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[95] M. Lee, J. Yu, F. Mujid, A. Ye, and J. Park, “δ-waveguides for two-dimensional photonics”, under review.

2021

[94] A. Mannix*, A. Ye*, S. H. Sung, A. Ray, F. Mujid, C. Park, M. Lee, J.-H. Kang, D. A. Muller, R. Hovden, and J. Park, “Robotics Four-Dimensional Pixel Assembly of van der Waals Solids” (*equal contribution), Nature Nanotechnology, in press.

[93]  Extremely anisotropic van der Waals thermal conductors
S. E. Kim, F. Mujid, A. Rai, F. Eriksson, J. Suh, P. Poddar, A. Ray, C. Park, E. Fransson, Y. Zhong, D. A. Muller, P. Erhart, D. G. Cahill, and J. Park
Nature, 597, 660-665 (2021). PDF

[92] Atomically thin, optically isotropic films with 3D nanotopography
M. Lee*, J.-H. Kang*, F. Mujid, J. Suh, A. Ray, C. Park, D. A. Muller, and J. Park (*equal contribution)
Nano Letters, 21, 17, 7291-7297 (2021). PDF

[91] Sub-10 fs intervalley exciton coupling in monolayer MoS2 revealed by helicity-resolved two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy
L. T. Lloyd, R. E. Wood, F. Mujid, S. Sohoni, K. Ji, P.-C. Ting, J. S. Higgins, J. Park, and G. S. Engel
ACS Nano, 15, 6, 10253-10263 (2021). PDF

[90] SynCells – A 60 x 60 µm Electronic Platform for Sensing Applications in Constrained Environments
M. Hempel, V. Schroeder, C. Park, V. Koman, M. Xue, E. McVay, S. Spector, M. Dubey, M. Strano, J. Park, T. Swager, J. Kong, and T. Palacios
ACS Nano, 15, 5, 8803-8812 (2021). PDF

[89] Local Electronic Properties of Coherent Single-layer WS2/WSe2 Lateral Heterostructures
C. Herbig, C. Zhang, F. Mujid, S. Xie, Z. Pedramrazi, J. Park, and M. F. Crommie
Nano Letters, 6, 2363-2369 (2021). PDF

2020

[88] High-Throughput Growth of Wafer-Scale Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenide via Vertical Ostwald Ripening
M. Seol, M.-H. Lee, H. Kim, K. W. Shin, Y. Cho, I. Jeon, M. Jeong, H.-I. Lee, J. Park, and H.-J. Shin
Advanced Materials, 2003542 (2020). PDF

[87] Imaging Polarity in Two Dimensional Materials by Breaking Friedel’s Law
P. Deba, M. Cao, Y. Han, M. Holtz, S. Xie, J. Park, R. Hovden, and D. Muller
Ultramicroscopy, 215, 113019 (2020). PDF

[86] Tuning Electrical Conductance of MoS2 Monolayers through Substitutional Doping
H. Gao, J. Suh, M. Cao, A. Joe, F. Mujid, K.-H. Lee, S. Xie, P. Poddar, J.-U Lee, K. Kang, P. Kim, D. A. Muller, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 20, 4096-410 (2020). PDF Supplementary

[85] Evidence for dominance of carrier-induced bandgap renormalization over biexciton formation in cryogenic ultrafast experiments on MoS2 monolayers
R. E. Wood, L. T. Lloyd, F. Mujid, L. Wang, M. A. Allodi, H. Gao, R. Mazuski, P.-C. Ting, S. Xie, J. Park, and G. S. Engel
J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 11, 2658–2666 (2020). PDF Supplementary

[84] Spatiotemporal mapping of photocurrent vortex in a monolayer MoS2 using diamond quantum sensors
B. B. Zhou, P. C. Jerger, K.-H. Lee, M. Fukami, F. Mujid, J. Park, and D. D. Awschalom
Physical Review X, 10, 011003 (2020). PDF Supplementary

