Author: pinshane

Themis Inauguration

The Materials Research Lab is holding an inaugural event on Dec 11 for our new aberration-corrected Themis Z scanning transmission electron microscope. More info at: https://mrl.illinois.edu/events/themis-inauguration…

Pinshane Huang named as a ‘Highly Cited Researcher”

Pinshane is named a “highly cited researcher” by Clarivate Analytics for 2018.  This list recognizes researchers who are authors on multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year in Web of Science.…

Boron Arsenide research published in 2 Science articles

Student Yinchuan Lv’s research on cubic boron arsenide was published in two articles in Science, which can be accessed here and here. The papers demonstrate a new class of materials with unconventionally high thermal conductivity.

 

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Graduate Student Openings 2018

We have openings for PhD students starting in August 2018. Postdoc applications are also welcome. Contact Pinshane (pyhuang at illinois dot edu) for more information.…

Pinshane Wins Packard Fellowship

Prof.  Pinshane Huang wins the prestigious Packard Fellowship, a distinction awarded to 18 of the most promising early career scientists in the nation.…

Yinchuan Lv passes his qualifying exam

Physics Graduate Student Yinchuan Lv passes his qualifying exam.  Congratulations!…

Graduate students Chia-Hao Lee and Edmund Han join the lab

Graduate students Chia-Hao Lee and Edmund Han join the lab in Fall 2017. Welcome!…

Illinois MRSEC funded

Blanka Janicek receives National Science Foundation Honorable Mention

Graduate student Blanka Janicek receives an Honorable Mention from the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Congratulations! …

Research featured at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry

Our research will be featured at the “Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond” exhibit at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry! The exhibit showcases the breathtaking images of 2D materials taken by Pinshane and talks about the intersection of science and art in electron microscopy.…