Welcome to the Jeong's Microscopy Lab website. This is a website for everyone who is interested in resaerch in the field of analytical scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) as well as conventional transmission electron microscopy (TEM) work.
Our research paper, "Electronic structure of BaSnO3 investigated by high-energy-resolution electron energy-loss spectroscopy and ab initio calculations," was featured in the AVS newsletter.
Our research paper, "Electronic structure of BaSnO3 investigated by high-energy-resolution electron energy-loss spectroscopy and ab initio calculations," was chosen as a Featured Article.
Our research paper, "Room Temperature Spin Kondo Effect and Interdiffusion in Co/Cu Non-Local Spin Valves," was featured on Editor's Picks.
Our research paper entitled "a new line defect in NdTiO3 perovskite" was published in the Nano Letter.
Our research on "direct observation of the core/double-shell architecture of intense dual-mode luminescent tetragonal bipyramidal nanophosphors" was featured as a Front Cover Art of Nanoscale Journal (Volumen 8, Issue 19).
Our research on ultra-high density quasi-2D electron gas by broken-gap band engineering was featured as a "Science Headline" on the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Website and as a PNNL "Physical Sciences Division Research Highlight."
Prof. Jeong received the M&M 2015 Micrograph Competition Award (First Prize) for his electron micrograph titled "New York Skyline." The winning image of the 2015 MSA Micrograph Competition is featured on Page 8 of the M&M 2016 Call for Papers brochure.