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School of Materials Science and Engineering

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Welcome to Materials Science and Engineering The School of Materials Science and Engineering(MSE) at UNIST pursues a path to become a leader in materials science and engineering field, on the basis of strong academic program, highly regarded faculty, and self-driven students. The mission of the MSE is to provide our graduates with high-level of education and research experience in order to prepare them to meet the expert needs of academia, industry and national labs when it comes to scientific and engineering issues related to materials science and engineering. The MSE aims to build up strong programs to strengthen the research and education for emerging advanced materials and imminent industrial innovation, and, thus, offers two academic tracks for in-depth educational instruction; Advanced Materials Science(AMS) and Nano Materials Engineering(NME). In an effort to make pioneering advances in materials research, the current research and interests within the MSE ranges from the pure, fundamental science of advanced materials to applied science and engineering, production and utilization of nano materials. Our goal is to address the emerging scientific and engineering

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needs of the materials science and engineering field and to strive to build one of the world-class MSE programs, having close

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relations to industries.

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With gratitude to my faculty colleagues and to students, I look

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forward to establishing excellence in our education and research.

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Recent Research Activities

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Student Awards

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Research Centers

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Graduate Admissions

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Professor Zonghoon Lee Head of School of Materials Science and Engineering


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Introduction The discovery of new materials and improvement of existing ones are crucial to bettering our quality of life and solving critical technological and societal problems. Making safe, fuel efficient vehicles requires light weight, strong materials. Improving the performance of jet engines requires new materials that can be used at high temperature. Increasing the computing capabilities of microprocessors requires improved materials for use in ever smaller integrated circuits. Developing new fuels and new sources of energy involve designing new materials for energy conversion and transmission. Integration of advanced capabilities in electronics with medicine or the environment requires the development of new materials systems with that exhibit high performance and stability in harsh environments. These challenges are among the many types that materials scientists and engineers take on in their daily routines.


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AMS (Advanced Materials Science) Students in Advanced Materials Science(AMS) track will learn how the structure is controlled during the manufacturing process by various chemical, thermal, mechanical, electrical and other treatments. AMS track is directed towards understanding of various materials such as metals, ceramics, semiconductors, polymers and hybrid materials at both macroscopic and microscopic scale. Advanced materials in this area include structural materials covering cars, aerospace and ships, electronic materials covering semiconductors and displays, and energy materials covering solar cells, fuel cells, batteries and supercapacitors. We expect the students to play a key role in a wide range of modern science, technologies and industrial fields based on the knowledge of materials science and engineering.

Research Areas •Graphene •LED(Light Emitting Diode) •Organic/Molecular Electronics •Low Dimensional Materials •Advanced Characterization of Materials •Transmission Electron Microscopy •Scanning Tunneling Microscopy •Structural Light Alloys •Bio-inspired Materials •Computational Materials •Characterization and Properties of Structural Materials •Spintronics •Surface Science

Career Path •Faculty at universities •Researchers at research institutes •Researchers at national laboratories •Engineers in industries Prof. Zonghoon Lee AMS Track Chair


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NME (Nano Materials Engineering) Students in Nano Materials Engineering (NME) track will learn the basic knowledges of nano materials science and engineering. NME track is directed towards understanding of various nano materials, nano structures and its applications mostly in the nano regime. Nano materials design and synthesis, nano processing and nano devices fabrications are in the scope of this specialized track. We envision that the students will pioneer realization of nano materials in modern nano science and technologies based on the knowledge of nano materials.

Research Areas •Inorganic Nanomaterials •Organic Semiconductor •Organic Display •Nano Photonics •Semiconductor Nano-materials for Solar Cell •Nano Device Fabrication •Magnetic Materials •Multifunctional Nanocomposites •Flexible and Strechable Electronics •Wearable Electronics •Graphene Electronics •Nano Electroceramics

Career Path •Faculty at universities •Researchers at research institutes •Researchers at national laboratories •Engineers in industries

Prof. Kyung-Jin Choi

NME Track Chair


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Faculty Profiles There are 16 faculty members in Materials Science and Engineering. Many new faculty members are now being hired.

