Where did you study?   I grew up primarily in rural western Pennsylvania. After looking all around, I ultimately chose to do my undergraduate work at Carnegie Mellon University. I actually started as a Chemical Engineering major and after just a semester realized that I did like it and it didn’t like me! For a…

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“Springy” Domain Walls featured in Nature Materials by Daisy Hernandez April 27, 2016 A collaborative effort between MSE at Berkeley, the National Center for Electron Microscopy (NCEM) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory identifies a pathway to produce spring-like response in ferroelectric domain…

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Professor Martin Wins the ACers Coble Award for Young Scholars by Daisy Hernandez April 8, 2016 Professor Lane Martin is the recipient of the 2016 Robert L. Coble Award for Young Scholars from the American Ceramic Society (ACers).  The award recognizes young scholars, below 35 years of age, for outstanding contributions in ceramics research.  The…

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Professor Martin and Colleagues Take Big Step Towards Making Graphene Electronics by Materials Science and Engineering January 29, 2015 In a recent report in the journal Nature Communications, a Berkeley MSE team led by Professor Lane Martin, together with colleagues form the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, have found a way…

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Professor Martin and Colleagues “Speed-up” Ferroelectric Switching by Materials Science and Engineering October 27, 2014 In a recent report in the journal Nature Materials, a Berkeley MSE team including graduate student Ruijuan Xu, postdoctoral researcher Anoop Damodaran, and Professor Lane Martin, together with colleagues form the University of Pennsylvania, have reported on a new type of…

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