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Ph.D., Materials Science & Engineering (expected 2019), University of Pennsylvania
B.A., Materials Physics, (2014), Oberlin College
Current interests include stick-slip friction and tribological properties of 2D materials. Past work has included magnetic nanoparticles and novel phosphors.
- Krycka, K. L., J. A. Borchers, R. A. Booth, Y. Ijiri, K. Hasz, J. J. Rhyne, and S. A. Majetich. “Origin of Surface Canting within Fe3O4 Nanoparticles,” Physical Review Letters 2014, 113, 147203.
Hasz, K., Y. Ijiri, Krycka, K. L., J. A. Borchers, R. A. Booth, S. Oberdick, and S. A. Majetich. “Particle Moment Canting in CoFe2O4 Nanoparticles,” Physical Review B, 2014, submitted.
J. Brgoch, K. Hasz, K. A. Denault, C. K. H. Borg, A. A. Mikhailovsky, and R. Seshadri, “Data-driven Discovery of Energy Materials: Efficient BaM2Si3O10:Eu2+(M = Sc, Lu) Phosphors for Application in Solid State White Lighting,” Faraday Discussions, 2014, accepted.