News

Thu, 06/23/2022

We're helping to organize a rump session at NAMBE 2022 - on the always-relevant topic of improving MBE equipment reliability. Dr. Ida Sadeghi and Dr. Wouter Mortelmans will moderate the session and it will be fun! We hope to see you there.

Fri, 06/17/2022

Congratulations to Wouter et al. on this new publication reporting SnSe epitaxial growth by MBE, including multiple growth methods/reactors, and a fun new way to measure and control twins. Onward!

Sat, 06/11/2022

Jiahao's work developing a numerical model for resistive switches based on bistable deep levels - that we call defect level switching (DLS) - is now available on the arXiv. Congrats Jiahao on this thoughtful and creative work!

Mon, 06/06/2022

We're happy to welcome Kossi Dohoho to our group, as the newest participant in the GAIN program. Kossi will spend the summer at MIT working on semiconductor optomechanics. Welcome Kossi!

Sat, 06/04/2022

Honoring the life of a highly skilled and deeply good person.

Wed, 05/11/2022

New paper on electronic structure of chalcogenide perovskites, from a large collaboration - thank you to all, and especially to Kevin for leading us on this journey!

Thu, 03/03/2022

Abstract submission is now open for NAMBE 2022. This is a great meeting of folks working on molecular beam epitaxy - top notch science, and a friendly and fun community. I hope to see you there!

Thu, 02/17/2022

Congratulations to Seong Soon Jo on her successful PhD defense and thesis titled "Processing and Optical Uses of
Van der Waals Layered Materials
". You did a fantastic job!

Tue, 12/07/2021

Prof. Jaramillo gave his first live, in-preson presentation since the pandemic at the 2021 Fall MRS, and had some fun with it - see linked video for a love story between the Jaramillo group at the 2DCC.

Thu, 10/14/2021

On Oct 12 I moderated a panel on the topic of "Finding Your Community", hosted by ACerS. Thank you to panelists Paul Evans, Krista Carlson, and Jessica Rimsza. We had a fun and hopefully helpful discussion. The video is now freely available from ACerS on the event webpage.