Dr. Jacqueline Anne Johnson

Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering
The University of Tn Space Institute Tullahoma, TN 37388-9700

Telephone: 931-393-7474
Email: jjohnson@utsi.edu
Curriculum Vitae



  • 1978-84 University of Liverpool
  • 1981 B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics; 1st class.
  • 1985 Ph.D. in Physics.
  • Thesis Title: Mössbauer spectroscopic studies of linear and non-linear magnetic excitations in
    This included the experimental study of spin waves, solitary excitations, and superparamagnetism at low temperatures and high magnetic fields.
  • 1988-89 City and Guilds Further and Adult Education Teachers Certificate.
  • 1990-91 Certificate in Education (Post 16).

Professional Experience

  • 1991-95 Associate Professor, Engineering, Liverpool John Moore’s University.
  • 1993-95 Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics, University of Liverpool.
  • 1995-99 Scientist in Material Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, USA.
  • 1999-01 Assistant Division Director, Material Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory, USA.
  • 2001-2007 Scientist, Energy Technology, Argonne National Laboratory, USA.
  • 2007- 2013 Special Term Appointee, Nuclear Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory, USA.
  • 2007- Associate Professor, University of Tennessee Space Institute, Tullahoma, USA.

Research Interests

  • Characterization of Amorphous Materials
  • Glass Ceramics
  • Nanoparticles in Medicine
  • Medical Applications of Materials

Honors and Awards

  • 2007 R & D 100 award
  • 2010 Who’s Who in America
  • 2011 Patent: #, US 8,008,642: Computed Radiography System for Mammography
  • 2011 Fellow of the Institute of Physics
  • 2013 Fellow of the American Ceramic Society
  • 2014 UT College of Engineering Professional Promise in Research Award
  • 2015 PD 15092-07: A Method for Creating Functionally Graded, Optically Active, Glass Ceramics
  • 2017 PD 17078-07: System to Aid Visualization of Cancerous Tissue during a Lumpectomy
  • 2017 PD 17107-07: Thin film fluoride glasses for passive temperature sensing and recording
  • 2017 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2017 PD 18021-07: Iron Nanoparticles for Hyperthermia and Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Recent Publications

  • 1. A Zinc Oxide Carbon Nanotube Based Sensor for In Situ Monitoring of Hydrogen Peroxide in Swimming Pools.
    Mulugeta B. Wayu, Julie King, Jacqueline A. Johnson, and Charles C. Chusuei.
    Electroanalysis 27 1-8 (2015). DOI 10.1002/elan.201500187
  • 2. The magnetic and crystal structures of Sr1-δFeO 2-xFx, a new oxyfluoride.
    Bing Li, John Woods, Joan Siewenie, Hien-Yoong Hah, Jacqueline A. Johnson, Charles E. Johnson, and Despina Louca.
    Chem. Commun., 52, 2386 (2016).
  • 3. Mössbauer studies of stoichiometry of Fe3O4: Characterization of nanoparticles for biomedical applications.
    C. E. Johnson, J. A. Johnson, H. Y. Hah, ·M. Cole, S. Gray, ·V. Kolesnichenko, P. Kucheryavy and G. Goloverda.
    Hyperfine Interactions (2016) 237:27 DOI 10.1007/s10751-016-1277-6
  • 4. Local structural variation with oxygen fugacity in Fe2SiO4+x fayalitic iron silicate melts.
    Oliver Alderman, Lena Lazareva, Martin C Wilding, Chris J Benmore, Steve Heald, Charles E Johnson, Jacqueline A Johnson, Hien-Yoong Hah, Samuel Sendelbach, Anthony Tamalonis, Lawrie B Skinner, John B Parise and Richard Weber. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 203 15-36 (2017).


  • 5. Iron K-edge x-ray absorption near-edge structure spectroscopy of aerodynamically levitated silicate melts and glasses.
    O.L.G. Alderman, M.C. Wilding, A. Tamalonis, S. Sendelbach, S. Heald, C.J. Benmore, C.E. Johnson, J.A. Johnson, H.-Y. Hah and J.K.R. Weber.
    Chem. Geo.453 169-185 (2017). DOI 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2017.01.020.


  • 6. The effects of sodium fluoride content on the properties of fluorochlorozirconate glass ceramics and their performance as storage phosphors.
    Russell L. Leonard, Anthony R. Lubinsky and Jacqueline A. Johnson.
    J. of American Ceramic Society 100 1551-1560 (2017). DOI: 10.1111/jace.14681


  • 7. Oxygen insertion reactions within the one-dimensional channels of phases related to FeSb2O4.
    Benjamin P. de Laune, Gregory J. Rees, Mariana J. Whitaker, Hien-Yoong Hah, Charles E. Johnson, Jacqueline A. Johnson, Dennis E. Brown, Matthew G. Tucker, Thomas C. Hansen, Frank J. Berry, John V. Hanna, and Colin Greaves.
    Inorganic Chemistry 56 594-607 (2017).


  • 8. Concentration-dependent luminescence and energy transfer in Tb3+/Eu3+ doped borate and fluorozirconate glasses.
    Sebastian Loos, Mreedula Mungra, Franziska Steudel, Bernd Ahrens, Russell Lee Leonard, Jacqueline Anne Johnson and Stefan Schweizer.
    J. Luminescence 187 298-303 (2017).


  • 9. Magnetism and Mössbauer study of formation of •-Fe2O3-based core-shell nanoparticles.
    S Kamali, E Bringas, H Y Hah, B Bates, J A Johnson, C E Johnson, and P Stroeve.
    J. of Mag. and Magnetic Materials 451 131–136 (2018).


  • 10. Topotactic fluorine insertion into the channels of FeSb2O4 related materials.
    de Laune, Benjamin; Rees, Gregory; Marco, Jose Francisco; Hah, Hien-Yoong ; Johnson, Charles; Johnson, Jacqueline Anne; Berry, Frank; Hanna, John; Greaves, Colin.
    Inorg. Chem. 2017, 56, 10078−10089 (2017). DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01613