Jingxu Zheng

Jingxu (Kent) Zheng

Materials Science and Engineering


Jingxu (Kent) Zheng, PhD Student

Kent joined the Archer research group in 2017 and focuses on energy storage, specifically using electron microscopy as a characterization tool for energy storage systems. Visit Kent's Google Scholar page to learn more about his research.


  • Zheng, J. K., Luo, R., Zeng, X., & Chen, B. (2018). Nano-scale precipitation and phase growth in Mg-Gd binary alloy: An atomic-scale investigation using HAADF-STEM. Materials & Design, 137, 316-324.
  • Zheng, J.K., Xu, X., Luo, R., Zeng, X. and Chen, B., 2018. Degradation of precipitation hardening in 7075 alloy subject to thermal exposure: A Cs-corrected STEM study. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 741, pp.656-660.
  • Zheng, J.X., Li, Z., Xu, X.S., Luo, R.C. and Chen, B., 2016. Precipitation in Mg-Gd-Y-Zr Alloy: Atomic-scale insights into structures and transformations. Materials Characterization, 117, pp.76-83.
  • Zhao, Q., Zheng, J. and Archer, L.A., 2018. Interphases in Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: Towards Deployable Devices with Competitive Energy Density and Stability. ACS Energy Letters.