New Director Tapped for DOE Nanotechnology Center

"We are extremely pleased to have Andreas join CINT as center director and in the Experimental Physical Sciences Directorate at Los Alamos as group leader of the CINT technical organization. He brings a wealth of scientific and leadership experience to his role, and we look forward to having him on board," said Mary Hockaday, associate director of Experimental Physical Sciences.

Physicist Andreas Roelofs is the new director of the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT), a Department of Energy-funded nano research facility that has a core center at Sandia National Laboratories and a gateway research site at Los Alamos National Laboratory, the agency announced May 2.

"We are extremely pleased to have Andreas join CINT as center director and in the Experimental Physical Sciences Directorate at Los Alamos as group leader of the CINT technical organization. He brings a wealth of scientific and leadership experience to his role, and we look forward to having him on board," said Mary Hockaday, associate director of Experimental Physical Sciences.

The announcement said Roelofs will begin his new duties in August at Los Alamos and his co-director from the Sandia CINT facility will be Sean Hearne.

Roelofs is the former director of Argonne National Laboratory's Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Program Chain Reaction Innovations and the Argonne Design Works center; he is the former deputy director of both the Nanoscience and Technology Division and the Center for Nanoscale Materials at Argonne.

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