Zonghoon Lee

Lee Soon Park

Kyoung-Jin Choi

• Transmission Electron Microscopy, Atomic-scale Materials Science, Graphene, Carbon Nano Materials, In Situ TEM, Energy Materials

• Flexible OLED new materials, process and fabrication. Touch Screen Panel(TSP) new materials and process. Nano-materials synthesis and application

• Nano-structured solar cells, Hybrid solar cells, Thermoelectric and piezoelectric energy generator, Solid state cooling

Chaenyung Cha

Jae Sung Son

Sukbin Lee

Ki-Suk Lee

Hyung-Joon Shin

Sung Soo Park

Jung-Woo Yoo

• Assistant Professor

• Assistant Professor

Ju-Young Kim

• Multifunctional Nanocomposite Biomaterials, Microfabrication Technology, Tissue Engineering

• Synthesis of well-designed multifunctional nanomaterials. Inorganic ligand chemistry development for device applications. Understanding the electrical charge and heat transport in the nanomaterial solids.

• 3d materials science, Computational materials science, Microstructural evolution and transformation, Microstructure-property relation, Structural/functional metals, ceramics and composites

• Magnetic materials Magnetism in nanostructrures, Spin dynamics Magnonics (spin waves),Spintronic devices

• Multi-funtional Nanocoposites, Nano/Bio Mechanics, Device Reliablilty

• Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Nanomaterials, Interface science, Molecular and atomic science

• Alloy Design, Metallic Materials Processing, Superplasticity, TEM

• Molecular/Organic Spintronics, Spintronics, Atomic/Molecular layer deposition

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• Associate Professor / School Head / AMS Track Chair

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• Assistant Professor

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• Chair Professor

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• Assistant Professor

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• Associate Professor / NME Track Chair

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Soon-Yong Kwon

Myoung Hoon Song

Wook Jo

Jeong Min Baik

Jang-Ung Park

• Graphene.LED(Light Emittin Diode) Nanogenerator, Phase Change Materials

• Organic Semiconductor, Organic Optoelectronics, Photonic Devices,

• Lead-free piezoceramics, Feroic cooling through electrocaloric effect, Piezotronic sensors, Dielectrics for energy storage

• Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Energy & Environmental devices,Piezoelectric/Triboele ctric Generators, Artificial Photosynthesis, Smart sensor, Nanophotonics (LEDs)

• Flexible & Stretchable Electronics, Wearable Electronics, Bio-implantable Electronics

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• Associate Professor

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• Associate Professor

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• Assistant Professor

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• Associate professor

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• Assistant Professor

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• Assistant Professor

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Zonghoon Lee Associate Professor

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 401-3 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 402 Tel: +82-52-217-2327 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: zhlee@unist.ac.kr http://mse.unist.ac.kr/ Curriculum Vitae • 2014~Present: Head of School of Materials Science and Engineering • 2011~Present: Associate Professor, UNIST • 2005~2011: Postdoctoral Scientist Fellow & Senior Staff Member, National Center for Electron Microscopy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL) • 2004: Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Southern California (USC) • 2003: M.S. & Ph.D. in Materials Science, University of Southern California (USC) • Researcher, KETI • B.S. & M.S. Yonsei University Awards/Honors/Memberships • Journal Editor: Applied Microscopy • Journal Editorial Board Member: International Journal of Nano Science, Nano Engineering and Nanotechnology • Best Paper Award, Korean Microscopy Society, 2013 • The 9th APMC Scientific Photo Award, 2008. • Young Investigator Award in APMC9, 2008. • Outstanding Research Award & Distinguished Investigator Award, KETI, 1993 & 1995 • Member of Microscopy Society of America • Member of Materials Research Society • Member of American Chemical Society Research Groups • Low Dimensional Materials • Wearable Electronics

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Atomic-scale Electron Microscopy Lab.

