His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Transmission electron microscopy, Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Molecular physics and Condensed matter physics. His studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Optoelectronics, Phase and Polymer. In his work, Crystal structure, Acceleration voltage, Stone–Wales defect, Phase transition and Transition point is strongly intertwined with Crystallographic defect, which is a subfield of Transmission electron microscopy.
Christian Kisielowski has researched Scanning transmission electron microscopy in several fields, including Lens, Monolayer, Electron and Resolution. Christian Kisielowski interconnects Conventional transmission electron microscope, Energy filtered transmission electron microscopy and Electron tomography in the investigation of issues within Monolayer. Christian Kisielowski has included themes like Graphene and High-resolution transmission electron microscopy in his Molecular physics study.
His primary areas of study are Transmission electron microscopy, Optics, Nanotechnology, High-resolution transmission electron microscopy and Electron. His studies deal with areas such as Chemical physics, Crystallography, Molecular physics, Lattice and Analytical chemistry as well as Transmission electron microscopy. His work carried out in the field of Molecular physics brings together such families of science as Quantum well, Indium and Dislocation.
His Nanotechnology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Atomic units. As part of the same scientific family, Christian Kisielowski usually focuses on High-resolution transmission electron microscopy, concentrating on Energy filtered transmission electron microscopy and intersecting with Conventional transmission electron microscope. His study brings together the fields of Atom and Electron.
Christian Kisielowski mainly focuses on Electron microscope, Transmission electron microscopy, Electron, Nanotechnology and Optics. His Electron microscope study combines topics in areas such as Polyvinylidene fluoride, Picosecond, Radiochemistry, Analytical chemistry and Graphene. His Transmission electron microscopy research incorporates elements of Chemical physics, Optoelectronics, Band gap, Carbon nanotube and Ziegler–Natta catalyst.
The concepts of his Electron study are interwoven with issues in Atom, Molecular physics and Holography. His Nanotechnology research integrates issues from Atomic units and Phase. His work on Resolution, Energy filtered transmission electron microscopy and Wedge as part of general Optics research is frequently linked to Noise and Low dose, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Electron, Electron microscope, Resolution, Transmission electron microscopy and Holography. His studies in Electron integrate themes in fields like Atom and Molecular physics. As part of his studies on Molecular physics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Polymer.
His research investigates the link between Resolution and topics such as Beam that cross with problems in High-resolution transmission electron microscopy, Electron beam processing, Optoelectronics and Material properties. His High-resolution transmission electron microscopy study incorporates themes from Sample and Energy filtered transmission electron microscopy. His Transmission electron microscopy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chemical physics, Atomic units, Instability and Transition metal.
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Graphene at the edge: stability and dynamics.
Çağlar Ö. Girit;Jannik C. Meyer;Rolf Erni;Marta D. Rossell.
Direct Imaging of Lattice Atoms and Topological Defects in Graphene Membranes
Jannik C. Meyer;C. Kisielowski;R. Erni;Marta D. Rossell.
Nano Letters (2008)
Observation of Single Colloidal Platinum Nanocrystal Growth Trajectories
Haimei Zheng;Rachel K. Smith;Young-wook Jun;Christian Kisielowski.
Atomic-Resolution Imaging with a Sub-50-pm Electron Probe
Rolf P. Erni;Marta D. Rossell;Christian Kisielowski;Ulrich Dahmen.
Physical Review Letters (2009)
Grain Boundary Mapping in Polycrystalline Graphene
Kwanpyo Kim;Zonghoon Lee;Zonghoon Lee;William Regan;William Regan;C. Kisielowski.
ACS Nano (2011)
Air-stable magnesium nanocomposites provide rapid and high-capacity hydrogen storage without using heavy-metal catalysts
Ki-Joon Jeon;Hoi Ri Moon;Hoi Ri Moon;Anne M. Ruminski;Bin Jiang.
Nature Materials (2011)
Atomically thin hexagonal boron nitride probed by ultrahigh-resolution transmission electron microscopy
Nasim Alem;Rolf Erni;Rolf Erni;Christian Kisielowski;Christian Kisielowski;Marta D. Rossell;Marta D. Rossell.
Physical Review B (2009)
Free-floating ultrathin two-dimensional crystals from sequence-specific peptoid polymers
Ki Tae Nam;Sarah A. Shelby;Philip H. Choi;Amanda B. Marciel.
Nature Materials (2010)
Detection of Single Atoms and Buried Defects in Three Dimensions by Aberration-Corrected Electron Microscope with 0.5-Å Information Limit
C. Kisielowski;B. Freitag;M. Bischoff;H. van Lin.
Microscopy and Microanalysis (2008)
Ferroelectric order in individual nanometre-scale crystals
Mark J. Polking;Myung-Geun Han;Amin Yourdkhani;Valeri Petkov.
Nature Materials (2012)
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