Awards & Scholarships

2020 M&M Student Scholars

Below are listed M&M Student Scholars funded by MSA.

 

Avi Auslender — Tel Aviv University
Measuring the Mean Inner Potential of AL2O3Sapphire Using Off-Axis Electron Holography

Kaustav Chatterjee — Indiana University, Bloomington
Nanoscale Investigation of Layered Oxychloride Intergrowth Photocatalysts for Visible Light Driven Water Splitting

Debaditya Chatterjee — University of Wisconsin, Madison
Electron Correlation Microscopy Measurements of Metallic Glass Surface Dynamics

Yana Danilova — Lomonosov Moscow State University
Electron Tomography Revealed Compact DNA in the Nucleus-like Compartment, Formed in the Bacterial Cell During Infection by the PhiKZ Bacteriophage

William Huang — Stanford University
Resolving Nanoscopic and Mesoscopic Heterogeneity in Battery Solid-Electrolyte Interphases by Cryogenic Electron Microscopy

Joseph Kim — University of Wisconsin, Madison
A New in situ Neuronal Model for Cryo-ET

Daria Koshkina — Moscow State University
Gossypol can Destabilize Chromatin: Analysis by spFRET Microscopy

Philipp Muscher — Stanford University
Electrochemistry in an MeV UED System: The Structural Dynamics of in situ Lithium-intercalated WTe2

Prudhvi Ram Peri — Arizona State University
Plasma enhanced atomic layer-etched and regrown GaN-on-GaN high power p-ndiodes

Jacob Pietryga — University of Michigan
3D Visualization of Nanoscale Tomography using Holographic Displays

Stephanie Ribet* — Northwestern University
Multimodal Characterization of the Oleophilic Hydrophobic Magnetic (OHM) Sponge: A Nanocomposite Material for Oil Spill Remediation
*Raleigh and Clara Miller Award

Debadarshini Samantaray — Indian Institute of Science—Bangalore
Axial-Radial Heterostructures of Telluride Nanowire

Jinsol Seo — Sungkyunkwan University
Direct Mapping of Oxygen Vacancy and Ti-Valence Change during Surface Reconstruction of SrTiO3(001) at High Temperatures by In-situ Ptychography and EELS

Katherine Sytwu — Stanford University
Enabling Kinetically-unfavorable Phase Transformation Mechanisms with Plasmonics

Cammy Truong — University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Combining Scanning Electron Microscopy and Light Microscopy to Study How Blood Cell Directed-Architecture Influences Nanoparticle Penetration into Clots

Mei Wang — The University of Maryland
Establishing Flask-Relevant Reaction Conditions for Imaging Bimetallic Nanocrystal Formation with Liquid Phase Transmission Electron Microscopy

Michael Xu — Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Revealing Nanoscale Order and Strain in Lightweight FeMnAlC Steel Alloys with Atomic-resolution STEM

Zhili Yu — Baylor College of Medicine
In situ Investigations of the Bacterial Type II Secretion System

Steven Zeltmann — University of California, Berkeley
Denoising of Sparse Three- and Four-dimensional Hyperspectral Electron Microscopy Data Using a Total Variational Method

Chi Zhang — Northwestern University
Identification of Structure and Chemical Occupancy of Emerging Complex Compounds via Analytical Electron Microscopy