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Publications (since 1993)

  1. D. D. Chambliss, K.E. Johnson, R.J. Wilson, and S. Chiang. Surface Structure and Metal Epitaxy: STM Studies of Ultrathin Metal Films on Au(111) and Cu(100). Journal of Mag. Magnet. Mater. 121:1 (1993).
  2. S. Rousset, S. Chiang, D.E. Fowler, and D.D. Chambliss. Epitaxial Growth of Au on Ag(110) Studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. Surface Science 287:941 (1993).
  3. V. M. Hallmark and S. Chiang. Imaging Structural Details in Closely Related Molecular Adsorbate Systems. Surface Science 286:190 (1993).
  4. V. M. Hallmark, S. Chiang, K-P. Meinhardt, and K. Hafner. Observation and Calculation of Internal Structure in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Images of Related Molecules. Physical Review Letters 70:3740 (1993).
  5. K. E. Johnson, R.J. Wilson, and S. Chiang. Effects of Adsorption Site and Surface Stress on Ordered Structures of Oxygen Adsorbed on W(110). Physical Review Letters 71:1055 (1993).
  6. K. E. Johnson, D.D. Chambliss, R.J. Wilson, and S. Chiang. Growth and Morphology of Partial and Multilayer Fe Thin Films on Cu(100) and the Effect of Adsorbed Gases Studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. Journal of Vacuum Science Technology A11(4):1654 (1993).
  7. D. D. Chambliss, K.E. Johnson, K. Kalki, S. Chiang, and R.J. Wilson. Initial Growth and Morphology of Ultrathin Magnetic Films Studied Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 313:713 (1993).
  8. K. Kalki, D.D. Chambliss, K.E. Johnson, R. Wilson, and S. Chiang. Evidence for Martensitic fcc-bcc Transition in Thin Fe Films on Cu(100). Rapid Communications - Physical Review B48:18344 (1993).
  9. S. Chiang, V.M. Hallmark, K.-P. Meinhardt, and K. Hafner. Imaging Molecular Adsorbates: Resolution Effects and Determination of Adsorption Parameters. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B12(3): 1957 (1994).
  10. M. S. Altman, S. Chiang, P. Statiris, T. Gustafsson, and E. Bauer. Stress-Induced Microfacetted Reconstructions of the Pb(110) Surface. The Structure of Surfaces IV, edited by X. Xie, S.Y. Tong, and M.A. Van Hove, World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore, p. 183 (1994).
  11. S. Chiang, S. Rousset, D.E. Fowler, and D.D. Chambliss. The Structure of Au on Ag(110) Studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B12(3):1747 (1994).
  12. K. E. Johnson, D.D. Chambliss, R.J. Wilson, and S. Chiang. A Structural Model and Mechanism for Fe Epitaxy on Cu(100): Kinetically Controlled Intermixing and Growth. Surface Science 313:L811 (1994).
  13. K. Grzelakowski, T. Duden, E. Bauer, H. Poppa, S. Chiang. A New Surface Microscope for Magnetic Imaging. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 30: 4500 (1994).
  14. V. M. Hallmark and S. Chiang. Predicting STM Images of Molecular Adsorbates. Surface Science 329:255 (1995).
  15. D. D. Chambliss, R. J. Wilson, and S. Chiang. The Use of STM to Study Metal Film Epitaxy. IBM Journal of Research and Development 39:639 (1995).
  16. D. N. Futaba, and S. Chiang. Predictions of Scanning Tunneling Microscope Images of Furan and Pyrrole on Pd(111). Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B15(3):5 (1997).
  17. Shirley Chiang,Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Imaging of Small Adsorbed Molecules on Metal Surfaces in an Ultrahigh Vacuum Environment. Chemical Reviews 97: 1083 (1997).
  18. Don Norimi Futaba and Shirley Chiang. Calculations of Scanning Tunneling Microscopic Images of Benzene on Pt(111) and Pd(111), and Thiophene on Pd(111). Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 38: 3809 (1999).
  19. D. N. Futaba and S. Chiang.Calculations of Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Images of Xylene on Rh(111).Surface Science, 448, L175 (2000).
