UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Fellow B.S Biology and Chemistry – Temple University Project: Characterization of Au/Ag NanowiresTopics: Electron tomography
Kate got her Bachelors from Carnegie Mellon University in 2015 and Masters degree from University of Cambridge in 2016. She joined Scott lab in fall 2016 as a graduate student. Kate is working on the study of heterogeneity of nanoparticles using machine learning and electron microscopy.Topics: Machine learning, Nanomaterials
Ellis got her B.S degree from UC Berkeley. She joined in Scott lab in 2018 as a graduate student. Ellis studies amorphous materials using a variety of electron microscopy methods, including fluctuation electron microscopy.Topics: Amorphous materials
Bengisu got her Bachelors and Master degrees in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from Middle East Technical University, Turkey. She joined Scott Lab in 2018 as a graduate student. Bengisu’s research interest is investigating amorphous systems by using fluctuation electron microscopy.Topics: Amorphous materials
Yaqian received her Ph.D. in Chemical and Materials Engineering at University of Alberta, Canada. She joined Scott lab in November 2018 as a postdoctoral scholar. Yaqian is working on the study of electrode materials and interfaces in solid-state lithium batteries using advanced electron microscopy.Topics: Electrode materials interfaces study
Christina is an undergraduate in the MSE department at UC Berkeley. Christina joined Scott lab in 2018 and she is working on data analysis using machine learning.Topics: Machine learning
Nic is an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley, majoring in Materials Science. Nic’s research involves phase retrieval methods for electron microscopy.Topics: Algorithm development
Hannah got her Bachelors in Physics from Linfield College. She joined Scott lab in 2018 as a research and development engineer. Hannah is working on Phase Contrast Bright Field Electron Tomography and other tomographic reconstruction methods.