[83] Low-loss composite photonic platform based on 2D semiconductor monolayers
I. Datta, S. Chae, G. Bhatt, M. Tadayon, B. Li, Y. Yu, C. Park, J. Park, L. Cao, D. Basov, J. Hone, and M. Lipson
Nature Photonics, 14, 256–262 (2020). PDF Supplementary

2019

[82] MoS2 pixel arrays for real-time photoluminescence imaging of redox molecules
M. F. Reynolds, M. H. D. Guimarães, H. Gao, K. Kang, A. J. Cortese, D. C. Ralph, J. Park, and P. L. McEuen
Science Advances, 5, eaat9476 (2019). PDF Supplementary

[81] Atomic-scale visualization of electrochemical lithiation processes in monolayer MoS2 by cryogenic electron microscopy
S.-H. Yu, M. J. Zachman, K. Kang, H. Gao, X. Huang, F. J. DiSalvo, J. Park, L. F. Kourkoutis, and H. D. Abruña
Advanced Energy Materials, 9, 1902773 (2019). PDF Supplementary

[80] The MoSeS dynamic omnigami paradigm for smart shape and composition programmable 2D materials
J. Berry, S. Risti, S. Zhou, J. Park, and D. J. Srolovitz
Nature Communications, 10, 1–13 (2019). PDF Supplementary

[79] Wafer-scale synthesis of monolayer two-dimensional porphyrin polymers for hybrid superlattices
Y. Zhong, B. Cheng, C. Park, A. Ray, S. Brown, F. Mujid, J.-U. Lee, H. Zhou, J. Suh, K.-H. Lee, A. J. Mannix, K. Kang, S. J. Sibener, D. A. Muller, and J. Park
Science, 366, 1379–1384 (2019). PDF (Also Read: UChicago News)

[78] Two-Dimensional Material Tunnel Barrier for Josephson Junctions and Superconducting Qubits
K.-H. Lee, S. Chakram, S. E. Kim, F. Mujid, A. Ray, H. Gao, C. Park, Y. Zhong, D. A. Muller, D. I. Schuster, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 19, 8287–8293 (2019). PDF Supplementary

[77] Reversible MoS2 Origami with spatially Resolved and Reconfigurable Photosensitivity
W. Xu, T. Li, Z. Qin, Q. Huang, H. Gao, K. Kang, J. Park, M. J. Buehler, J. B. Khurgin, and D. H. Gracias
Nano Letters, 19, 7941–7949 (2019). PDF  Supplementary

[76] Twist, slip, and circular dichroism in bilayer graphene
Z. Addison, J. Park, and E. J. Mele
Phys. Rev. B, 100, 125418 (2019). PDF

[75] Capillary Origami with Atomically Thin Membranes
M. F. Reynolds, K. L. McGill, M. A. Wang, H. Gao, F. Mujid, K. Kang, J. Park, M. Z. Miskin, I. Cohen, and P. L. McEuen
Nano Letters, 9, 6221–6226 (2019). PDF Supplementary

[74] Stacking, strain, & twist in 2D materials quantified by 3D electron diffraction
S. H. Sung, N. Schnitzer, L. Brown, J. Park, and R. Hovden
Physical Review Materials, 3, 064003 (2019). PDF Supplementary

[73] Stacking Angle-Tunable Photoluminescence from Interlayer Excitons in Twisted Bilayer Graphene.
H. Patel, L. Huang, C.-J. Kim, J. Park, and M. W. Graham
Nature Communications10, 1445 (2019). PDF Supplementary

2018

[72] Electron ptychography of 2D materials to deep sub-ångström resolution
Y. Jiang, Z. Chen, Y. Han, P. Deb, H. Gao, S. Xie, P. Purohit1, M. W. Tate, J. Park,  S. M. Gruner, V. Elser, and D. A. Muller
Nature, 559, 343–350 (2018). PDF Video 1 Video 2 (Also read: News and Views)

