Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



Zachary Seeley

Postdoctoral Appointment
Materials Science Division


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DegreeDiscipline/InstitutionYear
Ph.D. Materials Science
Washington State University
2009
M.S. Materials Science & Engineering
Washington State University
2005
B.S. Mathematics-Physics
Whitman College
2003

Research Interests

Advanced ceramic powder synthesis, consolidation, and characterization. Transparent ceramics for functional applications. Solid state solar cells and gas sensors.

Honors and Awards

SPOT award, Chemical Sciences Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2011)

Selected (Recent) Publications

Zachary Seeley, Nerine Cherepy, Steve Payne, “Expanded phase stability of Gd-based garnet transparent ceramic scintillators,” J. Mater. Res., 29 (2014) 2332.

Zachary Seeley, Nerine Cherepy, Steve Payne, “Homogeneity of Gd-based transparent ceramics scintillators for gamma spectroscopy,” J. Cryst. Growth, 379 (2013) 79.

Z. Seeley, Z. Dai, J. Kuntz, N. Cherepy, S. Payne, “Phase stabilization in transparent Lu2O3:Eu ceramics by lattice expansion,” Optical Materials 35 (2012) 74-78.

Z. Seeley, J. Kuntz, N. Cherepy, S. Payne, Transparent Lu2O3:Eu ceramics by sinter and HIP optimization, Optical Materials 33 (2011) 1721Seeley Z., Bandyopadhyay A., Bose S., Titanium dioxide thin films for high temperature gas sensors, Thin Solid Films (2010)

Seeley Z., Bandyopadhyay A., Bose S., Influence of crystallinity on CO gas sensing for TiO2 films, Mater. Sci. Eng. B 164 (2009) 38.

Seeley Z., Bandyopadhyay A., Bose S., Influence of TiO2 and Ag2O addition on tricalcium phosphate ceramics, J. Biomed. Mater. Res. A 82 (2007) 113


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