Advanced Display Materials Lab

My research is focusing on atomic-scale characterization, design, synthesis, and properties of advanced materials and soft matters by means of aberration-corrected transmission electron microscopy and spectroscopy. In situ experiments at atomic and nano scale are implemented for my work as well.

Advanced displays such as TFT-LCD, PPP and OLED have been grown to an important industry. Research on materials for advanced display, especially OLED and flexible OLED, are very important for the good image quality and long life time of OLED displays. The materials research for flexible OLED include emitting materials (R,G,B), charge transport materials, flexible substrate and encapsulation film, etc. The fabrication process and evaluation of OLED’s are also conducted in this lab. Other research area include silver nano-wire and nano-particles, CNT, and modified graphene for OLED and touch screen panel (TSP) application.

Real Graphene Imaging: Individual Carbon Atoms

Journal Cover: Au Nanoparticle on Graphene

Journal Cover: Graphene Grain Boundaries

Research Interests 1. Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM/STEM) 2. Imaging, Spectroscopy, Simulation and In Situ Study on Aberration Corrected TEM/STEM 3. Graphene: Synthesis, Structures and Properties 4. Low-Dimensional Crystals: Nanoparticles(0D), Nanowires(1D), Graphene(2D) and so on 5. Nanostructured Materials: Structure-Property Relationships Ongoing Research Topics 1.Exploring 2D Crystals and its Hybrid: Graphene, BN, MoS2 etc 2.Defects of Graphene, hBN and MoS2 and its Applications 3.In Situ TEM Analysis of Battery Materials at Atomic-scale 4.Interfaces of Advanced Materials: Soft/Hard Interfaces 5.Imaging and Spectroscopy Study of Soft Matters and Nano Carbon Materials Research Publications (selected) 1. J. Lee et al., “High-angle Tilt Boundary Graphene Domain Recrystallized from Mobile Hot-wireassisted Chemical Vapor Deposition System,” Nano Letters, 14, 4352−4359, 2014. 2. J.H. Chu et al., “Monolithic Graphene Oxide Sheets with Controllable Composition,” Nature Communications, 5:3383, 2014. 3. Y.J. Sa et al., “Carbon Nanotubes/Heteroatom-Doped Carbon Core-Sheath Nanostructures as Highly Active, Metal-Free Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts,” Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 14;53(16):4102-6, 2014. 4. J. Ryu et al., “Fast Synthesis of High-performance Graphene Films by Hydrogen-free Rapid Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition,” ACS Nano, 8 (1), 950–956, 2014. 5. Y. Wu et al., “Crystal Structure Evolution of Individual Graphene Islands during CVD Growth on Copper Foil,” Advanced Materials, 25, 6744-6751, 2013. 6. D.H. Lee et al., “Engineering Electronic Properties of Graphene by Coupling with Si-Rich, Two Dimensional Islands,” ACS NANO, 7 (1), 301–307, 2013. (Featured on news in Institute of PhysicsNanotechweb “Silicon islands modulate graphene electronics”) 7. G. Kim et al., “Growth of High-Crystalline, Single-Layer Hexagonal Boron Nitride on Recyclable Platinum Foil,” Nano Letters, 13(4), 1834−1839, 2013. 8. G.H. Ryu et al., “Atomic Resolution Imaging of Rotated Bilayer Graphene Sheets using a Low kV Aberration-corrected TEM,” Applied Microscopy, 42(4), 218-22, 2012. (The Journal Cover) 9. K. Kim et al., “Grain Boundary Mapping in Polycrystalline Graphene,” ACS NANO, 5(3), 2142-2146, 2011. (The Journal Cover, Featured on the Perspective of the journal) 10. Z. Lee et al., “Direct Imaging of Soft-hard Interfaces Enabled by Graphene,” Nano Letters, 9(9), 3365-3369, 2009. (The Journal Cover, Featured on Science & Technology Concentrates News in C&EN magazine) Patents (selected) 1. Nanocomposite Films, U.S. Patent, 2010. 2. Substrate-Free Gas-Phase Synthesis of Graphene Sheets, U.S. Patent, 2011

