High Pressure

Yue Meng is a beamline scientist at HPCAT.

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Yoshio Kono is a Beamline Scientist at HPCAT. He is responsible for developing elastic wave velocity measurement by ultrasonic technique in conjunction with Paris-Edinburgh press and high-pressure synchrotron techniques.

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Curtis Kenney-Benson is a Beamline Associate at HPCAT. His role there includes maintenance of the cryogenic systems, online ruby systems, and sample preparation lab, in addition to direct user support.

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Cheng Ji is a postdoctoral associate at HPCAT. He recieved his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Texas Tech University. His research interests include phase transitions of materials under large shear stress at high pressures and high pressure related synchrotron x-ray techniques.

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Ross Hrubiak is a research scientist at HPCAT working on high-pressure melting studies.

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Richard Ferry is a beamline associate at HPCAT. Prior to joining Carnegie, he worked as the chief technician at Argonne National Laboratory.

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Paul Chow is a beamline scientist. He received a Ph.D. in Physics from University of Illinois and conducted research at the University of Houston. He spent 2 years at BL12XU, the Taiwan Beamline at SPring-8, designing and commissioning a spectrometer for inelastic x-ray scattering.

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Arun Bommannavar is the beamline control scientist at HPCAT. He is responsible for implementing EPICS controls for beamline control and data acquisition. His Ph.D. thesis was on studying Magnetic Relaxation Phenomenon in Ferrites using Mossbauer Spectroscopy.

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Maddury Somayazulu is the CDAC laboratory manager and research scientist at the Geophysical Laboratory.

High Pressure

Washington, DC— Hydrogen is the most-abundant element in the universe. It’s also the simplest—sporting only a single electron in each atom. But that simplicity is deceptive, because there is still so much we have to learn about hydrogen.

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