ONAMI | Peter Moeck



Peter Moeck

Associate Professor of Physics, Portland State University


Nanolaminates and Transparent Electronics, Nanoscale Metrology and Nanoelectronics, Safer Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing


Peter Moeck started out in East-Germany, ran away to England to become a British Citizen, met his wife in Chicago, and has stayed put in the US ever since.

Peter has published over 150 papers, given over 50 talks, and invented - among other things - transmission electron goniometry and image-based nanocrystallography with on-line database support.

Research Interests

Nano and micrometer scale materials science and engineering; self assembled semiconductor quantum dots & size effects on semiconductor and metal phase diagrams; application of physical crystallography to materials problems of current semiconductor technologies; transmission electron microscopy, high energy transmission electron diffraction; X-ray diffraction and topography; ferromagnetic semiconductors, crystallographic databases.

Long Term Goal

Help in the development of a dedicated nanocrystallography on the basis of Delone’s approach (that contains classical crystallography as a special case).

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