Branton Campbell
Branton Campbell
Professor Brigham Young University
Joined OEC on 11/24/2017
Biography
Branton J. Campbell earned a BS in Physics and Mathematics at Brigham Young University (BYU) in 1993, an MA in Physics at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) in 1995, and a PhD in Materials Science at UCSB in 1999, followed by post-doctoral research in the Materials Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) during 1999-2002. In 2002, he joined the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Brigham Young University, where he is now a Professor of Physics. Fulbright Scholar and Visiting Professor at the University of Durham in the UK in 2014-2015. Chair of the IUCr Commission for Magnetic Structures (2012-present). Member of the US National Committee for Crystallography (2013-present). Research interests: Group-theoretical analysis of structural order parameters (e.g. atomic displacements, site occupancies, magnetic moments, lattice strains) arising from phase transitions at commensurate or incommensurate wave vectors. Symmetry in periodic and modulated crystals, both magnetic and non-magnetic. Experimental x-ray and neutron scattering. Diffuse scattering studies of nanoscale structure-property relations in complex oxides (high-Tc cuprates, colossal magnetoresistive manganites, relaxor ferroelectrics, and open-framework materials).
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