Collaborations

ICAM-I2CAM scientists work together to advance our understanding of frontier sciences and explore new possibilities in research. Below is a list of the many collaborations and exchanges that have taken place through ICAM-I2CAM sponsored support and exchange awards.

2013-2014

Matias Rafti

Synthesis and characterization of Crystalline Microporous Coordination Polymers with applications to liquid phase separations

Research Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physical Chemistry, La Plata, Argentina – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Weilu Zhang

Electronic Raman spectroscopy Study on Iron-based Superconductor LiFeAs

Chinese Academy of Sciences – Rutgers University

Natalie Jaschke

Dortmund University – University of California, Davis

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2012-2013

Maxim Dzero

Theoretical approach to topological Kondo insulators

Kent State University – Karlsruhe Institute

Khansaa Essa

Junior Scientist Exchange Award
Surface energy of nanometals (such as copper, iron)

University of Jordan – University of California, Davis

Prashant Jain

Multiferroic Magnetoelectric Hybrid Inorganic‐Organic Frameworks

Los Alamos National Laboratory – Kyoto University

Hassan Masoud

Harnessing Self‐Oscillating Gels to Design Active Soft Matter Systems

New York University – Princeton University

Jennifer Misuraca

Innovative avenues towards developing new families of high temperature superconducting materials, and measurements of their electronic structure

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign – Stony Brook University/Brookhaven National Laboratory

Haridas Mundoor

Junior Scientist Exchange Award
Exciton – Plasmon Interaction in Quantum dot – Metal Nano Structures

Indian Institute of Science – University of Colorado, Boulder

Paul Syers

Junior Scientist Exchange Award
Mapping out the Fermi Surface 

University of Maryland – University of Cambridge

Luke Somers

Chemical Identification and DNA Sequencing by Tunneling between Graphene Leads

Rutgers University – Northeastern University

Ilya Vekhter

Developing the theory for coherent photon emission in superconductor-semiconductor
nanostructures

University of Florida – University of London

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