Lee Soon Park

Journal Cover: Stacking of Bilayer Graphene

Chair Professor

Contact Tel: +82-52-217-2349 Phone: +82-10-9690-5627 E-mail: parkls@unist.ac.kr

Research Keywords OLED, LCD, LED, TSP, Nano composite materials, etc. Research interests Flexible OLED, LED Packaging, Index matching technology for TSP, transparent conducting film for TSP by CNT and Graphene, etc. On going research Topics (selected) Gas barrier layers for OLED, Flexible OLED materials and devices. 1. OLED Research. 1) Polymer substrates for Flexible OLEDs. 2) Donor films for Laser Induced Thermal Imaging(LITI) process of OLED. 3) OLED panel Fabrication and process technology. 2. LCD and Touch Screen Panel(TSP) Research. 1) New materials and process for LCD. 2) Transparent conducting films for TSP by using ITO, CNT and Graphene. 3) Index matching technology for ITO-PET film. 4) Fabrication of flexible touch screen panel. 3. LED Packaging Research. High performance LED packaging utilizing quantum dot. 4. Nano Composite materials. 1) Conduction electrodes of TSP by using CNT. 2) Ink for display and printed electronics utilizing graphene. Research Projects 1. LCD Flexible OLED materials and process. 2. Polyimide-glass fiber composites. 3. New metal electrodes for advanced TSP. 4. Gas barrier materials and process for Flexible OLEDs. Equipments and analytical system. 1. Cluster type OLED panel fabrication system. 2. Roll-to-Roll sputter system. Colaborating universities 1. Japan(Chuo University, Research & Development Initiative, Prof. Tomiki Ikeda) 2. China(Fudan University, Department of Material Science, Prof. Yanlei Yu)

Curriculum Vitae • 2014~Present : Chair Professor, UNIST • 2012~2014: Director, Display Nanomaterials Institute, KNU • 2012~Present: Chairman, Korean Touch Panel Industry Forum, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, Korea • 2011~2013: Vice President, Korean Information Display Society (KIDS), Korea • 2011~2013 : Vice President, High Touch Industry Association (HTIA), Korea • 2002~2013: Special Edition Guest Editor, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., (SCI Journal) • 1987~2014: Professor, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, KNU Academic Credential • 1982: Ph. D. Department of Polymer Science, Univ. of Southern Mississippi, USA • 1973: M. S Department of Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea • 1971: B. S. Department of Chemical Technology, Seoul National University, Korea Awards • 2012 Recognition Award, Korea Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy • 2012 Achievement Award, Korean Information Display Society • 2008 Achievement Award, The Korean Society of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research Groups/Membership • Society for Information Display (SID) – Member • Korean Information Display Society (KIDS) Member • American Chemical Society – Senior Member • Korean Polymer Society – Member • The Korean Society of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry - Member


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Energy-Conversion Materials (EcoMAT) Lab.

Frontier, Innovative Nanomaterials & Devices (FIND) Lab.

Designed synthesis of low-dimensional nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications 1. Nano-structured solar cell: semiconductor nanowires, quantum dots, organic/inorganic hybrid types. 2. Thermoelectric generators based on III-V nanowires and bulk materials 3. Convergent energy conversion devices: PV + Piezoelectric, PV + thermoelectric 4. GaN-based light emitting diodes (LEDs) for solid-state lightings based on nanotechnologies; QDbased FRET and color converter

Kyoung-Jin Choi

Graphene

Curriculum Vitae • 2013~Present: Vice Director, KIST-UNIST Ulsan Center for Convergent Materials • 2012~Present: Associate Professor, UNIST • 2010~2012: Principal Research Scientist, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) • 2006~2010: Senior Research Scientist, KIST • 2002~2006: Postdoctoral Fellow, UWMadison/Materials Science and Engineering • 2001~2002: Postdoctoral Fellow, POSTECH /Materials Science and Engineering Academic Credential • 2001: Ph. D. Materials Science and Engineering, POSTECH • 1998: M. S. Materials Science and Engineering, POSTECH • 1996: B.S. Inorganic Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University Awards / Honors / Memberships • Editorial board of NANO KOREA and guest editor of J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol (2008~present) • Guest editor of J. Electroceramics (2012) • Member of NANO KOREA • Member of Materials Research Society • Member of The Korean Institute of Metals and Materials • Member of The Korean Vacuum Society • Full Post-doc Fellow of University of Wisconsin, Madison (2002-2006) Research Groups • Fusion Energy Conversion Materials and Devices • Emerging Functional Materials Research Group