  20. D. E. Muzzall, and S. Chiang. Observation of a New Ordered Structure of Oxygen on W(110).Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings Volume 619, Recent Developments in Oxide and Metal Epitaxy-Theory and Experiment, ed. M. Yeadon, S. Chiang., R. F. C. Farrow, J. W. Evans, O. Auciello, Materials Research Society, Warrendale, PA, pp. 57-61 (2000).
  21. G. E. Thayer, V. Ozolins, A. K. Schmid, J. L. Stevens, S. Chiang, R. Q. Hwang. Equilibrated Surface Alloys and the Influence of Strain. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings Volume 619, Recent Developments in Oxide and Metal Epitaxy-Theory and Experiment, ed. M. Yeadon, S. Chiang., R. F. C. Farrow, J. W. Evans, O. Auciello, Materials Research Society, Warrendale, PA, pp. 85-89 (2000).
  22. G. E. Thayer, V. Ozolins, A. K. Schmid, N. C. Bartelt, M. Asta, J. J. Hoyt, S. Chiang, and R. Q. Hwang. Role of stress in thin film alloy thermodynamics: Competition between alloying and dislocation formationPhysical Review Letters, 86, 660-663 (2001).
  23. C. L. H. Devlin, S. D. Glab, S. Chiang, and T. P. Russell. An Atomic Force Microscopy Study of Rubbed Polyimide Films. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 80, 1470-1473 (2001).
  24. D. N. Futaba, J. P. Landry, A. Loui, and S. Chiang, Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Study of the Molecular Arrangement of Meta- and Para-xylene on Pd(111. Journal of Vacuum Science Technology A, 19, 1993-1995 (2001).
  25. T. F. Johnson, S. Chiang, Y. Sato, D. A. Arena, S. A. Morton, M. Hochstrasser, J. G. Tobin, J. D. Shine, J. A. Giacomo, G. E. Thayer, D. P. Land, and X. D. Zhu, X-ray Magnetic Linear Dichoism of Fe-Ni Alloys on Cu(111) Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Applications of Ferromagnetic and Optical Materials, Storage and Magnetoelectronics, ed. W.C. Black, H.J. Borg, K. Bussmann, L. Hesselink, S.A. Majetich, E.S. Murdock, B.J.H. Stadler, M. Vazquez, M. Wuttig, J.Q. Xiao, Vol. 674, U7.9.1 (2001).
  26. D. N. Futaba, J. P. Landry, A. Loui, and S. Chiang, Experimental and Theoretical STM Imaging of Xylene Isomers on Pd(111). Physical Review B, 65, 045106 (2002).
  27. G. E. Thayer, N.C. Bartelt, V. Ozolins, A.K. Schmid, S. Chiang, and R.Q. Hwang, Linking Surface Stress to Surface Structure: Measurement of Atomic Strain in a Surface Alloy Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. Physical Review Letters, 89, 036101 (2002).
  28. Chris Pearson, G.W. Anderson, and S. Chiang, V. M. Hallmark, and B. J. Melior, A Low Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscope Designed for Imaging Molecular Adsorbates. Materials Science and Engineering B, 96, 209-214 (2002).
  29. C. L. H. Devlin, D. N. Futaba, A. Loui, J. D. Shine, and S. Chiang, A Unique Facility for Surface Microscopy, Materials Science and Engineering B, 96, 215-220 (2002).
  30. H. Enriquez, M. D'angelo, V.Yu. Aristov, V. Derycke, P. Soukiassian, G. Renaud, A. Barbier, S. Chiang, Silicon Carbide Surface Structure Investigated by Synchrotron Radiation- Based X-ray Diffraction. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, 21, 1881-5 (2003)
  31. M. D'angelo, H. Enriquez, V.Yu. Aristov, V. Derycke, P. Soukiassian, G. Renaud, A. Barbier, M. Noblet, S. Chiang, F. Semond, Atomic Structure Determination of Si-rich b-SiC(001) 3x2 Surface by Grazing Incidence X-ray Diffraction: A Stress-Driven Reconstruction, Physical Review B, 68, 165321-1-8 (2003).
