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Stephen Moxim (Fed)

NRC Postdoctoral Fellow

Stephen Moxim is an NRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Alternative Computing Group in the Nanoscale Device Characterization Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML). He was raised in Windber, PA, USA. He attended The Pennsylvania State University and received a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics in 2017, and a PhD in Engineering Science in 2022. Stephen’s research interests are broad; they include studies of atomic-scale defects related to semiconductor device reliability, as well as novel magnetic resonance techniques which explore electron spin physics.

Selected Publications

  1. Moxim, S. J., Ashton, J. P., Lenahan, P. M., Flatté, M. E., Harmon, N. J., & King, S. W. (2020). Observation of radiation-induced leakage current defects in MOS oxides with multifrequency electrically detected magnetic resonance and near-zero-field magnetoresistance. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 67(1), 228-233.
  2. Moxim, S. J., Sharov, F. V., Hughart, D. R., Haase, G. S., McKay, C. G., & Lenahan, P. M. (2022). Atomic-scale defects generated in the early/intermediate stages of dielectric breakdown in Si/SiO2 transistors. Applied Physics Letters, 120(6), 063502.
  3. Ashton, J. P., Manning, B. R., Moxim, S. J., Sharov, F. V., Lenahan, P. M., & Ryan, J. T. (2022). Intermediate spin pair relaxation through modulation of isotropic hyperfine interaction in frequency-swept spin-dependent recombination in 4H–SiC. Applied Physics Letters, 120(6), 062403.


Created October 13, 2022, Updated December 9, 2022