Optoelectronics; LEDs

Research Keywords Epitaxy, Thin Film Technology & Surface Science

Associate Professor

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 301-5 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 303 Tel: +82-52-217-2337 Fax: +82-52-217-2408 E-mail: choi@unist.ac.kr http://choi.unist.ac.kr

Graphene Synthesis; DAS

Nano Solar Cell

Thermoelectric Generator

Hybrid LED

Research Keywords Solar cells, Thermoelectrics, Piezoelectric Research interests Nano-structured solar cells, Organic/inorganic hybrid solar cells, Solid-state cooling, Quantum-dot Light-emitting diode (LED) On going research Topics (selected) Development of conversion efficiency 15% class III-V nanowire/dye-sensitized tandem solar cells. 180 lm/W High-efficiency nano-based LEDs Development of soft solar cell based on tandem integration of different photovoltaics Research Publications (selected) 1. J. C. Shin, A. Lee, P. K. Mohseni, D. Y. Kim, L. Yu, J. H. Kim, H. J. Kim, W. J. Choi, D. Wasserman, K. J. Choi,* X. Li, “Wafer-Scale Production of Uniform InAs y P1–y Nanowire Array on Silicon for Heterogeneous Integration”, ACS Nano, vol. 7, p. 5463 (2013) (IF=12.062) 2. J. C. Shin, K. J. Choi,* D. Y. Kim, W. J. Choi, and X. Li, “Characteristics of Strain-Induced InxGa1−xAs Nanowires Grown on Si(111) Substrate”, Crystal Growth & Design, vol. 12, p. 2994 (2012) (IF = 4.390) 3. Y.-J. Yoon, K.-S. Park, J.-H. Heo, J.-G. Park, N. Sahn, and K. J. Choi,* “Synthesis of ZnxCd1-xSe (0 x 1) alloyed nanowires for variable-wavelength photodetectors”, J. Mater. Chem., vol. 20, p. 2386 (2010). (IF = 5.101, Citation = 20) 4.K. J. Choi, S. H. Baek, H. W. Jang, L. J. Belenky, M. Lyubchenko, C.-B. Eom, “Phase transition temperatures of strained single crystal SrRuO3 thin films”, Adv. Mater., vol. 22, p. 759 (2010). (IF = 14.892) 5. M.-W. Ahn, K.-S. Park, J.-H. Heo, D.-W. Kim, J.-G. Park, and K. J. Choi,* “Gas sensing properties of defect-controlled ZnO-nanowire gas sensor”, Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 93, p. 261303 (2008). (IF = 3.841, Citation = 232) 6. D.-W. Kim, I.-S. Hwang, S. J. Kwon, H.-Y. Kang, K.-S. Park, Y.-J. Choi, K. J. Choi, J.-G. Park, “Highly conductive coaxial SnO2-In2O3 heterostructured nanowires for Li ion battery electrodes”, Nano Letters, vol. 7, p. 3041 (2007). (IF = 13.025, Citation = 208) 7. D. A. Tenne, A. Bruchhausen, N. D. Lanzillotti-Kimura, A. Fainstein, R. S. Katiyar, A. Cantarero, A. Soukiassian, V. Vaithyanathan, J. H. Haeni, W. Tian, D. G. Schlom, K. J. Choi, D. M. Kim, C. B. Eom, H. P. Sun, X. Q. Pan, Y. L. Li, L. Q. Chen, Q. X. Jia, S. M. Nakhmanson, K. M. Rabe, X. X. Xi, “Probing nanoscale ferroelectricity by ultraviolet Raman spectroscopy”, Science, vol. 313, p. 1614 (2006). (IF = 31.377, Citation = 168) 8. K. J. Choi, M. Biegalski, Y. L. Li, A. Sharan, J. Schubert, R. Uecker, P. Reiche, Y. B. Chen, X. Q. Pan, V. Gopalan, L.-Q. Chen, D. G. Schlom, and C. B. Eom, “Enhancement of ferroelectricity in strained BaTiO3 thin films”, Science, vol. 306, p. 1005 (2004). (IF = 31.377, Citation = 789)

