Dr. Jesse Jur

Assistant Professor

Textile Engineering, Chemistry, and Science

Phone: 919-515-1676
Email: jsjur@ncsu.edu
Address: 2401 Research Dr.
Room: 3147 | Map Location

Research Areas

Prof. Jur's research targets the development of materials processing methods for nanoscale inorganic integration with polymer-based materials, including nonwoven textiles. Applications for his research include new electronic textiles that respond to chemical, photo and mechanical environmental changes, as well as the enhancement of the mechanical and thermal stability of modified fiber systems.  

Most Recent Publications

1. Gregory N. Parsons, Sarah E. Atanasov, Erinn C. Dandley, Christina K. Devine, Bo Gong, Jesse S. Jur, Kyoungmi Lee, Christopher J. Oldham,Qing Peng, Joseph C. Spagnola, Philip S. Williams (2013). ?Mechanisms and Reactions During Atomic Layer Deposition on Polymers?. Coordination Chemistry Reviews , 257 (23-24) , 3323-3331.

2. Yujie Sun, Richard P. Padbury, Halil I. Akyildiz, Matthew P. Goertz, Jeremy A. Palmer and Jesse S. Jur (2013). ?Influence of Subsurface Hybrid Material Growth on the Mechanical Properties of Atomic Layer Deposited Thin Films on Polymers?. Chemical Vapor Deposition , 19 (4-6) , 134-141.

3. Jonathan C. Halbur, Richard P. Padbury, and Jesse S. Jur (2013). ?Induced Wetting of Polytetrafluoroethylene by Atomic-Layer Deposition for Application of Aqueous-based Nanoparticle Inks?. Materials Letters , 101 , 25-28.

4. William J. Sweet III, Jesse S. Jur, and Gregory N. Parsons (2013). ?Bi-layer Al2O3/ZnO atomic layer deposition for controllable conductive coatings on polypropylene nonwoven fiber mats?. Journal of Applied Physics , 113 (19) , 194-303.

5. Lee, K., Jur, J., Kim, D., Parsons, G. (2012). Mechanisms for hydrophilic/hydrophobic wetting transitions on cellulose cotton fibers coated using Al2O3 atomic layer depositon. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A , 30 (1) , 01A163.

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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