[71] Strain mapping of two-dimensional heterostructures with sub-picometer precision
Y. Han, K. Nguyen, M. Cao, P. Cueval, S. Xie, M. W. Tate, P. Purohit, S. M. Gruner, J. Park, and D. A. Muller
Nano Letters, 18, 3746–3751 (2018). PDF Supplementary

[70] Coherent, atomically thin transition-metal dichalcogenide superlattices with engineered strain
S. Xie, L. Tu, Y. Han, L. Huang, K. Kang, K. U. Lao, P. Poddar, C. Park, D. A. Muller, R. A. DiStasio Jr., and J. Park
Science, 359, 1131–1136 (2018). PDF Supplementary
(Also read: UChicago News featureCornell Chronicle featureInverse featureZME Science)

2017

[69] Tunable excitons in bilayer graphene
L. Ju, L. Wang, T. Cao, T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe, S. G. Louie, F. Rana, J. Park, J. Hone, F. Wang, and P. L. McEuen
Science, 358, 907–910 (2017). PDF

[68] Absence of a band gap at the interface of a metal and highly doped monolayer MoS2
A. Kerelsky, A. Nipane, D. Edelberg, D. Wang, X. Zhou, A. Dadgar, H. Gao, S. Xie, K. Kang, J. Park, J. Teherani, and A. Pasupathy
Nano Letters, 17, 5962–5968 (2017). PDF Supplementary

[67] Layer-by-layer assembly of two-dimensional materials into wafer-scale heterostructures
K. Kang*, K.-H. Lee*, Y. Han, H. Gao, S. Xie, D. A. Muller, J. Park (*equal contribution)
Nature, 550, 229–233 (2017). PDF Supplementary Video 1 Video 2
(Also read: UChicago News)

[66] Control of spin-orbit torques through crystal symmetry in WTe2/ferromagnet bilayers
D. MacNeill, G. M. Stiehl, M. H. D. Guimaraes, R. A. Buhrman, J. Park, and D. C. Ralph
Nature Physics, 13, 300–305 (2017).  PDF Supplementary

2016

[65] 2D materials advances: from large scale synthesis and controlled heterostructures to improved characterization techniques, defects and applications, Z. Lin, A. McCreary, N. Briggs, S. Subramanian
K. Zhang, Y. Sun, X. Li, N. J Borys, H. Yuan, S. K. Fullerton-Shirey, A. Chernikov, H. Zhao, S. McDonnell, A. M. Lindenberg, K. Xiao, B. J. LeRoy, M. Drndić, J. C. M. Hwang, J. Park, M. Chhowalla, R. E. Schaak, A. Javey, M. C. Hersam, J. Robinson, and M. Terrones
2D Materials, 3, 042001 (2017).  PDF 

[64] Atomically-thin graphene windows that enable high contrast electron microscopy without a specimen vacuum chamber
Y. Han, K. X. Nguyen, Y. Ogawa, J. Park, and D. A. Muller
Nano Letters, 16, 7427–7432 (2016).  PDF Supplementary

[63] Klein tunneling and electron trapping in nanometre-scale graphene quantum dots
C. Gutierrez, L. Brown, C.-J. Kim, J. Park, and A. N. Pasupathy
Nature Physics, 12, 1069–1075 (2016). PDF Supplementary. (Also Read: Nature News and Views Highlight)

[62] Long-lived hole spin/valley polarization probed by Kerr rotation in monolayer WSe2
X. Song, S. Xie, K. Kang, J. Park and V. Sih
Nano Letters, 16, 5010–5014 (2016).  PDF Supplementary

[61] Atomistic interrogation of B-N co-dopant structures and their electronic effects in graphene
T. Schiros, D. Nordlund , L. Palova, L. Zhao, M. Levendorf, C. Jaye, D. Reichman, J. Park, M. Hybertsen, A. N. Pasupathy
ACS Nano, 10, 6574-6584 (2016).  PDF Supplementary

