News

Tue, 09/08/2020

Our new paper "Discovery of highly polarizable semiconductors BaZrS3 and Ba3Z2S7" just appeared in Physical Review Materials, where is it is a Rapid Communication and an Editors' Suggestion". Congrats to Stephen and our terrific collaborators!

Wed, 08/12/2020

We're happy to announce the launch of a new course on the edX platform: 3.012Tx Thermodynamics of Materials. This is our core undergraduate course in thermodynamics, adapted from 3.012 as taught by Prof. Jaramillo since 2015. We hope it becomes a useful learning resource for students worldwide...

Sun, 08/09/2020

Student in 3.046 Thermodynamic of Materials in the Spring 2020 term, sent away from campus because of covid-19, making the best of things by demonstrating thermoelasticity at home.

Tue, 08/04/2020

Goodbye to our postdoc Dr. Maryam Salehi - we will miss you. Congrats and good luck in your new adventure in California.

Thu, 07/02/2020

Our new manuscript on the kinetics and atomistic details of native oxide formation on MoS2 and Zr(S,Se)2 is now on the arXiv. Congrats to Seong Soon and to our great team of collaborators.

Thu, 07/02/2020

Our newest paper on TiS2 thin film processing appears today in Advanced Functional Materials. Congratulations Yifei!

Wed, 07/01/2020

Our new review paper on refractive uses of layered materials for integrated photonics is now available on the arXiv. Congrats Akshay, Seong Soon, and Yifei!

Fri, 06/19/2020

We're pleased to announce a new symposium to be held at the 2021 MRS Spring Meeting in Seattle, WA: Symposium EL03, Emerging Ionic Semiconductors - Research and Applications. Check out the call for abstracts, and consider submitting one - and see you in Seattle.

Fri, 06/19/2020

Our new paper "Discovery of highly-polarizable semiconductors BaZrS3 and Ba3Zr2S7" is now on the arXiv - congrats Stephen! Many thanks to all of our great collaborators on this effort.

Tue, 05/19/2020

Our new paper "Defect Level Switching for Highly-Nonlinear and Hysteretic Electronic Devices" is now on the arXiv. Congrats Allan on a job very well done!