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Dong Su

CFN scientist Dong Su in the control room of the aberration-corrected scanning transmission electron microscope (Hitachi HD2700C). On the computer screens are images of the platinum-based nanoplates that Su and his collaborators developed. The nanoplates have a thick, ordered shell of platinum that surrounds a platinum and lead alloyed core. This special structure is thought to be behind the high catalytic activity and stability of the nanoplates.

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Awards and Honors

Service Awards

  • 5-Year Service Award: Mingzhao Liu, Staff Scientist, Interface Science and Catalysis

Comings and Goings

New Hires

  • Judy Badal, Senior Administrative Services Assistant, CFN User Office
  • Chunli Ma, Research Associate, Soft and Bio Nanomaterials
  • Ramya Raghunathan, Research Associate, Electronic Nanomaterials
  • Samuel Tenney, Assistant Chemist, Interface Science and Catalysis

New Alumni

  • Marco Cordeiro, Research Associate, Electron Microscopy 
  • James Dickerson, Assistant Director, Center for Functional Nanomaterials
  • Andreas Liapis, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Electronic Nanomaterials
  • Viet Hung Pham, Postdoctoral Research Associate of James Dickerson
  • Christopher Ruggiero, Technical Specialist, Operations

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