[60] Atomically-thin ohmic edge contacts between two-dimensional materials
M. H. D. Guimaraes, H. Gao, Y. Han, K. Kang, S. Xie, C.-J. Kim, D. A. Muller, D. C. Ralph, and J. Park
ACS Nano, 10, 6392–6399 (2016).  PDF Supplementary

[59] Imaging chiral symmetry breaking from Kekulé bond order in graphene
C. Gutierrez, C.-J. Kim, L. Brown, E. B. Lochocki, K. M. Shen, J. Park, and A. N. Pasupathy
Nature Physics, 12, 950–958 (2016). PDF Supplementary. (Also Read: Nature News and Views Highlight)

[58] Atomic-scale spectroscopy of gated monolayer MoS2
X. Zhou, K. Kang, S. Xie, A. Dadgar, N. Monahan, X.-Y. Zhu, J. Park, and A. N. Pasupathy
Nano Letters, 16, 3148–3154 (2016). PDF Supplementary

[57] Chiral atomically thin films
C.-J. Kim, A. Sanchez-Castillo, Z. Ziegler, Y. Ogawa, C. Noguez, and J. Park
Nature Nanotechnology, 11, 520–524 (2016). PDF Supplementary. (Also Read: Cornell Chronicle Feature)

2015

[56] Tunable optical excitations in twisted bilayer graphene form strongly bound excitons
H. Patel, R. W. Havener, L. Brown, Y. Liang, L. Yang, J. Park, and M. W. Graham
Nano Letters, 15, 5932–5937 (2015). PDF Supplementary

[55] High-mobility three-atom-thick semiconducting films with wafer scale homogeneity
K. Kang*, S. Xie*, L. Huang, Y. Han, P. Y. Huang, K. F. Mak, C.-J. Kim, D. A. Muller, and J. Park (*equal contribution)
Nature, 520656  (2015). PDF Supplementary
(Also Read: Cornell Chronicle Feature; Nature NewsNature News and ViewsNature PodcastIEEE SpectrumThe VergeChemical and Engineering News Highlights)

[54] Breaking of valley degeneracy by magnetic field in monolayer MoSe2
D. MacNeill, C. Heikes, K. F. Mak, Z. Anderson, A. Kormányos, V. Zólyomi, J. Park, and D. Ralph
Phy. Rev. Lett., 114, 037401 (2015). PDF  Supplementary

[53] Graphene nanoribbons formed by a sonochemical graphene unzipping using flavin mononucleotide as a template
W. Yoon, Y. Lee, H. Jang, M. Jang, J. S. Kim, H. S. Lee, S. Im, D. Boo, J. Park, and S. Y. Ju
Carbon, 81, 629–638 (2015). PDF

2014

[52] Polycrystalline graphene with single crystalline electronic structure
L. Brown, E. B. Lochocki, J. Avila, C.-J. Kim, Y. Ogawa, R. W. Havener, D. K. Kim, E. J. Monkman, D. E. Shai, H. I. Wei, M. P. Levendorf, M. Asensio, K. M. Shen, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 14, 5706−5711 (2014). PDF Supplementary

[51] The valley Hall effect in MoS2 transistors
K. F. Mak, K. L. McGill, J. Park and P. L. McEuen
Science, 344, 1489–1492 (2014). PDF Supplementary. (Also Read: Cornell Chronicle Feature)

[50] Strongly bound excitons in gapless two-dimensional structures
Y. Liang, R. Soklaski, S. Huang, M. W. Graham, R. W. Havener, J. Park and L. Yang
Physical Review B, 90, 115418 (2014). PDF

[49] Van Hove Singularities and Excitonic Effects in the Optical Conductivity of Twisted Bilayer Graphene
R. W. Havener, L. Brown, Y. Liang, L. Yang, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 14, 3352–3357 (2014). PDF Supplementary

2013

[48] Stacking order dependent second harmonic generation and topological defects in h-BN bilayers
C.-J. Kim, L. Brown, M. W. Graham, R. W. Havener, R. Hovden, P. L. McEuen, D. A. Muller, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 13, 5660–5665 (2013). PDF Supplementary

