Senior Scientific Engineering Associate, Imaging and Manipulation of Nanostructures
Postdoctoral Researcher, Molecular Foundry Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Ph.D. in Physics, University of Oregon, Dissertation title: “Grating-Based Beam Shaping and Inelastic Interferometry with Free Electrons,” Dissertation advisor: Benjamin J. McMorran
B.S. in Physics, University of Washington
Cameron’s interests involve the development of instrumentation and techniques aimed toward the extraction, manipulation, light/material interaction, and detection of free electrons to improve microscopy and spectroscopy methods. He has experience working on SEM/FIB, (S)TEM, (SP)LEEM/PEEM instruments and is proficient at developing instrument control and data analysis software. His current focus is managing the QSPLEEM and working with users to further develop the instruments correlative microscopic and spectroscopic capabilities to probe the electronic, magnetic, and structural properties of material surfaces at the nanoscale.