Research Interests Epitaxy, 0D,1D & 2D Functional Materials, Optoelectronics On-Going Research Topics (selected) · Heteroepitaxial Graphene and Graphene-Based Functional Materials · Nanostructured, Compound Semiconductor-Based Optoelectronics including LEDs, LDs, and solar cells · Phase Change Materials etc. Research Publications (selected) (*: corresponding author) 1. “Enhancement of seawater corrosion resistance in copper using acetone-derived graphene coating”, J.-H. Huh, S.H. Kim, J.H. Chu, S.Y. Kim, J.H. Kim*, S.-Y. Kwon*, Nanoscale 6, 4379 (2014). 2. “Monolithic graphene oxide sheets with controllable composition”, J.H. Chu, J. Kwak, S.-D. Kim, M.J. Lee, J.J. Kim, S.-D. Park, J.-K. Choi, G.H. Ryu, K. Park, S.Y. Kim, J.H. Kim, Z. Lee, Y.-W. Kim, S.-Y. Kwon*, Nature Communications, 5, 3383 (2014). 3. “Negative Poisson’s ratios in metal nanoplates”, D.-T. Ho, S.-D. Park, S.-Y. Kwon, K. Park, S.Y. Kim*, Nature Communications, 5, 3255 (2014). 4. “Near room-temperature synthesis of transfer-free graphene films”, J. Kwak, J.H. Chu, J.-K. Choi, S.-D. Park, H. Go, S.Y. Kim, K. Park, S.-D. Kim, Y.-W. Kim, E. Yoon, S. Kodambaka, S.-Y. Kwon*, Nature Communications 3, 645 (2012). - featured in Nature 483, S32 (2012), Materials Research Society (MRS) news etc. 5. “One-step graphene coating of heteroepitaxial GaN films”, J.-K. Choi, J.-H. Huh, S.-D. Kim, D. Moon, D. Yoon, K. Joo, J. Kwak, J.H. Chu, S.Y. Kim, K. Park, Y.-W. Kim, E. Yoon, H. Cheong, S.-Y. Kwon*, Nanotechnology 23, 435603 (2012). - featured in Semiconductor Today 7, 74-75 (2012) etc.

Patents (selected) (*: corresponding inventor) 1. “Graphene sheet, transparent electrode, active layer including the same, display, electronic device, optoelectronic device, battery, solar cell and dye-sensitized solar cell including the electrode or active layer”, S.-Y. Kwon*, S.Y. Kim, K. Park. J. Kwak, J.H. Chu, J.-K. Choi, PCT/KR2011/005438 2. “Method for manufacturing graphene, transparent electrode and active layer comprising the same, and display, electronic device, optoelectronic device, battery, solar cell and dye-sensitized solar cell including the electrode and the active layer”, S.-Y. Kwon*, K. Park, E. Yoon, J. Kwak, PCT/KR2011/001092

