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Jesse Jur

Associate Professor

NC State University, Textile Engineering, Chemistry & Science
1020 Main Campus Dr. Raleigh, NC 27606


Post Doctoral Associate, Materials Science and Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2007-2008
 Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2007
 M.S., Chemical Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University, 2003
 B.S., Chemical Engineering, The University of South Carolina, 2001

Research interests

Dr. Jur is the Principal Investigator for NEXT (Nano-EXtended Textiles) research group, which seeks to develops innovative methods impart new electronic and electro-optical modifications characteristics to polymer films, fibers, and fabrics. We are inspired by a system-level research strategies that relate textiles and electronics to realize current and future opportunities in wearable and flexible technologies. Two themes define the NEXT research group:
Textile-inspired electronic devices. This research focuses on close-to-market strategies for textile electronic system design and low-cost/high-function materials integration. This includes the study of materials from parallel supply chains (such as printed electronics) in order to understand opportunities for novel electronic textiles. To accomplish this, we develops full system demonstration platforms to study the impact of the textile on the device and vice versa.  This has included system level designs of human energy harvesting and physiological sensing.
Nanomaterial modifications polymers. This research focuses on future materials and process development through fundamental investigations of nanomaterials application to fibrous and planar polymer substrates via vapor phase processing, such as atomic layer deposition and sequential vapor infiltration. Through these processes we investigate the changes to the thermal, electrical, and optical behavior of the polymer.

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Yokus, M. A., & Jur, J. S. Fabric-based wearable dry electrodes for body surface biopotential recording, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 63, 423 (2016). link

Akyildiz, H. I., Stano, K. L., Roberts, A. T., Everitt, H. O., & Jur, J. S, Photoluminescence mechanism and photocatalytic activity of organic-inorganic hybrid materials formed by sequential vapor infiltration, Langmuir, 32, 4289 (2016). link

H. I., Mousa, M. B. M., & Jur, J. S., Atmospheric pressure synthesis of photoluminescent hybrid materials by sequential organometallic vapor infiltration into polyethylene terephthalate fibers, J. Appl. Phys. 1197, 045301 (2015). link

Marcott, C., Lo, M., Dillon, E., Akyildiz, H. I., & Jur, J. S., Depth profiling trimethylaluminum-modified PET fibers by nanoscale infrared spectroscopy, American Laboratory, 47(2), 12 (2015). link

Misra, V., Bozkurt, A., Calhoun, B., Jackson, T., Jur, J. S., Lach, J., Lee, B., Muth, J., Oralkan, O., Ozturk, M., Trolier-McKinstry, S., Vashaee, D., Wentzloff, D., & Zhu, Y., Flexible technologies for self-powered wearable health and environmental sensing, Proceedings of the IEEE, 103, 665 (2015). link

Yildiz, O., Stano, K., Faraji, S., Stone, C., Willis, C., Zhang, X. W., Jur, J. S., & Bradford, P. D., High performance carbon nanotube – polymer nanofiber hybrid fabrics, Nanoscale, 7, 16744 (2015). link

Farahbakhsh, N., Roodposhti, P. S., Ayoub, A., Venditti, R. A., & Jur, J. S., Melt extrusion of polyethylene nanocomposites reinforced with nanofibrillated cellulose from cotton and wood sources, J. Appl. Polymer Science, DOI: 10.1002/app.41857 (2015). link

Akyildiz, H. I., & Jur, J. S., Organometallic exposure dependence on organic-inorganic hybrid material formation in polyethylene terephthalate and polyamide 6 polymer fibers, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A, Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films, doi.org/10.1116/1.4907563 (2015). link

Padbury, R. P., & Jur, J. S., Comparison of precursor infiltration into polymer thin films via atomic layer deposition and sequential vapor infiltration using in-situ quartz crystal microgravimetry, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 32, 041602 (2014). link

Stano, K. L., Carroll, M., Padbury, R., McCord, M., Jur, J. S., & Bradford, P. D., Conformal atomic layer deposition of alumina on millimeter tall, vertically-aligned carbon nanotube arrays ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, 6, 19135 (2014). link

Padbury, R. P., & Jur, J. S., Effect of polymer microstructure on the nucleation behavior of alumina via atomic layer deposition, J. Phys.l Chemy. C, 118, 18805 (2014). link

Akyildiz, H. I., Lo, M., Dillon, E., Roberts, A. T., Everitt, H. O., & Jur, J. S., Formation of novel photoluminescent hybrid materials by sequential vapor infiltration into polyethylene terephthalate fibers, J. Mater. Research, 29, 2817 (2014). link

