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Characterization of Nanostructured Materials

Sunil K. Sinha

Sunil K. Sinha

Department of Physics, University of San Diego, USA

Sunil Sinha is a Professor of Physics at the University of California San Diego and holds a joint appointment with LANSCE Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He was previously Associate Director of the Experimental Facilities Division at the Advanced Photon Source. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from Cambridge University and has also served as Group Leader in Neutron Scattering at Argonne National Laboratory, Group Leader of X-ray Scattering at Brookhaven National Laboratory and Senior Research Associate at Exxon Corporate Research Laboratories. His research interests have centered on the use of synchrotron x-ray scattering and Neutron Scattering techniques to study the structure and dynamics of various condensed matter systems. His most recent work has been concerned with scattering from surfaces and thin films, including polymeric films, biomembranes, magnetic films; and with diffuse scattering from bulk single crystals of complex oxides, such as the manganites and high temperature superconductors.\n

Speaking in the special symposium on Nanoscale Characterization.


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