[47] Transient Absorption and Photocurrent Microscopy Show Hot Electron Supercollisions Describe the Rate-Limiting Relaxation Step in Graphene
M. W. Graham, S. Shi, Z. Wang, D. C. Ralph, J. Park, and P. L. McEuen
Nano Letters, 13, 5497–5502 (2013). PDF Supplementary

[46] Local Atomic and Electronic Structure of Boron Chemical Doping in Monolayer Graphene
L. Zhao, M. P. Levendorf, S. J. Goncher, T. Schiros, L. Palova, A. Zabet-Khosousi, K. T. Rim, C. Gutierrez, D. Nordlund, C. Jaye, M. Hybertsen, D. Reichman, G. W. Flynn, J. Park and A. N. Pasupathy
Nano Letters, 13, 4659–4665 (2013). PDF Supplementary

[45] Strain Solitons and Topological Defects in Bilayer Graphene
J. S. Alden, A. W. Tsen, P. Y. Huang, R. Hovden, L. Brown, J. Park, D. A. Muller, and P. L. McEuen
PNAS, 110, 11256–11260 (2013). PDF Supplementary

[44] Hyperspectral imaging of structure and composition in atomically thin heterostructures
R. W. Havener, C.-J. Kim, L. Brown, J. W. Kevek, J. D. Sleppy, P. L. McEuen, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 13, 3942–3946 (2013). PDF Supplementary

[43] Photocurrent Measurements of Supercollision Cooling in Graphene
M. W. Graham, S. Shi, D. C. Ralph, J. Park and P. L. McEuen
Nature Physics, 9, 103–108 (2013). PDF Supplementary

[42] Polycrystallinity and Stacking in CVD Graphene
A. W. Tsen, L. Brown, R. W. Havener, and J. Park
Accounts of Chemical Research, 46, 2286–2296 (2013). PDF

2012

[41] Depolarization Effect in Optical Absorption Measurements of One- and Two-Dimensional Nanostructures
L. H. Herman, C.-J. Kim, Z. Wang, M.-H. Jo, and J. Park
Appl. Phys. Letts., 101, 123102 (2012). PDF

[40] Graphene and Boron Nitride Lateral Heterostructures for Atomically Thin Circuitry
M. P. Levendorf*, C.-J. Kim*, L. Brown, P. Y. Huang, R. W. Havener, D. A. Muller, and J. Park (*equal contribution)
Nature, 488, 627–632 (2012). PDF Supplementary
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[39] Angle-Resolved Raman Imaging of Interlayer Rotations and Interactions in Twisted Bilayer Graphene
R. W. Havener, H. Zhuang, L. Brown, R. Hennig, and J. Park
Nano Letters,12, 3162–3167 (2012). PDF Supplementary

[38] Schottky Barrier Inhomo-geneities at the Interface of Few Layer Epitaxial Graphene and Silicon Carbide
S. Shivaraman, L. H. Herman, F. Rana, J. Park, and M. G. Spencer
Appl. Phys. Letts.,100, 183112 (2012). PDF Supplementary

[37] Tailoring Electrical Transport across Grain Boundaries in Polycrystalline Graphene
A. W. Tsen, L. Brown, M. P. Levendorf, F. Ghahari, P. Y. Huang, C. S. Ruiz-Vargas, R. W. Havener, D. A. Muller, P. Kim, and J. Park
Science, 336, 1143–1146 (2012). PDF Supplementary
(Also Read:  Cornell ChronicleNature Nanotechnology Features; Nature Nanotechnology Highlights)

[36] Large Scale Metal-free Synthesis of Graphene on Sapphire and Transfer-free Device Fabrication
H. J. Song, M. Son, C. Park, H. Lim, M. P. Levendorf, A. W. Tsen, J. Park, and H. C. Choi
Nanoscale, 4, 3050–3054 (2012). PDF

