Jinsong Wu, PhD
EPIC, NUANCE Center,
Cook Hall, Rm 1156
2220 Campus Drive
Evanston IL, 60208-3108
Phone: (847) 491-7807
Facsimile: (847) 467-6573
|2007-present||Research Assistant Professor, Northwestern University|
|2006 - 2007||Academic Professional Associate, University of Georgia|
|2001 - 2006||Postdoctoral Research Associate, Arizona State University|
|1999 - 2001||Humboldt fellowship, Juelich Research Center, Juelich, Germany|
|1998 - 1999||Postdoctoral Researcher, Ecole des Mines de Nancy, Nancy, France|
|1993 - 1998||Ph.D., Beijing Laboratory of Electron Microscopy, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China; and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China|
Dr. Wu received his Ph.D. in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, at the Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, while the most of the experiments were conducted at the Beijing Laboratory of Electron Microscopy (from 1993-1998, under the supervision of Prof. K.H. Kuo). In his Ph.D. project, Dr. Wu studied the structure of quasicrystals and their crystalline approximants by means of transmission electron microscopy. In 1998, he took his first postdoctoral position at the Ecole des Mines de Nancy in France, working with Prof. J.M. Dubois on the deformed surface of quasicrystals. From 1999-2001, supported by The Humboldt Foundation, he worked at The Ernst Ruska Centre for Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Electrons (http://www.er-c.org/centre.htm) at Juelich Germany, hosted by Prof. K. Urban. He worked on the structure of the oxide thin film interface by means of high electron microscopy. In 2001, he moved to Arizona State University and joined Prof. J. Spence's group working on quantitative electron diffraction; methods to solve the phase problem for electron diffraction; convergent electron diffraction and electron diffractive imaging. In 2006-2007, he took an Academic Professional Associate position at the University of Georgia, which included duties of facility maintenance, user training, teaching and research. In the summer of 2007, he joined Northwestern University and worked in NUANCE center with Prof. V.P. Dravid. Currently Dr. Wu's main research topics are electron diffraction, electron tomography, diffractive imaging and cryo-TEM.
- Electron tomography of Ge nanowires by full-space tilting holder
- STEM and EDS mapping of biological materials and cells
- 3-Dimensional electron microscopy at atomic resolution
- Cryo-TEM for macromolecular and biological materials.
- Solving complex structure by using quantitative electron diffraction and synchrotron X-ray diffraction.
References and Publications
- Luo, L., Wu, J.S., Luo, J., Huang, J., Dravid, V.P., (2014): Dynamics of Electrochemical Lithiation/Delithiation of Graphene-Encapsulated Silicon Nanoparticles Studied by In-situ TEM. Science Reports, 4, Article number: 3863.
- Song, K., Sauter, D., Wu, J.S., Dravid, V.P. and Stair, P. (2012): Evolution of high-energy electron beam irradiation effects on Zeolite supported catalyst: metal nanoprecipitation. ACS Catalysis, 2, 384-390.
- Soriano, R.B., Malliakas, C.D., Wu, J.S. and Kanatzidis, M.G. (2012): Cubic form of Pb2-xSnxS2 stabilized through size reduction to the nanoscale. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134, 3228-3233.
- Young, K.L., Jones, M.R., Zhang, J., Macfarlane, R.J., Esquivel-Sirvent, R., Nap, R.J., Wu, J.S., Schatz, G.C., Lee, B. and Mirkin, C.A. (2012): Assembly of reconfigurable one-dimensional colloidal superlattices due to a synergy of fundamental nanoscale forces. PNAS, 109, 2240-2245.
- Auyeung, E., Cutler, J.I., Macfarlane, R.J., Jones, M.R., Wu, J.S., Liu, G., Zhang, K., Osberg, K.D. and Mirkin, C.A. (2012): Synthetically programmable nanoparticles supperlattices using a hollow three-dimensional spacer approach. Nature Nanotechnology, 7, 24-28.
- Wu, J.S., He, J.Q., Han, M-K, Sootsman, J.R., Girard, S., Arachchige, I.U., Kanatzidis, M.G. and Dravid, V.P. (2011): Electron-beam activated thermal sputtering of thermoelectric materials. Journal of Applied Physics, 110, 044325.
- Wu, J.S., Lo, S., Song, K., Vijayan, B., Li, W.Y., Gray, K and Dravid, V.P. (2011): The growth of rutile TiO2 nanorods on anatase TiO2 thin films on Si-based substrates, Journal of Materials Research, 26, 1646-1652.
- Wu, J.S., Zhao, Y.S., Hu, H.F., Huang, J.X., Zuo, J-M. and Dravid, V.P. (2011): Construction of an organic crystal structural model based on combined electron and powder x-ray diffraction data and charge flipping algorithm, Ultramicroscopy, 111, 812-816.