Kristie J. Koski
Ph.D. University of California Berkeley
The Koski group is a low-dimensional materials group. We are developing the basic science needed to translate the extraordinary properties of two-dimensional materials into real-world applications. We pursue a fully integrated research program spanning the gamut from solid-state synthesis to fundamental condensed matter physics to applied performance.
Education, Awards and Professional Highlights
- Appointed to UC Davis faculty (2016)
- NSF CAREER Award (2015)
- Assistant Professor, Brown University (2013-2016)
- Postdoctoral Associate, Stanford University (2010-2013)
- Postdoctoral Associate, Arizona State University (2009)
- Ph.D. University of California Berkeley (2008)
- Y. Zhang, B.W. Reed, F.R. Chung, K.J. Koski, Mesoscale elastic properties of marine sponge spicules. J. Struct. Biol. 193, 67-74 (2016).
- Z. Wang, W. Zhu, Y Qiu, X. Yi, A. van dem Busche, A. Kane, H. Gao, K.J. Koski, R. Hurt, Biological and environmental interaction of emerging two-dimensional nanomaterials. Chem. Soc. Rev. 45, 1750-1780 (2016).
- K.P. Chen, F.R. Chung, M. Wang, K.J. Koski, Dual Element Intercalation into 2D Layered Bi2Se3 Nanoribbons. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137, 5431-5437 (2015).
- S. Keuleyan, M. Wang, F.R. Chung, J. Commons, K.J. Koski, A Silicon-Based Two-Dimensional Chalcogenide: Growth of Si2Te3 Nanoribbons and Nanoplates. Nano Lett. 15, 2285-2290 (2015).
- M. Wang and K.J. Koski, Reversible Chemochromic MoO3 Nanoribbons through Zero-valent Metal Intercalation. ACS Nano 9, 3226-3233 (2015).
- B.W. Reed, F.R. Chung, M. Wang, T. LaGrange, and K.J. Koski, Disorder-Order transition in 2D copper-intercalated MoO3 using dynamic transmission electron microscopy. 2D Mater. 1 035001 (2014).