Barnaby Levin

Dr Barnaby Levin

Postdoctoral Scholar
Crozier Group
Arizona State University

Ph.D. Cornell University, 2017.
MPhys (Undergraduate), University of Oxford.
Email: Barnaby Levin
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Smaller than the space between atoms: The technology behind the highest-resolution microscope image

A new detector technology lets us more than double the resolution of our electron microscope, resolving features 0.4 Angstoms apart. With a record resolution well below the shortest bond length, finding a good test object was a challenge. Twisted bilayers of two-dimensional molybdenum sulfide gave us the world's smallest ruler - where the projected distance between atoms could be made arbitrarily small.

Electron Ptychography of 2D Materials to Deep Sub-Ångström Resolution

 Y. Jiang, Z. Chen, Y. Han, P. Deb, H. Gao, S. Xie, P. Purohit, M. W. Tate, J. Park, S. M. Gruner, V. Elser, and D. A. Muller. “Electron Ptychography of 2D Materials to Deep Sub-Ångström Resolution” Nature 559, no. 7714 (2018): 343–349. doi:10.1038/s41586-018-0298-5.

Kayla Nguyen wins Lemelson-MIT Prize

 
Congratulations to Kayla, “Use it!” Lemelson-MIT Prize Winner for her work on the Electron Microscope Pixel Array Detector (EMPAD) and airSTEM!
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Gabriela Correa awarded Department of Energy fellowship

Cornell University graduate student awarded Department of Energy fellowship
Ames, Iowa (September 18, 2017)
 

Muller Group aids discovery of high-def electron pathways in soil

The Muller group has helped to discover previously unknown electron transfer pathways in Biochar in soil, which may be vital for soil microorganisms. The cross-disciplinary study was led by Tianran Sun and Johannes Lehmann from Cornell's Department of Crop and Soil Sciences. Read more at the Cornell Chronicle! http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/03/researchers-discover-high-de...

New electron microscope sees more than an image

Read about the Electron Microscope Pixel Array Detector (EMPAD) in the Cornell Chronicle!
"like taking a photograph of a sunset that showed both details on the surface of the sun and the details of darkest shadows”
http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/03/new-electron-microscope-sees...

Muller Group Student Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Gabriela Calinao Correa was selected to receive a 2017 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship!

Watch Prof. Muller on PBS in Nova's Treasures of the Earth!

Watch Prof. Muller explain the behaviour of gold atoms on Nova's Treasures of the Earth: Metals on PBS!
Warning: The narrator may have decided to call me Mewler.
 

Using Science To Save Art. Barnaby Levin receives Student Scholar Award at M&M 2016.

Microscopy and Microanalysis 2016, Columbus Ohio: Barnaby Levin receives a Student Scholar Award for his abstract: "Reverse Engineering Cadmium Yellow Paint from Edvard Munch's "The Scream" with Correlative 3-D Spectroscopic and 4-D Crystallographic STEM". The abstract describes how we're combining spectroscopy and 4D-STEM to reveal the nanoscale structure of paint from Edvard Munch's masterpiece, The Scream (c. 1910, Munch Museet, Oslo, Norway). Our work is being done in collaboration with scientists at the University of Delaware, and at the Munch Museum in Norway.

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