  32. M. D'Angelo, H. Enriquez, V. Yu. Aristov, P. Soukiassian, G. Renaud, A. Barbier, S. Chiang, F. Semond, L. Di Cioccio, T. Billion, Cubic SiC surface structure studied by X-ray diffraction. Materials Science Forum, 433- 436, 571-4 (2003).
  33. C. L. H. Devlin, S. Chiang, and T. P. Russell, The Effects of Varied Imidization Conditions on Rubbed Polymide Film Surface Morphology. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 93, 1192-1197 (2004).
  34. Y. Sato, T.F.Johnson, J. A. Giacomo, S.Chiang, X.D.Zhu, D.P.Land, F.Nolting, and A.Scholl Magnetic Domain Structures in Ultrathin FexNi(1-x) / Cu(111) : Dependence on Film Thickness and Stoichiometry. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 22, 135-139 (2004).
  35. A. Loui and S. Chiang,Investigation of Furan on Vicinal Pd(111) By Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Applied Surface Science, 237, 555-560 (2004).
  36. Xiubin Qi, F. E. Osterloh, S. A. Barriga, J. A. Giacomo, and S. Chiang, Molecular Adsorption to LiMo3Se3 Nanowire Film Chemiresistors, Analytical Chemistry, 78, 1306-1311 (2006).
  37. Xiubin Qi, F. E. Osterloh, J. A. Giacomo, and S. Chiang, Effect of additives on LiMo3Se3 nanowire film chemical sensors, Langmuir, 22, 8253-8256 (2006).
  38. Y. Sato, S. Chiang, and N. C. Bartelt, Spontaneous Domain Switching During Phase Separation for Pb/Ge(111),  Physical Review Letters, 99, 096103 (2007).
  39. O. C. Compton, C. H. Mullet, S. Chiang, and F. E. Osterloh, A Building Block Approach to Photochemical Water-Splitting Catalysts Based on Layered Niobate Nanosheets, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 112, 6202-6208 (2008).
  40. Y. Sato and S. Chiang, Phase Coexistence Between the (sqrt 3 x sqrt 3)R30 degree- beta and (1x1) Phases on Pb/Ge(111), Surface Science,603, 2300–2304 (2009).
  41. C. L. H. Devlin, Y. Sato, and S. Chiang,Morphology of the Cu2O Surface Oxide Phase Formed on Cu(100) at High Temperature, Journal of Applied Physics, 105, 123534 (2009).
  42. M. Sprinkle, D. Siegel, Y. Hu, J. Hicks, A. Tejeda, A. Taleb-Ibrahimi, P. Le Fèvre, F. Bertran, S. Vizzini, H. Enriquez, S. Chiang, P. Soukiassian, C. Berger, W.A. de Heer, A. Lanzara, and E.H. Conrad, First direct observation of a nearly ideal graphene band structure, Physical Review Letters, 103, 226803 (2009).
  43. S. Vizzini, H. Enriquez, S. Chiang, H. Oughaddou, and P. Soukiassian,Nano-structures Developing at the Graphene/Silicon Carbide Interface, Surface Science, 605, L6-11 (2011).
  44. Yueming Li, Marshall van Zijll, Shirley Chiang, and Ning Pan,KOH Modified Graphene Nanosheets for Supercapacitor Electrodes, Journal of Power Sources, 196, 6003-6006 (2011).
  45. Shirley Chiang, Imaging Atoms and Molecules on Surfaces by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 44, 464001 (2011).
  46. Cory H. Mullet and Shirley Chiang, High temperature growth of Ag phases on Ge(111), Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 31, 020602 (2013).
  47. C. H. Mullet and S. Chiang, Reconstructions and Phase Transition of Clean Ge(110), Surface Science, 621, 184-190 (2014).

Theses

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Ph.D. Theses

  1. Don Norimi Futaba, "Observations and Calculations of Adsorbed Organic Molecules and Surface Reactions on Metal Surfaces Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy," (Ph.D. December 2000), Research Scientist, Research Center for Advanced Carbon Materials, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba, Japan.
