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[[Category:People|Yulin, Lu]]
 
[[Category:People|Yulin, Lu]]
I was born in Jiangxi, China. Upon graduation from The University of Tennessee, I joined the [[David_Seidman|Seidman]] [[Seidman_Group|group]] in Jan. 17, 2006. I will be using [[LEAP]] atom probe tomography to look at the various defects found in the Ni-based single crystals. Please come back for more on my exciting research at [http://www.matsci.northwestern.edu Dept of Materials Science and Engineering], [http://www.northwestern.edu Northwestern University]...
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I was born in Jiangxi, China. Upon graduation from The University of Tennessee, I joined the [[David_Seidman|Seidman]] [[Seidman_Group|group]] in Jan. 17, 2006. I will used [[LEAP]] atom probe tomography to look at the various defects found in the Ni-based single crystals.

Latest revision as of 20:40, 14 February 2007

Yulin Lu
Research: Freckles in Ni-Based
Single-Crystals
Education: PhD, University of Tennessee
Publications: Publications by Lu in our database

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I was born in Jiangxi, China. Upon graduation from The University of Tennessee, I joined the Seidman group in Jan. 17, 2006. I will used LEAP atom probe tomography to look at the various defects found in the Ni-based single crystals.