Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



Zsolt Jenei

Research Staff
Physics Division


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DegreeDiscipline/InstitutionYear
Ph.D. Physics
Stockholm University, Sweden
2009
M.S. Licentiate of Philosophy – Physics
Stockholm University, Sweden
2004
M.S. Atomic Physics
Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
2002
B.S. Physics
Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
2001

Research Interests

  • High pressure temperature behavior (EOS, phase diagram) of metals, alloys and molecular solids I use diamond anvil cells are used to generate pressure and micro-Raman spectroscopy and synchrotron x-ray diffraction and spectroscopy for in-situ diagnostic.
  • Development of high temperature techniques for diamond anvil cells.

Publications

  1. Zs. Jenei, H.P. Liermann, H. Cynn, J.-H. K. Park, B. J. Baer, W. J. Evans – High-pressure/temperature structural phase transition in vanadium: Influence of non-hydrostatic conditions – Phys. Rev. B, under review
  2. Zs. Jenei, K. Visbeck, H. Cynn, C-S Yoo, W. J. Evans – High-Temperature Experiments using a Resistively-Heated High-Pressure Membrane Diamond Anvil Cell – Rev. Sci. Instrum., under review
  3. Six-fold coordinated carbon dioxide VI – Valentin Iota, Choong-Shik Yoo, Jae-Hyun Klepeis, Zsolt Jenei, William Evans and Hyunchae Cynn – Nature Materials 6, 34–38 (2007)
  4. L.G. Jacobsohn, M. Nastasia, L.L. Daemenb, Z. Jenei, P. Asoka-Kumar, "Positron annihilation spectroscopy of sputtered boron carbide films", Diamond & Related Materials 14, 201-205 (2005) [pdf]
  5. P.J. Simpson, Z. Jenei, P. Asoka-Kumar, R.R. Robison, M. E. Law, "Observation of fluorine-vacancy complexes in silicon", Appl. Phys. Lett. 85, 1538 (2004) [pdf]
  6. L.G. Jacobsohn, R.D. Averitt, C.J. Wetteland, R.K. Schulze and M. Nastasi, L.L. Daemen, Z. Jenei and P. Asoka-Kumar, "Experimental evidence of the role of intericosahedral chains in the hardness of boron carbide films deposited by sputtering", Appl. Phys. Lett. 84, p4173 (2004) [pdf]

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