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Langli Luo Begins Post-Doctoral Position with NUANCE

NUANCE is pleased to announce the arrival of the newest member of our staff.  Langli Luo has accepted a post-doc position working with the EPIC facilities in NUANCE.  Dr. Luo received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the State University of New York at Binghamton, in 2012. His thesis was "In situ TEM study of initial stages of Cu and Cu alloy oxidation."

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Dr. Luo is originally from China and his primary research interests include in situ TEM studies of nanostructured materials under
the conditions of heating, gaseous and liquid environment.

Some of Dr. Luo's recent publications include:

1. L. Luo, Y. Kang, Z. Liu, J. C. Yang and G. Zhou, Dependence of the
degree of orientation of copper oxide nuclei on the oxygen pressure
during the initial stages of copper oxidation, Physical Review B,
83(15), 5418, 2011

2. L. Luo, Y. Kang, J. C. Yang and G. Zhou, Effect of gold composition
on the orientations of oxide nuclei during early stages of copper-gold
alloy oxidation, J Appl. Phys., 111, 083533, 2012

3. L. Luo, Y. Kang, J. C. Yang and G. Zhou, Surface orientation effect
on critical oxygen pressure for nucleation of randomly oriented oxides
during early stages of Cu oxidation, Surface Science, 606, 1790, 2012

4. L. Luo, Y. Kang, J. C. Yang and G. Zhou, Influence of the surface
morphology on the early stages of Cu oxidation, Applied Surface
Science, 259, 791, 2012

5. G. Zhou, L. Luo, L. Li, J. Ciston, E. A. Stach, J. C. Yang,
Step-edge induced oxide growth during the oxidation of Cu surfaces,
Physical Review Letter, 109, 235502, 2012