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Lourdes Salamanca-Riba Professor
Materials Science and Engineering
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Professor Salamanca-Riba receives $2M in Advanced Manufacturing Award
Reducing material usage and energy waste  More »

UMD Researchers Seek to Improve 3D Microstructure Characterization at the Nanoscale
FIB/SEM utilized to perform nanotomography on solid oxide fuel cells.  More »

A Space Elevator: How Microscopic Materials Give Way to Big Ideas
MSE Professor Lourdes Salamanca-Riba offers an alternative to typical space transport.  More »

Covetics: Novel Carbon Nanostructure Embedded Class of Metals
MSE researchers explore full scale characterization in new hybrid material.  More »

Seminar on UMD's New FIB Instruments May 27
Twin Focused Ion Beam instruments will increase analysis allow for better analysis and sample prep  More »

Workshop on Defects in Wide Band Gap Semiconductors Sept. 23
Abstracts due July 28  More »

Nanowerk Spotlights Salamanca-Riba's Work with Rare New Material
Fused carbon-metal covetics exhibit high strength and polymer-like deformation.  More »

Salamanca-Riba Silicon Carbide Research Highlighted by NIST
Nano research detailed  More »

NanoCenter research members receive $500k NSF MRI award
Research Professors of the Maryland NanoCenter, were awarded a NSF MRI grant totaling $500k.  More »

NSF Funds Microscopy Facility Upgrades
Kim Building laboratory will benefit from added chemical analysis capabilities.  More »

NSF Grant Enhances NISP Lab's Capabilities
$500k grant will benefit composition analysis and biological tissue characterization.  More »


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Publication List
  • 1. In Situ Observation of Reversible Nanomagnetic Switching Induced by Electric Fields
    Todd Brintlinger, Sung-Hwan Lim, Kamal H. Baloch, Paris Alexander, Yi Qi, John Barry, John Melngailis, Lourdes Salamanca-Riba, I. Takeuchi, John Cumings
    Nano Letters, 2010-04, 10.4, pp.1219-1223
    doi: 10.1021/nl9036406
  • 2. Microstructural Evolution of Severely Plastically Deformed Sensitized Aluminum 5456-H116 Treated by Ultrasonic Impact Treatment
    Kim N. Tran, Lourdes Salamanca-Riba
    Advanced Engineering Materials, 2013-11, 15 (11), pp.1105-1110
    doi: 10.1002/adem.201300095
  • 3. ZnO nanorod-smectic liquid crystal composites: Role of ZnO particle size, shape, and concentration on liquid crystal order and current–voltage properties
    J. Branch, R. Thompson, J. W. Taylor, L. Salamanca-Riba, L. J. Martínez-Miranda
    Journal of Applied Physics, 2014-04, 115 (16), pp.164313
    doi: 10.1063/1.4874266
  • 4. In situ elevated temperature transmission electron microscopy of sensitized aluminum–magnesium alloy treated by ultrasonic impact treatment
    Kim N. Tran, Lourdes Salamanca-Riba, Wen-An Chiou
    Journal of Materials Research, 2014-07, 29 (13), pp.1456-1462
    doi: 10.1557/jmr.2014.148
  • 5. Magnetization reversal in epitaxial highly anisotropic CoFe2O4 hetero-structures
    A. Lisfi, S. Pokharel, W. Morgan, L. Salamanca-Riba, M. Wuttig
    Journal of Applied Physics, 2015-04, 117 (17), pp.17B727
    doi: 10.1063/1.4917184
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