|Previous portrait||Dr. Petra Reinke
Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
School of Engineering & Applied Science
The Reinke Group research lab is interested in a wide range of materials as templates for nanostructures and oxidation and corrosion of alloys, such as NiCr and Mo-silicides. We work with 2D materials graphene and MoS2 and the curious and novel nanospheres which form when fullerenes are heated on metal surfaces. We are also investigating a process which is poorly understood: the oxidation of Mo-silicides where a complex dance between oxide sublimation and oxide formation with SI leads to the formation of geometrically complex structures. This is new for us, so stay tuned for developments!LEARN MOREVisit the Reinke Group lab and check out Dr. Reinke’s latest book Inorganic Nanostructures
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