Welcome to the Salmeron group
The research in the group of Professor Miquel Salmeron is centered on the nanometer scale mechanical, chemical and physical properties of surfaces and interfaces.
The group currently consists of 4 post docs, 10 graduate and undergraduate students and 0 visiting professors and students.
You can read more about the research activities in the Salmeron group by clicking on the images below:
News and highlights
Congratulations to Xiaofeng (again)!Xiaofeng is the recipient of the "Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad" of 2012. The Award ceremony took place at the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco on Friday April 5th. See the pictures here.
Congratulations to Xiaofeng and Wei Bao!At the MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, Wei won a gold a medal and Xiaofeng a silver medal at the "Grad Student Award Competition".
Congratulations to Wei Bao for getting published in Science!The title of the paper is "Mapping Local Charge Recombination Heterogeneity by Multidimensional Nanospectroscopic Imaging."
Congratulations to Sara!
Congratulations to Sophie!
Mahati was elected to the ALS User Executive committee as the Student representative.
New term will start in January 2013.
| Congrats to Alex!
Alex successfully passed his qualification exam on Monday, 5th November
| Congrats to Mahati!
Mahati won the First prize of the Student Poster Competition, at the ALS User Meeting (2012).
| MRS Medal awarded to Miquel!
"For his contribution to the molecular level understanding of material
surfaces under ambient conditions of gas pressure and temperature made
possible by the development and application of Scanning Tunneling
Microscopy and Ambient Pressure Photo-Electron Spectroscopy, which
revealed the chemical structure of liquid surfaces, catalysts and
nanoparticles during environmental reaction conditions"
"Revealing Correlation of Valence State with Nanoporous Structure in Cobalt Catalyst Nanoparticles by in situ Environmental TEM."
"Water Splits Epitaxial Graphene and Intercalates"
Materials Sciences Division
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