  2. David Ernest Muzzall, "Design and Construction of Low-Temperature Ultrahigh Vacuum STM/AFM and the Effect of Dosing Pressure on Coverage and Ordered Structure of Oxygen on W(110)," (Ph.D. March, 2001), Financial Analyst, DRW Trading in Chicago, Illinois.
  3. Christie Lee Halle Devlin, "The Structure and Dynamics of Metal and Polymer Surfaces and Thin Films," (Ph.D. June, 2001), Staff Scientist, General Dynamics Information Technology, AFRL/MLPJ Laser Lithography Lab, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
  4. Gayle Echo Thayer, "The Role of Stress in Thin Alloy Films: A Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Investigation of CoAg/Ru(0001)," (Ph.D. September, 2001). Winner of the prestigious Wayne B. Nottingham Prize at the Physical Electronics Conference, Taos, NM, June 11-13, 2001, for best surface science thesis presented at the conference. Staff Scientist, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  5. Albert Loui, "An Experimental and Theoretical Study of Furan Decomposition on Pd(111) Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Density Functional Theory," (Ph.D. March, 2005), Staff Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California.
  6. Shon Thomas Prisbrey, "Structural and Magnetic Fluence Dependence in Co0.038Ti0.96202 and Co0.049Ti0.95102 Thin Films Synthesized by Pulse Laser Deposition," (Ph.D. June, 2005), Staff Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California.
  7. Yu Sato, "Thin Film Microscopy of Pb on Ge(111) Phase Transitions and FexNi(1-x) on Cu(111) Magnetic Surface Alloy," (Ph.D. September, 2005), Postdoctoral Researcher, University of California, Davis, California; Application Scientist, Gatan Inc., Pleasanton, California.
  8. Donell Brandon Hoffman, "An Experimental Study of the Growth and Temperature Dependence of Pb on W(110) by Low Energy Electron Microscopy," (Ph.D. March, 2007). Winner of Second Prize for the Margaret Burbridge Student Award for Best Experimental Research at the American Physical Society (APS) California Section Meeting, California State University, Sacramento, CA, Oct. 21-22, 2005. Assistant Professor of Physics, Houghton College, Houghton, New York.
  9. Jason Allan Giacomo, "A Low Energy Electron Microscopy Study of the Growth and Surface Dynamics of Ag/Ge(111) and Au/Ge(111)," (Ph.D. December, 2009). Winner of First Prize for the Margaret Burbridge Award for Best Experimental Research by a Graduate Student at the American Physical Society (APS) California Section Meeting, California State University, Long Beach, CA, Oct. 27-28, 2006. Mass Spectrometry Engineer, Vitalea Science, Davis, California.
  10. Cory Hostetler Mullet, "Growth of Ir on Ge(111) and Ge(110) and Growth of Ag on Ge(111), Ge(110), and Ge(001) Studied by Low Energy Electron Microscopy and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy," (Ph.D. June, 2012). Finalist in Mort M. Traum Surface Science Student Award Competition, American Vacuum Society, Albuquerque, NM, October 17-22, 2010.

B. S. Theses

  1. Kelly Campos, "Design and Construction of Scanning Tunneling Microscope," June 1996, highest honors.
  2. James Paul Landry, "Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Xylene on Pd(111)," June 2000, highest honors. (Ph.D. UC Davis 2008), Postdoctoral Fellow, UC Davis.
  3. Jacob Shine, "Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of TiO2(110)," June, 2002, highest honors.
  4. James Morad, "Surface Magneto-Optical Kerr Effect of Co-Ta Thin Film,", December 2010, hignest honors. Graduate Student, University of California, Davis.
  5. Eric Poppenheiner, "Reconstruction of a Low Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscope and Imaging of Graphite and Gold on Mica," June 2011, highest honors. Graduate Student, Physics, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
  6. Gregory Czap, "Design and Reconstruction of a Low-Temperature Ultra-High Vacuum Scanning Tunneling Microscope," June 2011, highest honors. Graduate Student, Physics, University of California, Irvine.
  7. Alexander D. Sherman, "Restoration of a Low-Temperature Ultra-High Vacuum Scanning Tunneling Microscope," June 2012, high honors. Graduate Student, Physics, Boston University.
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