| Chuhee Kwon, Ph. D.
Department of Physics and Astronomy
California State University-Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Blvd,
Long Beach, CA 90840-3901
B. S. Seoul National University, Korea
M. S. Pohang Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Ph. D. University of Maryland, College Park (with Prof. T. Venkatesan)
Dr. Kwon's research interests are in experimental condensed matter and materials physics. Her research is mainly centered around perovskite oxide materials. She has been involved in thin film and multilayer fabrications, the characterization of structural and physical properties, and novel device developments using perovskite oxides. She is currently developing a variable temperature scanning laser microscope (VTSLM) as a new characterization instrument. VTSLM measures local optical response, and that can be related non-uniformities responsible to reduce the performance of materials. Click here to know more about research activities.
Dr. Kwon's research is currently funded by the Department of Defense.
Research Opportunities for Graduate and Undergraduate Students
CSULB: California State University, Long Beach
CNSM: College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Department of Physics and Astronomy Department