"You can call me TJ. Unless you are older than me, then you should call me Sonne!"

I first saw TJ do his thing at the Midwestern Conference of The Society for Photographic Education. This encounter is chronicled in a Windows Movie Maker Movie made as a grad school project for TIE (Technology in Education) 585AC, Digital Storytelling. The topic for everyone's project was "The Day That Changed My Life". So click here to download mine, as TJ plays a major part in it.

Here is Web Gallery (needs Flash Player to work, be forewarned) of images in my archives of TJ, taken by Hans Bjelkhagen, Mark Diamond, Joan Hackett, Carlos Vertanessian, and myself.

Here is a redaction of my eulogy of him at the Tung Hon Jeong Memorial at Lake Forest College on behalf of the holographic community, on July 18th, 2015.

Here is one of his last papers, ever the educator through and through.

Here are some papers I was fortunate to be included as a co-author. Usually he did the heay math lifting, and I got to run the proof of existence experiments!

"Coherence Length and Holography", with T. Jeong, Q. Feng, and Z. Qu, Proceedings of the SPIE, Vol. 1396, 1990.

"Progress in True Color Holography", with T. Jeong, Proceedings of the SPIE, Vol. 1211, 1990.

"HOE for Holography", with T. Jeong, Proceedings of the First International Congress on Holography, Varna, Bulgaria, 1989.

Here are some papers where he is mentioned.

"Demonstration Of A Large-Size Real-Time Full-Color Three-Dimensional Display", Xinzhu Sang, Frank C. Fan, C. C. Jiang, Sam Choi, Wenhua Dou, Chongxiu Yu, and Daxiong Xu, December 15, 2009 / Vol. 34, No. 24 / OPTICS LETTERS p.3803

"The Doctor Is In", Chris Chiaverina, THE PHYSICS TEACHER, Vol. 41, May 2003