Sweet Memories of Millie from Shengxi and Lin

Shengxi Huang (PhD 2013) and Lin Zhou (Postdoc 2014-17) write about Millie's influence in the lab, on trips and conferences, and in the MGM group overall.
by Lin Zhou and Shengxi Huang
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Sweet Memories of Millie from Shengxi and Lin
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Shengxi Huang, Millie’s PhD, 2013 & Lin Zhou, Millie’s Postdoc, 2014-2017

Photo courtesy of Saito-sensei
Photo courtesy of Saito-sensei
Shengxi Huang (left) and Lin Zhou (right)
Shengxi Huang (left) and Lin Zhou (right)







Shengxi’s Daily Research: Synthesis and Raman Spectroscopy of 2D Materials

Zhou,* Huang ,* JACS, 2017, 139 (25), pp 8396-8399
Huang , et al., ACS Nano, 2016, 10, 8964–8972
Ling*, Huang *, et al., Nano Lett., 2016, 16, 2260-2267


Millie worked every day, despite holidays and weekends. She liked to talk with us in the lab and office, and help us with papers.



Lin’s Daily Research: Synthesis and Raman Spectroscopy of MoTe2

Photo courtesy of MIT
Photo courtesy of MIT

Millie and I took a photo in the CVD synthesis lab.


Shengxi’s Conferences and Thesis

MRS Fall 2014, Millie with her present and past students. Millie made every effort to listen our conference presentations each time, and commented “these ladies did a fabulous job!”

Under Millie’s supervision, I was awarded the Jin Au Kong Thesis Award at MIT EECS. I wish she could see this!


Lin’s Conferences and Trips

Millie and I attended the ceremony of her honorary degree of Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan, 2016.

Millie and I attended the banquet of IWAN 2016 in Ras Al Khamiah.


Millie’s group and collaborators

2013, 2015, and 2016 birthdays with MGM
2013, 2015, and 2016 birthdays with MGM
2015 Millie with students and collaborators
2015 Millie with students and collaborators


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