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Will Kellogg

WillMaterials Science and Engineering
Northwestern University
Room: B553, Silverman Hall
2170 Campus Drive
Evanston Il, 60208-3113

Phone: 847-467-2651

Educational Background

2016 - Present Northwestern University, Doctoral Student, Materials Science and Engineering
2012 - 2016 State University of New York at Buffalo, B.S., Chemical and Biological Engineering

Research Objectives

My project involves the combination of advanced microscopy and computational methods to analyze nanoscale interactions at the interface between hard and soft materials. I will use scanning and transmission electron microscopy to characterize highly complex materials, and I will perform image reconstruction through techniques such as compressed sensing, inpainting, and denoising.

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