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Research Group of Dr. Chuanhong Jin
DEC 12
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Welcome to Dr. Chuanhong Jin's group.

Basic Information:

Dr. Chuanhong Jin, Professor of Electron Microscopy and Materials Physics

Center for Electron Microscopy, State Key Laboratory of Silicon Materials, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University

E-mail: chhjin(at)zju.edu.cn, chhjin(at)gmail.com

Tel: +86-571-87953700

Educational and working experience:

2011.05.16-now, Professor, State Key Laboratory of Silicon Materials, MSE School, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China

2006.10-2011.05 from JSPS Postdoc Reserach Fellowship, to Postdoc Research Associate, then Staff Scientist, Nanotube Research Center, AIST, Tsukuba, Japan

2006.07-2006.10 Research assistant in Prof. Lianmao Peng's group @ Department of Physical Electronics, Peking University, Beijing, China

2001.09-2006.06 Ph.D student, Institute of Physics, CAS; c/o visiting Ph.D student @ Department of Physical Electronics, Peking University, Supervisor: Prof. Lianmao Peng, Beijing, China

1997.09-2001.07 B.S., Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Research interests:

Resolving the atomic and electronic structures of low-dimensional functional materials via advanced electron microscopy and spectroscopy; 0D&1D&2D nanocarbons, particularly focusing on their defect physics, growth mechanism, phase transtion, beam damage and the possible fabrication of novel materials. Since the year 2013, we have been also working on the development and applications of  liquid-cell scanning transmission electron microscopy and its application on the dissolution dynamics of nanocrystals in solution. 

Here are a few representative examples demonstrating our research efforts. Please refer to the research interests and publications for details. 

Intrinsic structures and atomic defects in monolayered transition metal dichalcogenides (Hong et al., Nature CommIntrinsic structures and atomic defects in monolayered transition metal dichalcogenides (Hong et al., Nature Communications 2015)  

Thickness dependent electronic structure determination in layered transition metal dichalcogenides (Hong et al., PRB 2016; see also arXiv: 1409.1409)  

Dynamics of nanocrystal growth and etching in solutions (G. M Zhu and Y. Y. Jiang et al., Chem. Comm. 2013, 2014; Nano Lett. 2014)

Imaging the lattice atoms and atomic defects in hexagonal-BN monolayers (PRL 2008)

Deriving carbon atomic chains from graphene (Jin et al., Physical Review Letters, 2008)

Growth, structure engineering and vacancy migration in carbon nanotubes (Jin et al., Nature Nanotechnology, 2008)  

 

 
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