At lunar takeoff, this tanker would mass tons, but since it is taking off in lunar gravity, it would effectively weigh only about 62 tons. The composite propellant tanks, similar to what will be used for the BFR, would probably mass only 20 tons, leaving 2 tons for the engines, 2 tons for the landing legs, and 6 tons for the rest of the structure, including the cryo-coolers, sunshade and power system. This provides a structural mass fraction of 8.
He focusses his microscopy work to provide quantitative understanding of deformation and structure in crystalline materials. He works on developing new microscopy modalities, especially within the scanning electron microscope, and contributes to developments of the high angular resolution electron backscatter diffraction HR-EBSD technique.
He can also often be found on twitter as bmatb. Her postdoc was at A. She then joined the National Center for Electron Microscopy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where she imaged anodic etching of Si and domain walls in ferroelectrics, as well as coordinating users of several of the microscopes.
Her interests include liquid cell microscopy, epitaxy, nanowires, quantum dots, electrodeposition and thin film properties. PS2 - Carbon-based materials and 2D structures Prof. From untilshe worked as scientific assistant at the Jena University in the field of transmission electron microscopy on semiconductors, mainly SiC, and finished with the habilitation in Since she is a full professor at Ulm University and head of the group of materials science electron microscopy.
She is the scientific director of the SALVE project and focussed on the development of the unique chromatic and spherical aberration-corrected TEM to unravel the crystallographic and electronic properties of low-dimensional materials on the level of the single atoms.
PS3 - Thin films, coatings and surfaces Chairs: The materials that he has been working on range from metallic compounds, engineering alloys, to advanced functional materials, in which atomic mapping and high-resolution spectroscopy are of the major concern.
His current research focuses on design, epitaxial fabrication, and atomic mapping of heteroepitaxial oxides, particularly interface-induced novel phenomena in ferroelectric thin films.
Ma has published over papers in well-known journals and co-authored 2 books. Ma also serves as the vice-president of Chinese Electron Microscopy Society. PS4 - Metals and alloys Prof. His research interest mainly focuses on developing novel electron microscopy tools and instruments for atomic scale and multi-scale in situ experiments on structural and functional materials.
His interests also include multi-scale mechanical-microscopy characterization and related device fabrication for energy, environment, corrosion and oxidation effects, information, structural and biomedical applications.
The elasticity and plasticity mechanisms, high strength yet ductile structural materials, energy related materials and physics and catalysis materials. He is a professor of Monash University.
His current research interests cover physical metallurgy of magnesium and aluminium alloys, applications of scanning transmission electron microscopy in materials characterization, and processing-microstructure-property relationships in light alloys.
He has published one book, one book chapter and over papers based on results obtained from imaging and diffraction techniques of electron microscopy. He also edited proceedings of several major international conferences.
PS5 - Ceramics and inorganic composites Prof. Crozier is a professor of materials in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy and is chair of the materials graduate program at Arizona State University.
He develops and applies advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques to problems related to energy and the environment with special emphasis on electroceramics and catalytic materials.- Solar Photovoltaic Cells Solar energy is a general term referring to any process that turns sunlight into energy.
Two common forms of solar energy are used today: Solar photovoltaic cells and solar thermal technology. Photovoltaic (PV) solar electricity systems have captured a lot of interest as the system components have grown more mature, capable, and reliable.
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The photovoltaic (PV) industry is in rapid growth and a large supply of PV feedstock materials must be provided to maintain this growth. Since silicon is still the dominant material for the fabrication of solar cells, low-cost solar-grade silicon (SoG-Si) feedstock is demanded.
SOLAR ENERGY CONVERSION AND CONTROL USING ORGANIC PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the Department of Physics and Astronomy. ENHANCING THE PHOTOVOLTAIC EFFICIENCY OF A BULK HETEROJUNCTION ORGANIC SOLAR CELL A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the Department of Chemistry.