Chemist looking through an electron microscope to study screen technology components
Viewing atoms with microscopes with Justin Ondry, PhD
- March 19, 2021 -

In this talk, Justin Ondry, PhD joins us to discuss how scientists are able to look at individual atoms using an electron microscope and how this has enabled breakthrough discoveries in physical and biological sciences. Justin received his PhD in Physical Chemistry in 2020 from the University of California, Berkeley. At Berkeley, Justin used transmission electron microscopy to study the structure and defects in semiconductor nanocrystals. He is currently the James Franck Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Chicago where he is studying molten salt synthesis of colloidal nanocrystals.

Watch Justin’s talk:


More resources:

Electron microscope interactive tutorial:

Click here to access this interactive resource which begins with a description and offers an interactive simulator.

Read one of Justin Ondry’s papers:

To read one of Justin’s published articles , click here.


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