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Dr. Joanna L. Batstone

Vice President and Lab Director, IBM Research - Australia, Chief Technology Officer IBM Australia and New Zealand

IBM Corporation

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IBM Corporation

1 New Orchard Rd

Armonk, New York 10504

United States

Company Description

IBM is a globally integrated technology and consulting company headquartered in Armonk, N.Y. With operations in more than 170 countries, IBM attracts and retains some of the world's most talented people to help solve problems and provide an edge for busin ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Member, Bell Laboratories

AT&T Inc.

Affiliations

Board Member
Materials Analytical Services Inc

Board Member
Awards Committee for MAS

Member Innovation Expert Panel
Victorian Government

Advisory Board Member
HealthCare Global Enterprises Ltd

Advisory Board Member
BIO IT Coalition Inc

BIO Information Technology Coalition Advisory Board, Science Informatics Advisory Board
Indiana University

Senior Technical Staff Member
Software Group

Member, Editorial Boards
Microscopy Society of America

Scientific Advisory Board
Cambridge Healthtech Institute

Committee
American Physical Society

Elected Member
Forum for Industrial and Applied Physics

Member, Editorial Boards
Journal of Microscopy

Education

B.Sc

Chemical Physics

University of Bristol , UK

B.Sc.

Chemical Physics

The University of Bristol , UK

Ph.D

University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute

Ph.D.

Physics

The University of Bristol , UK

Ph.D.

Physics

University of Bristol , UK

Web References (101 Total References)


MicroNews Sep/Oct 1995 — Microanalysis Society

www.microanalysissociety.org [cached]

Finally, on behalf of MAS I want to thank John Small, Dave Simons, Joanna Batstone, and Charles Lyman as they finish their terms as officers of this society.

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Joanna L. Batstone of the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and a member of the Microbeam Analysis Society, received the 1995 Burton Award for her contributions to electron microscopy from the Microscopy Society of America. The award was presented at a ceremonial session during the Society's meeting in Kansas City, MO.
The Burton Award, established in 1975, is awarded annually to nominees under age 35 who have made important contributions to the field of microscopy, imaging and compositional analysis. It is one of the highest honors bestowed by the Microscopy Society.
Batstone received her Ph.D. in physics from the University of Bristol, UK, in 1985 and jointed IBM in 1989. Since joining IBM, her work has included structural and electronic properties of defects in semiconductors. Most recently, she has been working in the computer sciences, specifically on user interface design for interactive applications such as electronic commerce.
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Joanna L. Batstone (1993-1995)
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
P. O. Box 704
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914)784-7674 FAX: (914)784-6324
joanna@watson.ibm.com


MicroNews Sep/Oct 1995 — Microanalysis Society

www.microanalysissociety.org [cached]

Finally, on behalf of MAS I want to thank John Small, Dave Simons, Joanna Batstone, and Charles Lyman as they finish their terms as officers of this society.

...
Joanna L. Batstone of the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and a member of the Microbeam Analysis Society, received the 1995 Burton Award for her contributions to electron microscopy from the Microscopy Society of America. The award was presented at a ceremonial session during the Society's meeting in Kansas City, MO.
The Burton Award, established in 1975, is awarded annually to nominees under age 35 who have made important contributions to the field of microscopy, imaging and compositional analysis. It is one of the highest honors bestowed by the Microscopy Society.
Batstone received her Ph.D. in physics from the University of Bristol, UK, in 1985 and jointed IBM in 1989. Since joining IBM, her work has included structural and electronic properties of defects in semiconductors. Most recently, she has been working in the computer sciences, specifically on user interface design for interactive applications such as electronic commerce.
...
Joanna L. Batstone (1993-1995)
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
P. O. Box 704
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914)784-7674 FAX: (914)784-6324
joanna@watson.ibm.com


Finally, on behalf of MAS I ...

www.microanalysissociety.org [cached]

Finally, on behalf of MAS I want to thank John Small, Dave Simons, Joanna Batstone, and Charles Lyman as they finish their terms as officers of this society.

...
Joanna L. Batstone of the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and a member of the Microbeam Analysis Society, received the 1995 Burton Award for her contributions to electron microscopy from the Microscopy Society of America. The award was presented at a ceremonial session during the Society's meeting in Kansas City, MO.
The Burton Award, established in 1975, is awarded annually to nominees under age 35 who have made important contributions to the field of microscopy, imaging and compositional analysis. It is one of the highest honors bestowed by the Microscopy Society.
Batstone received her Ph.D. in physics from the University of Bristol, UK, in 1985 and jointed IBM in 1989. Since joining IBM, her work has included structural and electronic properties of defects in semiconductors. Most recently, she has been working in the computer sciences, specifically on user interface design for interactive applications such as electronic commerce.
...
Joanna L. Batstone (1993-1995)
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
P. O. Box 704
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914)784-7674 FAX: (914)784-6324
joanna@watson.ibm.com


Finally, on behalf of MAS I ...

www.microanalysissociety.org [cached]

Finally, on behalf of MAS I want to thank John Small, Dave Simons, Joanna Batstone, and Charles Lyman as they finish their terms as officers of this society.

...
Joanna L. Batstone of the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and a member of the Microbeam Analysis Society, received the 1995 Burton Award for her contributions to electron microscopy from the Microscopy Society of America. The award was presented at a ceremonial session during the Society's meeting in Kansas City, MO.
The Burton Award, established in 1975, is awarded annually to nominees under age 35 who have made important contributions to the field of microscopy, imaging and compositional analysis. It is one of the highest honors bestowed by the Microscopy Society.
Batstone received her Ph.D. in physics from the University of Bristol, UK, in 1985 and jointed IBM in 1989. Since joining IBM, her work has included structural and electronic properties of defects in semiconductors. Most recently, she has been working in the computer sciences, specifically on user interface design for interactive applications such as electronic commerce.
...
Joanna L. Batstone (1993-1995)
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
P. O. Box 704
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914)784-7674 FAX: (914)784-6324
joanna@watson.ibm.com


Finally, on behalf of MAS I ...

www.microanalysissociety.org [cached]

Finally, on behalf of MAS I want to thank John Small, Dave Simons, Joanna Batstone, and Charles Lyman as they finish their terms as officers of this society.

...
Joanna L. Batstone of the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and a member of the Microbeam Analysis Society, received the 1995 Burton Award for her contributions to electron microscopy from the Microscopy Society of America. The award was presented at a ceremonial session during the Society's meeting in Kansas City, MO.
The Burton Award, established in 1975, is awarded annually to nominees under age 35 who have made important contributions to the field of microscopy, imaging and compositional analysis. It is one of the highest honors bestowed by the Microscopy Society.
Batstone received her Ph.D. in physics from the University of Bristol, UK, in 1985 and jointed IBM in 1989. Since joining IBM, her work has included structural and electronic properties of defects in semiconductors. Most recently, she has been working in the computer sciences, specifically on user interface design for interactive applications such as electronic commerce.
...
Joanna L. Batstone (1993-1995)
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
P. O. Box 704
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914)784-7674 FAX: (914)784-6324
joanna@watson.ibm.com

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