Dr. Craig Bennett

Craig Bennett


Office Location:

HSH 221







B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., University of Waterloo

Courses Taught (2009-10):

  • PHYS 1013 Introductory Physics 1
  • PHYS 4443 Solid State Physics
  • PHYS 3613 Experimental Physics

Research Interests:

Charge-density waves in low-dimensional metals.

Complex metallic alloys including shape memory alloys and quasicrystals.


Representative Publications:

Charge Density Waves in Pure and Intercalated Nb3Te4, A.Prodan, H.J. P. van Midden, S. Šturm, R. Žitko, E. Zupanič, J.C. Bennett, R. MacDougall and P. Starowicz, Solid State Sciences (accepted).

Microstructural Characterization of the non-modulated martensite in Ni-Mn-Ga alloy, M. Han, J. C. Bennett, M. A. Gharghouri, J. Chen, C.V. Hyatt and N. Mailman, Materials Characterization, 58 (6), 764-768 (2008).
Hydration Study of Homopolypeptides by 2H NMR, H. Poemoeller, J.A. Stanley, M.B. MacMillan, W.P. Weglarz, J.C. Bennett, J.M. Corbett, M. Hawton and R. Holly, Biopolymers, 86 (1), 11-22 (2007).

Understanding Modulated Twin Transition at the Atomic Level, M. Han, J.C. Bennett, M.A. Gharghouri, J. Chen and C.V. Hyatt, Acta Materialia, 55, 1731-1740 (2007).

Advances in the Crystallographic and Microstructural Analysis of Charge-density Wave Modulated Crystals, editors F.W. Boswell and J.C. Bennett, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1999.