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Sungmin Kim (IntlAssoc)

Sungmin Kim is a Visiting Researcher in the Nanoscale Processes and Measurements Group. He received a B.S. and Ph.D in Physics from Seoul National University, Korea. His doctoral research focused on the epitaxial film growth of the iron based high Tc superconductors by pulsed laser deposition method, and its measurements by scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy. Sungmin is working with Joseph Stroscio, developing the ultrahigh temperature scanning probe microscope system to investigate the physical properties of graphene or topological insulators at the nanometer scale.

Selected Programs/Projects

  • Energy Bandgap and Edge States in an Epitaxially Grown Graphene/h-BN Heterostructure, B. Hwang, J. Hwang, J. K. Yoon, S. Lim, S. Kim, M. Lee, J. H. Kwon, H. Baek, D. Sung, G. Kim, S. Hong, J. Ihm, J. Stroscio, and Y. Kuk, Scientific Report 6, 31160 (2016)
  • Electron-Beam Assisted Growth of Hexagonal Boron-Nitride Layer, B. Hwang, J. Kwon, M. Lee, S.J. Lim, S. Jeon, S. Kim, U. Ham, Y.J. Song, Y. Kuk, Curr. Applied Physics 13, 1365 (2013)
  • Surface Reconstruction and Charge Modulation in BaFe2As2 Superconducting Film, S. Kim, S. Yi, M. Oh, B. Jang, W. Nam, Y.C. Yoo, M. Lee, H. Jeon, I. Zoh, H. Lee, K.H. Kim, J.H. Shim, Young Kuk. (to be submitted)

Publications

Edge channels of broken-symmetry quantum Hall states in graphene visualized by atomic force microscopy

Author(s)
Joseph A. Stroscio, Sungmin Kim, Johannes Schwenk, Daniel T. Walkup, Yihang Zeng, Fereshte Ghahari, Son T. Le, Marlou R. Slot, Julian Berwanger, Steven R. Blankenship, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Franz Giessibl, Nikolai Zhitenev, Cory Dean
The quantum Hall (QH) effect, a topologically non-trivial quantum phase, expanded and brought into focus the concept of topological order in physics. The

Achieving µeV tunneling resolution in an in-operando scanning tunneling microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and magnetotransport system for quantum materials research

Author(s)
Johannes Schwenk, Sungmin Kim, Julian Berwanger, Fereshte Ghahari Kermani, Daniel T. Walkup, Marlou R. Slot, Son T. Le, W. G. Cullen, Steven R. Blankenship, Sasa Vranjkovic, Hans Hug, Young Kuk, Franz Giessibl, Joseph A. Stroscio
Research in new quantum materials require multi-mode measurements spanning length scales, correlations of atomic scale variables with macroscopic function, and
Created August 15, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021