Rose Marie Haynes, McMorran Lab’s 2017 REU awardee, presented her work developing electron interferometry within thermionic emission Transmission Electron Microscopes. Rose Marie will head back to Seattle University, but continue to collaborate with the McMorran Lab as she works on a publication of her work in Oregon.
Hannah DeVyldere and Matthew Bowden did great on their final REU presentations on Monday. Hannah discussed her work on manipulating nanoparticles inside an electron microscope, and Matthew discussed his work on optimizing electron holograms for sculpting electron beams. It was obvious they enjoyed their projects and made a lot of progress, and they both had some good questions at the end. Good job!
Congratulations to Alex Schachtner, who was awarded NSF REU at University of Florida working in Prof. Andrew Rinzler’s group on Investigation of Solution Processed Channel Layer Materials in Carbon-Nanotube Enabled Vertical Field Effect Transistors.