[35] Twinning and Twisting of Tri- and Bi-layer Graphene
L. Brown*, R. Hovden*, P. Huang, M. Wojcik, D. A. Muller, and J. Park (*equal contribution)
Nano Letters, 12, 1609–1615 (2012). PDF Supplementary

[34] High-Throughput Graphene Imaging on Arbitrary Substrates with Widefield Raman Spectroscopy, R. W. Havener, S. Y. Ju, L. Brown, Z. Wang, M. Wojcik, C. S. Ruiz-Vargas, and J. Park
ACS Nano, 6, 373–380 (2012). PDF Supplementary

2011

[33] Uniform Peak Optical Conductivity in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
J. M. Kinder, J. Park, and G. K.-L. Chan
Phy. Rev. B, 84, 125428 (2011). PDF

[32] Laser-based imaging of individual carbon nanostructures
R. Havener, W. Tsen, H. C. Choi, and J. Park
NPG Asia Materials, 3, 125428 (2011). PDF

[31] Softened elastic response and unzipping in CVD graphene membranes
C. S. Ruiz-Vargas, H. Zhuang, S. Garg, P. Huang, A. M. van der Zande, P. L. McEuen, D. A. Muller, R. Hennig, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 11, 2259–2263 (2011). PDF Supplementary

[30] Oriented 2D Covalent Organic Framework Thin Films on Single Layer Graphene
J. W. Colson, A. R. Woll, A. Mukherjee, M. P. Levendorf, E. L. Spitler, V. B. Shields, M. G. Spencer, J. Park, and W. R. Dichtel
Science, 332, 228–231 (2011). PDF
(Also Read: Cornell Chronicle feature; Nature Nanotechnology Highlight; Nature Nanotechnology Review)

[29] Oxidation Resistance of GrapheneCoated Cu and Cu/Ni Alloy
S. Chen*, L. Brown*, M. Levendorf, W. Cai, S.-Y. Ju, J. Edgeworth, X. Li, C. Magnuson, A. Velamakanni, R. Piner, J. Park, and R. Ruoff (*equal contribution)
ACS Nano, 5, 1321–1327 (2011). PDF

[28] Grains and Grain Boundaries in Single-Layer Graphene Atomic Patchwork Quilts
P. Y. Huang*, C. S. Ruiz-Vargas*, A. M. van der Zande*, W. S. Whitney, M. P. Levendorf, J. W. Kevek, S. Garg, J. S. Alden, C. J. Hustedt, Y. Zhu, J. Park, P. L. McEuen, and D. A. Muller (*equal contribution)
Nature, 469, 389–392 (2011). PDF
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[27] Single walled carbon nanotubes as excitonic optical wires
D. Y. Joh*, J. Kinder*, L. H. Herman*, S.-Y. Ju, M. A. Segal, J. N. Johnson, G. K. L. Chan, and J. Park (*equal contribution)
Nature Nanotechnology, 6, 51–56 (2011). PDF(Also Read: Cornell Chronicle! Feature; Next Big Future Highlight)

[26] On-chip Rayleigh imaging and spectroscopy of carbon nanotubes
D. Y. Joh, L. H. Herman, S. -Y. Ju, J. Kinder, M. A. Segal, J. N. Johnson, G. K. L. Chan, and J. Park
Nano Letters11, 1–7 (2011). PDF
*Nano Letters Cover  January 2011!

