Huey Research Group Recognized by the Journal Nanotechnology

Three-dimensional histogram of the silver-particle count and radius as a function of time, based on data from the photodissolution images

Three-dimensional histogram of the silver-particle count and radius as a function of time, based on data from the photodissolution images

Dr. Bryan Huey, Ph.D. candidate Vincent Palumbo, and the Huey research group of the UConn Materials Science and Engineering department have all been recognized by the journal Nanotechnology for their recent research. The article, entitled “Direct Investigation of Silver Photodissolution Dynamics and Reversibility in Arsenic Trisulphide Thin Films by Atomic Force Microscopy”, is the result of research conducted in collaboration with faculty at Lehigh University. The paper was published in the March issue and has been highlighted as a featured article on the Nanotechnology website, which can be accessed here (http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/lab/53292).

Dr. Bryan Huey has been a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Connecticut since 2004. For the 2011-2012 academic year Dr. Huey was the VELUX Visiting Professor at the Villum Foundation of the iNANO Institute at Aarhus University in Denmark. In 2007 he was named the MSE Outstanding Faculty Member for teaching, research and service. We congratulate Dr. Huey and his team for their recognition. 

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Published: June 10, 2013

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