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Prof. Dickerson has been featured in a recent article, entitled BNL's James Dickerson: facilitating nanotechnology.  Check it out!

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Prof. Dickerson just recently Guest Edited the Journal of the Electrochemical Society’s Focus Issue on Electrophoretic Deposition (http://jes.ecsdl.org/content/162/11.toc).  This collection of articles on EPD features many of the cutting-edge trends in the field.

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Monolayer Ticker

A new article on nanoparticle monolayer formation, led by Alex Krejci, was published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces.

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Shalom and Jyotishka have had their manuscript on electrochemical separation of carbon nanotube films published by the Journal of the Electrochemical Society. Congratulations Jyotishka and Shalom!

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Our article on iron oxide nanoparticle monolayer formation by electrophoretic deposition was published by ACS Materials and Interfaces.

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Hardcover versions of Electrophoretic Deposition of Nanomaterials can be accessed via the 'Read Article' link below.

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The Spring 2012 MRS Conference was a great success.  Prof. Dickerson presented an Invited Talk on our Rare Earth Nanoparticles.  He also will be the Editor of the YY:Rare-Earth-Materials Section of the MRS Conference Proceedings.

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Article on graphene oxide films published in ACS Nano.

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Weidong He has finished his PhD with us. Congratulations, Weidong, and best of luck at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory!

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Dr. Suseela Somarajan successfully defends her PhD dissertation. Congratulations Suseela!

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Prof. Dickerson is awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER Award!

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Postdoctoral Scientists:

Dr. Isabel Gonzalo-Juan

Dr. Isabel Gonzalo-Juan

Graduate Students:

Dr. Dustin W. Kavich
Dr. Sameer V. Mahajan

Dr. Sameer V. Mahajan

Senior Engineer, Intel Corp., Phoenix, Arizona

Alex Krejci

Dr. Alex Krejci

Instructor, SUNY Korea-Stony Brook University
Alex Krejci received a B.S. in physics from the University of Kansas. He graduated with his PhD from Vanderbilt University in 2013. During his PhD studies, he developed a method to controlably deposit single layers of nanoparticles using electrophoretic deposition. Alex also enjoys teaching; he has tutored for many years and has worked as a TA for introductory physics courses.

Junhao Lin

Mr. Junhao Lin

Undergraduate Students:

Max Osmulski

Max Osmulski

Max Osmulski is a sophomore physics major who has worked in the Dickerson Group for the past 1.5 years. His research interests have focused on the synthesis and characteristics of magnetic EuS and Eu2O2S nanocrystals and the synthesis and thin film deposition of Te nanocrystals.

High School Students:

Justine Hart

Ms. Justine Hart

University of Iowa Undergraduate

Shalom Rottman-Yang

Shalom Rottman-Yang is a high school senior at Hume-Fogg Magnet School. He joined the Dickerson Group as a participant in the School for Science and Mathematics at Vanderbilt. Along with Jyotisha Biswas, Shalom has worked on the electrophoretic deposition of carbon nanotube films and has published a first author manuscript on the subject.

 

 

 

Jyotishka Biswas

Jyotishka Biswas is a high school senior at Hume-Fogg Magnet School. He joined the Dickerson Group as a participant in the School for Science and Mathematics at Vanderbilt. Along with Shalom Rottman-Yang, Jyotishka has worked on the electrophoretic deposition of carbon nanotube films and has published a first author manuscript on the subject.


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