plasmonic light absorber structures for III-V compound and silicon thin films. His research group’s developments in the solar and plasmonics field have been featured in Scientific American and in research papers in Science, Nature Materials, Nature Photonics and Advanced Materials.

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