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Our Sci Adv paper was highlighted by the DOE Office of Science, “Stretched to the Limit and Sparkling on Curved Surfaces,”

Happy new year! Our work was among ORNL’s top-10 most read news stories of 2019: Top 10 of 2019 Technology – /Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Dept. of Energy ORNL scientists make fundamental discovery to creating…

Kai Xiao participated on a CAREER panel review for EPMD (Electronics, Photonics and Magnetic Devices) program, NSF, Alexandria, VA, October 28-29, 2019. — Nov 18, 2019 3:29:31 PM

Congratulation the team on publishing the invited review “Synthesis and emerging properties of 2D layered III-VI metal chalcogenides” on Applied Physics Review as Editor’s Picks paper.

Congratulations Yiyi on receiving the Student Poster Awards at 2019 CNMS User Meeting!

Call for papers for JMR Focus issue: Heterogeneity in Beyond Graphene 2D Materials

Call for papers for JMR Focus issue: Heterogeneity in Beyond Graphene 2D Materials. The Guest Editors are: Kai Xiao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA Zakaria Y. Al Balushi, University of California, Berkeley, USA Sefaattin Tongay, Arizona State University, USA

Congratulation on Akin’s graduation!

Congratulations on Akin’s graduation! So happy to share in the excitement of his graduation day. He is well deserved the awards below: The Derek Austin High Impact Award, Bredesen Center, UTK, May 2018 MRS Graduate Student Award, Materials Research Society, Fall MRS 2017, Boston CNMS Distinguished Scientific Paper of the Year, ORNL, November 2017 Best […]

ORNL Highlight: 2D crystals conforming to 3D curves create strain for engineering quantum devices.

Our work about the Real-time study of the order-to-disorder transformation of organic cations in hybrid perovskites was published in Advanced Materials and highlighted at SNS News. Neutrons Provide Insights into Increased Performance for Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells

Our work was highlighted by Shannon Brescher Shea, a Senior Writer/Editor in the Office of Science of US Department of Energy (DOE) in article “Sniffing Out the Foundational Science of Sensors”.

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