News and Announcements
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GSECARS scientists are organizing a HP science session at the 2024 AOGS Annual Meeting in Pyeongchang, South Korea (June 23-28) to reach out to the Asian HP community and provide updates regarding the latest HP scientific developments at GSECARS
GSE beamline scientist Young Jay Ryu gave lectures on Raman and Brillouin spectroscopy to students at Hanyang University.
The Slab in the Lab: Simulating deep-focus earthquakes through transformational faulting at high pressure and temperature in olivine analogues. Hosted by Tim Officer of GSECARS, University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory.
GSECARS beamline scientist Stella Chariton presented, “High Pressure Measurement with X-rays” at the 2023 NXS School.
Maksim Yakovlev is our new Postdoctoral Scholar and will be working with Mark Rivers in the GSE Tomography Program.
By recreating HP/HT 1800 mi below the Earth’s surface, scientists at GSECARS have discovered an intriguing phenomenon.
Intern Jeremy Zhao worked on Transformational Faulting for Deep-focus Earthquakes with GSE staff Yanbin Wang and Tim Officer. Jeremy will attend U Chicago this fall.
GSECARS summer student Brian Nicolellis, an upcoming senior at IL State majoring in computer science, will be working with the CARS IT Group under Charlie Smith and Chris Skordas.
Solid-State Pathway Control via Reaction-Directing Heteroatoms: Ordered Pyridazine Nanothreads through Selective Cycloaddition
Samuel G. Dunning, Li Zhu, Bo Chen, Stella Chariton, Vitali B. Prakapenka, Maddury Somayazulu, Timothy A. Strobel, “Solid-State Pathway Control via Reaction-Directing Heteroatoms: Ordered Pyridazine Nanothreads through Selective Cycloaddition,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 144 (5), 2073-2078 (2022). DOI: 10.1021/jacs.1c12143
GSE beamline scientist Tony Lanzirotti gave a virtual tour to Prof. Zach Dowdy and his science journalism class from Stony Brook University showing the students how synchrotron radiation is used in earth and planetary science research.
Students from Mundelein High School participated in the ANL Exemplary Student Research Program conducting an experiment at 13 IDE, “Using X-Ray Fluorescence and Absorption Spectroscopy to Analyze The Relationship Between Particulate Matter And The Environment Through Factors Of Metal Type And Particle Size”.
Students from The University of Chicago Lab HS participated in the ANL Exemplary Student Research Program conducting an experiment at 13 IDE, “Using particulates on honeybees and in their byproducts as a measure of local pollution”.