Eric Breckenfeld

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characterization methods, these approaches push the edge of materials control. Using these techniques it is possible to produce exotic new phases that do not exist in the bulk, [ 20,21 ] synthesize artifi cial heterostructures, [ 22,23 ] and control materials at the unit-cell level to enable new states of matter. [ 24,25 ] Although these approaches provide(More)
Over the past decade, there has been much development of non-lithographic methods(1-3) for printing metallic inks or other functional materials. Many of these processes such as inkjet(3) and laser-induced forward transfer (LIFT)(4) have become increasingly popular as interest in printable electronics and maskless patterning has grown. These additive(More)
We report intense, narrow line-width, surface chemisorption-activated and reversible ultraviolet (UV) photoluminescence from radiative recombination of the two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) with photoexcited holes at LaAlO3/SrTiO3. The switchable luminescence arises from an electron transfer-driven modification of the electronic structure via(More)
We are developing a novel computer simulation game based on authentic engineering practices to give first-year engineering undergraduates a more complete and accurate understanding of the engineering profession. The game is student-focused in that it is tailored to the newest generation of engineering students who are more computer literate, electronically(More)
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