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I am a first year graduate student co-advised by Dr. Seidman and Dr. Amanda Petford-Long at Argonne National Laboratory.  My research will be focussed on magnetic multilayer structures for data storage technology.
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I was co-advised by Dr. David Seidman and Dr. Amanda Petford-Long at Argonne National Laboratory.  My PhD research centered on the correlation between microstructure and transport properties in magnetic tunnel junction structures, and especially understanding the role of annealing on the local chemistry in MgO-based tunnel junctions and its affect on magnetotransport across the barrier.
  
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I am currently a Staff Scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory studying environmental degradation of metals in high-temperature water environments.
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[[Category:People|Schreiber, Dan]]

Latest revision as of 20:22, 26 October 2011

Dan Schreiber
Research: Magnetic Multilayers
Education: BS in Materials Science - Michigan State University (2005)
PhD in Materials Science - Northwestern University (2011)
Publications: Publications by Schreiber in our database

Contact

Daniel Schreiber
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Richland, WA 99354
Phone: 509.372.6920
Email:
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I was co-advised by Dr. David Seidman and Dr. Amanda Petford-Long at Argonne National Laboratory. My PhD research centered on the correlation between microstructure and transport properties in magnetic tunnel junction structures, and especially understanding the role of annealing on the local chemistry in MgO-based tunnel junctions and its affect on magnetotransport across the barrier.

I am currently a Staff Scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory studying environmental degradation of metals in high-temperature water environments.