2010

[25] Large-Scale Arrays of Single-Layer Graphene Resonators
A. M. van der Zande, R. A. Barton , J. S. Alden, C. S. Ruiz-Vargas, W. S. Whitney , P. H. Q. Pham, J. Park, J. M. Parpia, H. G. Craighead, and P. L. McEuen
Nano Letters, 10, 4869–4873 (2010). PDF Supplementary

[24] Photoelectrical Imaging and Characterization of Point Contacts in Pentacene Thin-Film Transistors
A. W. Tsen, F. Cicoira, G. G. Malliaras, and J. Park
Appl. Phys. Letts., 97, 023308 (2010). PDF

[23] Structure and interfacial properties of germanium nanowires grown on titanium, B. A. Bryce, M. P. Levendorf, J. Park and S. Tiwari
Electrochem. Solid-State Letts., 13, K77–K79 (2010). PDF

[22] Specific and reversible immobilization of histidine-tagged proteins on functionalized silicon nanowires
Y. C. Liu, N. Rieben, L. Iversen, B. S. Sørensen, J. Park, J. Nygård and K. L. Martinez
Nanotechnology, 21, 245105 (2010). PDF Supplementary

[21] Relativistic Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy of Solid and Core-Shell Nanowires
J. K. Hyun, M. P. Levendorf, M. Blood-Forsythe, J. Park and D. A. Muller
Phys. Rev. B, 81, 165403 (2010). PDF

[20] Ultrafast relaxation dynamics of hot optical phonons in graphene
H. Wang, J. H. Strait, P. A. George, S. Shivaraman, Mvs Chandrashekhar, J. Hwang, F. Rana, M. G. Spencer, C. S. Ruiz-Vargas, and J. Park
Appl. Phys. Letts., 96, 081917 (2010). PDF

2009

[19] Transfer-Free Batch Fabrication of Single Layer Graphene Transistors
M.P. Levendorf*, C. Ruiz-Vargas*, S. Garg, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 9, 4479–4483 (2009). PDF Supplementary.
(Also Read: Cornell Chronicle! Feature; Science  Breakthrough of the Year Runner Up!)

[18] Extremely efficient multiple electron-hole pair generation in carbon nanotube photodiodes
N. M. Gabor, Z. Zhong, K. Bosnick, J. Park, and P. L. McEuen
Science, 325, 1367–1371 (2009). PDF Supplementary(Also Read: Cornell Chronicle! Feature)

[17] Free-standing Epitaxial Graphene
S. Shivaraman, X. Yu, R. Barton, J. Alden, L. Herman, MVS Chandrashekhar, J. Park, J. Parpia, H. Craighead, P. L. McEuen, and M. G. Spencer
Nano Letters, 9, 3100–3105 (2009). PDF Supplementary

[16] Measurements of the Carrier Dynamics and Terahertz Response of Oriented Germanium Nanowires using Optical-Pump Terahertz-Probe Spectroscopy
J. H. Strait, P.A. George, M. Levendorf, M. Blood-Forsythe, F. Rana, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 9, 2967–2972 (2009). PDF

[15] Single-Molecule Electrocatalysis by Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
W. Xu, H. Shen, Y-J Kim, X. Zhou, G. Liu, J. Park, and P. Chen
Nano Letters, 9, 3968–3973 (2009). PDF Supplementary

[14] Imaging of Photocurrent Generation and Collection in Single Layer Graphene
J. Park, Y. H. Ahn, and C. Ruiz-Vargas
Nano Letters, 9, 1742–1746 (2009). PDF

[13] Imaging electrical conductance of individual carbon nanotubes with photothermal current microscopy
W. Tsen, L. A. K. Donev, H. Kurt, L. H. Herman, and J. Park
Nature Nanotechnology, 4, 108–113 (2009). PDF Supplementary(Also Read: Cornell Chronicle! Feature)

2008

[12] Electrically driven light emission from individual CdSe nanowires
Y. J. Doh, K. N. Maher, L. Ouyang, C. L. Yu, H. Park, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 8, 4552–4556 (2008). PDF

2007

[11] Photocurrent imaging of p-n junctions and local defects in ambipolar carbon nanotube transistors
Y. Ahn, W. Tsen, B. Kim, Y.-W. Park, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 7, 3320–3323 (2007). PDF

[10] Efficient Visible Light Detection Using Individual Germanium Nanowire Field Effect Transistors
Y. Ahn and J. Park
Appl. Phy. Letts.91, 162102 (2007). PDF(Also Read: Nature Nanotechnology! Highlight)