Farahbakhsh, N., Venditti, R. A., & Jur, J. S., Mechanical and thermal investigation of thermoplastic nanocomposite films fabricated using micro- and nano-sized fillers from recycled cotton T-shirts, Cellulose, 21, 2743 (2014). link

Sweet, W. J., Jur, J. S., & Parsons, G. N., Bi-layer Al2O3/ZnO atomic layer deposition for controllable conductive coatings on polypropylene nonwoven fiber mats, J. Appl. Phys., 113, 194303 (2013). link

Sun, Y. J., Padbury, R. P., Akyildiz, H. I., Goertz, M. P., Palmer, J. A., & Jur, J. S., Influence of subsurface hybrid material growth on the mechanical properties of atomic layer deposited thin films on polymers, Chem. Vap. Deposition, 19, 134 (2013). link

Parsons, G. N., Atanasov, S. E., Dandley, E. C., Devine, C. K., Gong, B., Jur, J. S., Lee, K., Oldham, C. J., Peng, Q., Spagnola, J. C., & Williams, P. S., Mechanisms and reactions during atomic layer deposition on polymers, Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 257, 3323 (2013). link

Mousa, M. B. M., Oldham, C. J., Jur, J. S., & Parsons, G. N., Effect of temperature and gas velocity on growth per cycle during Al(2)O(3) and ZnO atomic layer deposition at atmospheric pressure. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology. A, Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films24, 30(1) (2012). link

Lee, K., Jur, J. S., Kim, D. H., & Parsons, G. N., Mechanisms for hydrophilic/hydrophobic wetting transitions on cellulose cotton fibers coated using Al(2)O(3) atomic layer deposition. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology, A, Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films, 30, 01A155 (2012). link

Jur, J. S., & Parsons, G. N., Nanoscale ceramic surface modification of textiles by atomic layer deposition, ACerS Bulletin 91, 24(2012). link

Jur, J. S., & Parsons, G. N., Atomic layer deposition of Al2O3 and ZnO at atmospheric pressure in a flow tube reactor, ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, 3, 299 (2011). link

Jur, J. S., Wheeler, V. D., Lichtenwalner, D. J., Maria, J. P., & Johnson, M. A. L., Epitaxial growth of lanthanide oxides La2O3 and Sc2O3 on GaN, Applied Physics Letters, 98, 042902 (2011). link

Hyde, G. K., Scarel, G., Spagnola, J. C., Peng, Q., Lee, K., Gong, B., Roberts, K. G., Roth, K. M., Hanson, C. A., Devine, C. K., Stewart, S. M., Hojo, D., Na, J. S., Jur, J. S., & Parsons, G. N., Atomic layer deposition and abrupt wetting transitions on nonwoven polypropylene and woven cotton fabrics, Langmuir, 26, 2550 (2010). link

Jur, J. S., Spagnola, J. C., Lee, K., Gong, B., Peng, Q., & Parsons, G. N., Temperature-dependent subsurface growth during atomic layer deposition on polypropylene and cellulose fibers, Langmuir, 26, 8239 (2010). link

P. D., Sivasubramani, P., Huang, J., Young, C. D., Quevedo-Lopez, M. A., Wen, H. C., Alshareef, H., Choi, K., Park, C. S., Freeman, K., Hussain, M. M., Bersuker, G., Harris, H. R., Majhi, P., Choi, R., Lysaght, P., Lee, B. H., Tseng, H. H., et al, Dipole model explaining high-k/metal gate field effect transistor threshold voltage tuning, Appl. Phys. Lett., 92, 092901 (2008). link

LeBeau, J. M., Jur, J. S., Lichtenwalner, D. J., Craft, H. S., Maria, J. P., Kingon, A. I., Klenov, D. O., Cagnon, J., & Stemmer, S., High temperature stability of Hf-based gate dielectric stacks with rare-earth oxide layers for threshold voltage control, Appl. Phys. Lett., 92, 112912 (2008). link

Inoue, N., Lichtenwalner, D. J., Jur, J. S., & Kingon, A. I., Analysis of interface states in LaSixOy metal-insulator-semiconductor structures, Jap. J. Appl. Phys.. Part 1, 46, 6480 (2007). link

Jur, J. S., Lichtenwalner, D. J., & Kingon, A. I., High temperature stability of lanthanum silicate dielectric on Si (001), Appl. Phys. Lett90, 102908 (2007). link

Lichtenwalner, D. J., Jur, J. S., Jha, R., Inoue, N., Chen, B., Misra, V., & Kingon, A. I., High-temperature stability of lanthanum silicate gate dielectric MIS devices with Ta and TaN electrodes, J. Electrochemical Society, 153, F210-F214 (2006). link