This November, we were pleased to have two new collaborators join the LSME team.
During his studies of applied physics and renewable energy studies, Sebastian Cozma discovered a deep interest in microstructure characterization and analytical techniques. To pursue this interest, Sebastian is beginning a Ph.D. with Prof. Cécile Hébert on segmentation and quantification of STEM EDX spectroscopy and EELS data using innovative machine learning approaches, continuing on from work begun by Hui Chen and former group postdoc Dr Adrien Teurtrie.
Dr Chih-Ying (Vivienne) Hsu joins the LSME as a postdoctoral researcher. Vivienne completed her PhD thesis at the EDF Lab les Renardières, where she focused on quantitative STEM-EDX analyses of intergranular segregation in steels. At the LSME, she will be expanding on her background and enthusiasm for electron microscopy to work with Dr Duncan Alexander on quantified atomic resolution STEM measurements in projects with the Triscone Lab at UNIGE and the Interface Science Department at FHI Berlin.