Electron Microscopy Laboratory

EM Lab Advisory Committee

Electron Microscope Laboratory at Clemson Univerity, Clemson South CarolinaThe EM Lab Advisory Committee members represent all of engineering and science departments across the Clemson University campus. The goals of the committee are:

  • Act as a bridge between CU faculty and EM Lab,
  • Advise EM Lab about future strategic investments and policy implementations and
  • Help EM Lab’s ongoing efforts to raise its visibility and exposure to internal and external collaborators.

Lab Advisory Committee Chair

Terry Tritt, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Lab Advisory Committee Members

John Ballato, Ph.D.
Professor, Center for Optical Materials Science and Engineering Technologies, COMSET (Also representing Environmental Engineering and Earth Science)

Raj Bordia, Ph.D.
Professor & Chair, Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Terri Bruce, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor & Manager, Clemson Light Imaging Facility

Abu-Farha Fadl, Ph.D>       
Assistant Professor, Department of Automotive Engineering (Also representing CU-ICAR, Department of Mechanical, Civil and Industrial Engineering)  

Joseph Kolis, Ph.D.           
Professor, Department of Chemistry (Also representing Department of Chemical Engineering)

Andy Mount, Ph.D.            
Research Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences (also representing Agriculture and Life Sciences)

Naren Vyavahare, Ph.D. 
P rofessor, Department of Bioengineering

Lin Zhu, Ph.D.   
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering