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Gary L. Kellogg

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Phone (505) 844-2079

Expertise

Nanoscale Electronics & Mechanics

Education

Ph.D., Physics, Penn State University, 1976

B.S., Physics, Penn State University, 1971

 

Professional Appointments

Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories 0/2008 – present

Principal Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories 10/1976 – 10/2008

Quarter-Time Detailee, DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Division of Materials Science and Engineering 12/2005 - 12/2006

Acting Manager, Surface Science Department, Sandia National Laboratories 8/1999 - 2/2000

 

Professional Societies

Chairman-Surface Science Division of AVS, 1998-99

General Committee–PhysicalElectronics Conference, 2000-2003

Vice President-International Field Emission Society, 1992-93

Chairman - New Mexico Chapter of the American Vacuum Society, 1982-1983

 

Awards

Sustained Outstanding Research in Condensed Matter Physics in Solid State Physics, DOE, BES, Division of Materials Sciences (11/98)

Fellow of the American Vacuum Society (11/97)

Fellow of the American Physical Society (11/92)

Outstanding Scientific Accomplishment in Solid State Physics, DOE, BES, Division of Materials Sciences (11/91)

Outstanding Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching Assistants, Penn State University (05/75).

 

Publications

Towards Wafer-Size Graphene Layers by Atmospheric Pressure Graphitization of Silicon Carbide, K.V. Emtsev, A. Bostwick, K. Horn, J. Jobst, G. L. Kellogg, L. Ley, J. L. McChesney, T. Ohta, S. A. Reshanov, J. Röhrl, E. Rotenberg, A. K. Schmid, D. Waldmann, H. B. Weber, and T. Seyller, Nature Materials 8, 203 (2009).

Palladium Diffusion into Bulk Copper via the Cu(100) Surface, E. Bussmann, J. Sun, K. Pohl and G. L. Kellogg, J. Physics: Condensed Matter 21, 314016 (2009).

How Pb-overlayer islands move fast enough to self-assemble on Pb-Cu surface alloys, M. L. Anderson, N. C. Bartelt, P. J. Feibelman, B. S. Swartzentruber, and G. L. Kellogg, Phys Rev. Lett. 98, 096106 (2007).

Origins of Nanoscale Heterogeneity in Ultra-thin Films, J. B. Hannon, J. Sun, K. Pohl, and G. L. Kellogg Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 246103 (2006).

Reversible Shape Transition of Pb Islands on Cu(111), R. van Gastel, N. C. Bartelt, and G. L. Kellogg, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 36106 (2006).

Effects of Elastic Anisotropy on the Periodicity and Orientation of Striped Stress Domain Patterns at Solid Surfaces, François Léonard, N. C. Bartelt, and G. L. Kellogg, Phys. Rev. B 71, 045416 (2005).

Relationship between Domain-Boundary Free Energy and the Temperature Dependence of Stress-Domain Patterns of Pb on Cu(111), R. van Gastel, N. C. Bartelt, P. J. Feibelman, F. Léonard, and G. L. Kellogg, Phys. Rev. B 70, 245413 (2004).

Thermal Motion and Energetics Self-Assembled Domain Structures: Pb on Cu(111), R. van Gastel, R. Plass, N. C. Bartelt, and G. L. Kellogg, Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 055503 (2003).

Nanostructures: Self-assembled Domain Patterns, R. Plass, J. A. Last, N. C. Bartelt, and G. L. Kellogg, Nature 412, 875 (2001)

Dynamics of the Si(111) Surface Phase Transition, J. B. Hannon, H. Hibino, N. C. Bartelt, B. S. Swartzentruber, T. Ogino and G. L. Kellogg, Nature 405, 552 (2000).