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May 4-6, 2009

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Geological and Environmental Sciences Department
Stanford University
450 Serra Mall
Braun Hall, Building 320
Stanford, CA 94305-2115
USA

Ph: 202.320.2025
Em: wmao@stanford.edu

Wendy Mao

Current Position

  • 2007-present, Assistant Professor Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences and Photon Science Department, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.

Background

  • 2005-2007, J. R. Oppenheimer Post-doctoral Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • 2005, Ph.D. Geophysical Sciences University of Chicago
  • 1998, Bachelor of Science Materials Science and Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Honors

  • 2009-present, Frederick E. Terman Fellowship
  • 2008-present, COMPRES Distinguished Lecturer
  • 2005-2007, J. R. Oppenheimer Fellowship
  • 2006, Rosalind Franklin Young Investigator Award

Activities

  • 2006-present, West Coast High Pressure Facilities Review Committee, Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Goals

  • Being an active user at many synchrotron sources nationally and internationally has given me insight into some of the things that are successful and not so successful at different facilities. My goal if elected as a member of the APSUO Steering Committee would be to do what I can to ensure that the broad APS user community can conduct world-class science.

 

 
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