List of software developed:
- WebEMAPS, an on-line website for simulation of electron diffraction patterns,
images and structure visualization at emaps.mrl.uiuc.edu.
- JProbe, a Java based software for simulation of electron probe for aberration
corrected electron microscopes. Click on JProbe to run the program
(Copyrighted, J.M. Zuo and E. Olsen, 2008).
- HOLZ, a FORTRAN program for plotting HOLZ lines, as listed in "Electron
Microdiffraction" by Spence and Zuo, Plenum, 1992. Click on HOLZ for word
document, including a description, program and example input (*).
- TCBED, a FORTRAN program for Bloch wave simulations, as listed in
"Electron Microdiffraction" by Spence and Zuo, Plenum, 1992. Click on TCBED
for word document, including a description, program and example input (*).
- JMULTIS, a FORTRAN program for multislice simulations, as listed in
"Electron Microdiffraction" by Spence and Zuo, Plenum, 1992. Click on
JMULTIS for word document, including a description, program and example
- EXTAL, electron structure factor and lattice refinement program by fitting
diffraction pattern using dynamical theory.
- Zmult, a program based on the multislice method for diffraction and imaging
simulation, including annular dark field (ADF) STEM with aberration corrector.
- Probe, a program to simulate electron probes, Ronchigram, CTF for
-TeMA, DM (DigitalMicrograph) pluggin for lattice and strain analysis (J. M.
Zuo, A. B. Shah, H. Kim, Y. F. Meng, W. P. Gao, and J. L. Rouviere,
Ultramicroscopy 136, 50, 2014).
(*) The source code here is provided for study only, it is not supported nor
updated since the initial publication.
Information and Download:
- Click HERE to download a PDF file for a description of how to build multiple
twinned particles written by Weijie Huang (The documents is a part of his
- Click HERE for a description of JProbe and download link.
- Click HERE for a DigitalMicrograph Pluggin, which has a number useful
utilities including draw a lattice on images, power spectrum, read and write
small header file compatible with PC. The file in zip format should be extracted
and placed inside the Pluggin folder of DigitalMicrograph. The functions are
grouped under a new menu called UIUC_QEM.
Professor Jian-Min Zuo Research Group
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign