Berkeley Lab

Sebnem Inceoglu Yilmaz

Sebnem is Foundry industry user and works as Senior Scientist at Nano Hydrophobics. She first became the Molecular Foundry user as a postdoc under the guidance of Prof. Balsara. Her postdoc research involved designing polymeric materials for artificial solar fuel generation with JCAP,bio-fuel production with EBI, advanced thermal insulators with Dow Chemicals and polymer electrolytes for lithium ion […]

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Jon Sack

The Sack laboratory researches the dynamics of biological ion channels, and develops new means to observe and control their behavior. As a User at the Molecular Foundry, his laboratory synthesizes chemical tools for ion channel study that combine biological molecules with optical reporters and nanoparticles.

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Alex Noy

Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Natural Sciences, UC Merced Senior Research Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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Corinne Allen

As a six month multi-facility user, I have become well acquainted with the people and dynamics on three of six floors at the Molecular Foundry. This has allowed me to observe the ongoings and talk to a variety of people about their experiences at the Foundry. Additionally, as a part of the new Cyclotron Road […]

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Kristen Aramthanapon

Kristen Aramthanapon was a User at the Molecular Foundry from 2014-2015, and will continue to be one from 2015-2016. As Chief Technology Officer of Sylvatex Inc. and the principal investigator on both of the user proposals, Kristen has been actively engaged with TMF’s user facilities, and recognizes how valuable it has been to the development […]

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Mary Scott

Mary Scott has been a user at the molecular foundry for 4 years, beginning during her PhD research and continuing into her postdoctoral research. Mary works in structural characterization of nanomaterials via aberration corrected resolution electron microscopy. During her PhD, she worked closely with NCEM staff to develop atomic resolution tomography, ultimately measuring the 3D […]

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