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Oxide & Quantum Materials Lab.

Prof. Junwoo Son Group

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Directional ionic transport
across the oxide interface
enables low-temperature
epitaxy of rutile TiO₂

Heterogenous interfaces exhibit the unique phenomena by
the redistribution of charged species to equilibrate the…

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Reversible phase modulation
and hydrogen storage in
multivalent VO₂ epitaxial thin films

Hydrogen, the smallest and lightest atomic element,
is reversibly incorporated into interstitial sites in vanadium

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Metal Nanoparticle Exsolution
on a Perovskite Stannate
Support with High Electrical
Conductivity

Significant effort has been devoted to the design of
heterogeneous catalysts, i.e., oxide supports that bear

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Gate-Induced Massive and
Reversible Phase Transition of
VO₂ Channels Using Soild-
State Proton Electrolytes

The use of gate bias to control electronic phases in VO2, an
archetypical correlated oxide, offers a powerful method to

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We are currently looking for highly motivated
undergraduate, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.
Interested candidates are welcome to contact Prof. Junwoo Son.

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