[9] Phonons and Conduction in Molecular Quantum Dots: Density Functional Calculations of Franck-Condon Emission Rates for Bifullerenes in External Fields
C. Chang, J. P. Sethna, A. N. Pasupathy, J. Park, D. C. Ralph, and P. L. McEuen
Phys. Rev. B, 76, 045435 (2007). PDF

1999-2006

[8] Scanning photocurrent imaging and electronic band studies in silicon nanowire field effect transistors
Y. Ahn, J. Dunning, and J. Park
Nano Letters, 5, 1367–1370 (2005). PDF

[7] Vibration-assisted electron tunneling in C140 transistors
A. N. Pasupathy, J. Park, C. Chang, A. Soldatov, S. Lebedkin, R.C. Bialczak, J.E.Grose, L.A.K. Donev, J.P. Sethna, D.C. Ralph, and P.L. McEuen
Nano Letters, 5, 203–207 (2005). PDF

[6] Wiring up single molecules
J. Park, A. N. Pasupathy, J. I. Goldsmith, A. Soldatov, C. Chang, Y. Yaish, J. P. Sethna, H. D. Abruña, D. C. Ralph, and P. L. McEuen
Thin Solid Films, 438–439, 457–461 (2003). PDF

[5] Coulomb blockade and the Kondo effect in single-atom transistors
J. Park, A. N. Pasupathy, J. Goldsmith, C. Chang, Y. Yaish, J. Petta, M. Rinkoski, J. Sethna, H. D. Abruna, P. L. McEuen, and D. C. Ralph
Nature, 417, 722–725 (2002). PDF cover article

[4] High performance electrolyte-gated carbon nanotube transistors
S. Rosenblatt, Y. Yaish, J. Park, J. Gore, V. Sazonova, and P. L. McEuen
Nano Letters, 2, 869–872 (2002). PDF

[3] Formation of a p-type quantum dot at the end of an n-type carbon nanotube
J. Park and P. L. McEuen
Appl. Phys. Letts., 79, 1363–1365 (2001). PDF

[2] Nano-mechanical oscillations in a single-C60 transistor
H. Park, J. Park, A. K. L. Lim, E. H. Anderson, A. P. Alivisatos and P. L. McEuen
Nature, 407, 57–60 (2000). PDF

[1] Fabrication of metallic electrodes with nanometer separation by electromigration, H. Park, A. K. L. Lim, J. Park, A.P. Alivisatos, and P. L. McEuen
Appl. Phys. Letts., 75, 301–303 (1999). PDF

Theses

Hui Gao’s Phd Thesis. “Tuning the Electrical Conductivity of Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides via Chemical Vapor Deposition Sythesis” (2020) PDF

Kan-Heng Lee’s PhD Thesis, “Assembly of Two-Dimensional Atomic Layers for Quantum Circuit Engineering” (2019) PDF

Saien Xie’s PhD Thesis, “Large-scale Films and Coherent Heterostructures of Atomic Thickness” (2018) PDF

Lujie Huang’s PhD Thesis, “Van der Waals Stacking of Two-Dimensional Materials” (2017) PDF

Lola Brown’s PhD Thesis, “Towards Angle-Controlled Van der Waals Heterostructures” (2015) PDF

Robin Havener’s PhD Thesis, “Imaging Spectroscopy of Heterogeneous Two-Dimensional Materials” (2014) PDF

Mark Levendorf’s PhD Thesis, “Locally Controlling the Structure And Composition Of Atomically-Thin Films” (2014) PDF

LiHong Herman’s PhD Thesis, “Quantitative Optical Imaging of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes” (2013) PDF

Carlos Ruiz-Vargas’s PhD Thesis, “Synthesis, Morphology and Properties of Polycrystalline Graphene Membranes” (2013) PDF

Adam Wei Tsen’s PhD Thesis, “Spatially Resolved Electrical Transport in Carbon-Based Nanomaterials” (2013) PDF