Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Corie Horwood

Postdoctoral Appointment
Materials Science Division

 +1 925-423-6140

University of Calgary, Canada
University of Winnipeg, Canada

Research Interests

  • Electrodeposition of metals with emphasis on controlling the morphology of deposits and understanding the deposition mechanism
  • Ionic liquids and non-aqueous solvents for electrodeposition
  • Surface sensitive electrochemical characterization of metals and alloys
  • Electrochemical formation of ordered arrays of nanomaterials

Honors and Awards

  • Cooper H. Langford Graduate Scholarship for Teaching Excellence
  • Gold Project Award, BioMod international biomolecular design competition
  • Queen Elizabeth II Doctoral Student Scholarship
  • Nanolytica Best Poster Award
  • Alberta Innovates Technology Futures Nano Scholarship
  • NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship - Doctoral (PGS-D)
  • NSERC Canadian Graduate Scholarship
  • NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award
  • University Gold Medal, University of Winnipeg
  • 2015

  • 2014

  • 2013, 2014
  • 2013
  • 2010-2013
  • 2009-2010
  • 2007
  • 2006, 2007
  • 2007

Selected (Recent) Publications

Ansah, E., Horwood, C., El-Sayed, H., Birss, V. and Y. Shi. A method for the formation of Pt metal nanoparticle arrays using nanosecond pulsed laser dewetting, Applied Physics Letters, 2015, (106), 203103.

El-Sayed, H., Horwood, C., Ansah, E., Shi, Y., and V. Birss. Gold nanoparticle array formation on dimpled Ta templates using pulsed laser-induced thin film dewetting, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015, (17), 11062-11069.

Horwood, C., El-Sayed, H. and V. I. Birss. Precise electrochemical prediction of short tantalum oxide nanotube length, Electrochimica Acta, 2014, (132), 91-97.

El-Sayed, H., Horwood, C., Abhayawardhana, A. and V. I. Birss. New insights into the initial stages of Ta oxide nanotube formation on polycrystalline Ta electrodes, Nanoscale, 2013, (5), 1494-1498.

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