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Paul A. Salvador Professor of Materials Science and Engineeering , Carnegie Mellon University. Primary Research Interests: Design of Functional Materials Thin Films and Complex Microstructures Photocatalysis Resistive Switching (Memristors ) Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

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Paul a salvador professor of materials science and engineeering carnegie mellon university

Paul A. SalvadorProfessor of Materials Science and Engineeering, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Primary Research Interests:

    Design of Functional Materials

    Thin Films and Complex Microstructures

    Photocatalysis

    Resistive Switching (Memristors)

    Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

    New Materials through Epitaxy

  • Primary Broader Impact Activity:

    Graduate Education

    Undergraduate Research

    Undergraduate Laboratory Modules

  • Interests in New Collaborations:

    High-throughput Property Measurements

    Surface Property Measurements on Films

  • Schematic of high throughput mapping of films and substrates via electron back-scatter diffraction

  • TEM images of hierarchically structured photocatalysts


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