Argonne National Laboratory

Experts Guide

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John Arrington

John Arrington joined the Medium Energy Physics group in 1998 and is interested in understanding the quark/gluon structure of matter. His experiments utilize scattering of relatively high energy particles from protons, neutrons and nuclei to study their internal structure.

December 11, 2013
Jeffrey R. Guest

Jeffrey Guest explores electronic, magnetic, optical properties of matter on nanometer length scales using ultrahigh vacuum scanning probe microscopy and ‘single particle’ laser spectroscopy techniques. He also studies and develops new ways of measuring and controlling mechanical motion of nanofabricated and self-assembled nanoscale systems.

January 27, 2014
Sven Leyffer

Sven Leyffer is an internationally recognized leader in numerical optimization, with major accomplishments in three distinct hot-topic areas: nonlinearly constrained optimization, mixed-integer nonlinear optimization, and optimization problems with equilibrium constraints. In all three areas, he has made fundamental contributions to the theoretical foundations; developed state-of-the-art methods and robust implementations; and promoted novel applications, many of pivotal importance to the DOE.

May 12, 2014
Jason Croy

Jason R. Croy is a materials scientist in the Electrochemical Energy Storage Department of the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division at Argonne National Laboratory. His work focuses on the synthesis of novel cathode materials for lithium ion batteries as well as advanced characterization utilizing synchrotron radiation to elucidate atomic-scale, structure-property relationships in complex materials.

August 1, 2015
Maria K. Y. Chan

Chan is a scientist with the Center for Nanoscale Materials and a Computation Institute Fellow who studies nanomaterials and renewable energy materials, including solar cells and batteries and other energy storage.

August 4, 2016