Sol M. Gruner
X-ray synchrotron methods; techniques and instrumentation for structural studies; x-ray and electron detectors; biological, soft-matter, and composite materials
Current Research Interest
X-ray studies of dynamic materials; expanding the electron microscope tool-kit; superconductors made by directed self-assembly; effects of pressure on biomolecules; serial microcrystallography
American Physical Society Fellow
American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow
American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Tate, Mark W., Prafull Purohit, Darol Chamberlain, Kayla X. Nguyen, Robert Hovden, Celesta S. Chang, Pratiti Deb, Emrah Turgut, John T. Heron, Darrell G. Scholm, Daniel C. Ralph, Gregory D. Fuchs, Katherine S. Shanks, Hugh T. Philipp, David A. Muller, and Sol M. Gruner. “High Dynamic Range Pixel Array Detector for Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy.” Microscopy and Microanalysis 22, (2016): 237-249.
Robbins, Spencer W., Peter A. Beaucage, Hiroaki Sai, Kwan Wee Tan, Jörg G. Werner, James P. Sethna, Francis J. DiSalvo, Sol M. Gruner, Robert B. Van Dover and Ulrich Wiesner. “Block Copolymer Self-Assembly–Directed Synthesis of Mesoporous Gyroidal Superconductors.” Science Advances 2, no. 1, (2016): e1501119.
Cornell Research Website Article
A Pioneer of Scientific Tools