New PHI Scientist: Kateryna Artyushkova

Introducing the newest member of the PHI Lab - Kateryna Artyushkova! Kateryna comes to us from the University of New Mexico where she was a Research Associate Professor in the Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Department and Associate Director of the Center for Emerging Energy Technologies. With 2 decades of XPS experience, she will be focused on the XPS product line, working closely with Jenny Mann and Ben Schmidt. 

Her research expertise encompasses the following: 

  • Accelerating material design through structure-to-property modeling and characterization of functional materials using ex-situ and in-situ spectroscopic and microscopic techniques. 
  • Surface spectroscopic analysis using X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy of multicomponent heterogeneous inorganic, organic, bio-materials 
  • Surface spectroscopic analysis using X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for energy and environmental applications 
  • Post-mortem analysis of chemistry and morphology of devices 
  • Operando and in-situ spectroscopic tools for reaction at the surfaces 
  • Image processing tools for extracting quantitative morphological metrics from microscopic images 
  • In-situ Raman for reactions at the surfaces 
  • Multivariate analysis of spectroscopic and imaging datasets 
  • 3D data visualization of morphology in relationship to transport phenomena
  • Methods of separating morphological information at hierarchy of scale
  • Covering all scales of dimensions by combining multiple microscopic techniques and image processing