Scott A. Chambers

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Scott Chambers is a Laboratory Fellow and Technical Group Leader for the Epitaxial Oxides Group of the Physical Sciences Division at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He holds A.B. and Ph.D. degrees in physical chemistry from the University of California at San Diego and Oregon State University, respectively. He has 35 years of research experience in surface science and the materials science of heteroepitaxial crystalline film nucleation and heterostructure formation. He is a Fellow of the AAAS and the AVS.


Materials Science

Viewpoint: Orbital Engineering, By Design

In transition-metal oxides, the ability to control which atomic orbitals are occupied by electrons could be used to develop materials with new functionalities. Read More »