Tom Babinec [babinec@fas]
Tom Babinec graduated with highest honors in physics and mathematics from the University of Michigan in 2007. He is currently an applied physics graduate student in the group of Professor Marko Lončar at Harvard’s School for Engineering and Applied Sciences. Outside of physics and engineering related activities, he enjoys throwing Frisbees, reading philosophy, and barbequing.
- NSF Graduate Student Fellowship – Materials Science and Engineering: 2007-2012
- NDSEG Graduate Student Fellowship (Army Research Office) – Physics: 2007-2010
Publications and Other Writings
- K.A. Mkhoyan, T. Babinec, et al., Separation of bulk and surface-losses in low-loss EELS measurements in STEM, Ultramicroscopy, 2007 Apr-May; 107(4-5): 345-55.
- K.A. Mkhoyan, T. Babinec, S.E. Maccagnano, E.J. Kirkland, and J. Silcox, Separation of bulk and surface-losses in low-loss EELS measurements in STEM, Microsc. Microanal. 12 (Supp2), 1162 (2006).
- T. Babinec, Explorations in Applied and Interdisciplinary Physics, University of Michigan Honors Physics Thesis (2007).