Soon-Yong Kwon Associate Professor

Contact Tel: +82-52-217-2312 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: sykwon@unist.ac.kr http://sykwon.blogspot.com/ Curriculum Vitae • 2008~Present: Associate/Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2007~2008 : Postdoctoral Scholar, Materials Science & Engineering, UCLA • 2005~2007: Postdoctoral Associate, Electrical Engineering, Yale Univ. • 2005: Ph.D. in MSE, Seoul National University • 2001: M.S. in MSE, Seoul National University • 1999: B.S. in MSE, Seoul National University Awards / Honors / Memberships • Track Coordinator, Materials Science Engineering Track (2011.3-2014.2.) • Committee Member, The 16h International Conference on Metal-Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy (ICMOVPE XIV, 2012) • Sub-Committee Member, The 19,20 &21th Korean Conference on Semiconductors (KCS 2012, 2013, 2014) • Session co-organizer (Graphene), The 18th American Conference on Crystal Growth and Epitaxy (ACCGE 18, 2011) • Best Teaching Award, UNIST 2009 Fall • Excellence in Teaching Award, UNIST MAME 2009 Fall • Board Member of Korea Society of Optoelectronics Research Groups • Low-Dimensional Materials Group • Wearable Electronics Group


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Myoung Hoon Song

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Organic Photonics & Optoelectronics Lab.

Sustainable Functional Ceramics Lab.

The research is manly focused on polymer based optoelectronic devices using the nanomaterials and nanotechnology.

Two emerging keywords in ceramic community are sustainability and tailored functionality for advanced applications. This high-efficient-oriented and eco-friendly approach are to respond properly to the environmental regulations getting tougher and tougher. One of the biggest challenges on this quest lies in the fact that most useful ceramic materials contain nominally toxic elements that should be eventually removed. Our goal is to best-tailor the functionality of ceramic materials to meet the requirements for practical applications in accordance with the environmental appropriateness.

Inverted Solar Cells

Surface Modification of Contacts in HyLEDs

Wook Jo

Photonic Devices

Associate Professor

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 401-7 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 404 Tel: +82-52-217-2316 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: mhsong@unist.ac.kr http://opol.unist.ac.kr/ Curriculum Vitae • 2013~Present: Associate Professor, UNIST • 2009~2013: Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2007~2009: Research Associate, University of Cambridge, Cavendish lab. • 2006: Postdoctoral Fellow, KAIST Academic Credential • 2005: Ph. D. Organic and Polymeric Materials, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) • 2002: M. S. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, KAIST • 2000: B.S. Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University Awards / Honors / Memberships • Award in Honor of Outstanding Graduation Thesis (Tejima Seiichi Commemorative Foundation; Tokyo Tech.) (2002) • Member of Materials Research Society • Member of International Conference on Synthetic Metals • Member of Korean Society of Optoelectronics • Member of the Polymer Society of Korea Research Groups • Opto-Electonics Convergence • Extreme Environment Materials

Associate Professor

Research Interests 1. Organic or Polymer Based Optoelectronic Devices (PLED/Organic Solar Cells) 2. Organic Semiconducting Lasers by Hot Embossing Nano-Imprinting 3. Flexible Organic Optoelectronic Devices 4. Photonic Devices Using Liquid Crystals Ongoing Research Topics 1. Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Optoelectronic Devices (Perovskite Based LEDs and Solar Cells) 2. Organic Optoelectronic Devices Using Carbon Based Materials. (Flexible Device Applications) 3. Development of Nanostructured Optoelectronic Devices 4. Interfacial Engineering between Contact Layers in Organic Optoelectronic Devices Research Publications (selected) 1. “Highly efficient inverted polymer light-emitting diodes using surface modifications of ZnO layer”, Bo Ram Lee, Eui Dae Jung, Ji Sun Park, Yun Seok Nam, Sa Hoon Min, Byeong-Su Kim, Kyung-Min Lee, Jong-Ryul Jeong, Richard H. Friend, Ji-Seon Kim, Sang Ouk Kim, and Myoung Hoon Song*, Nat. Comm., InPress (2014). 2. “Versatile surface plasmon resonance of carbondot-supported silver nanoparticles in polymer optoelectronic devices“, Hyosung Choi, Seo-Jin Ko, Yuri Choi, Piljae Joo, Taehyo Kim, Bo Ram Lee, Jae-Woo Jung, Hee Joo Choi, Myoungsik Cha, Jong-Ryul Jeong, In-Wook Hwang, Myoung Hoon Song, Byeong-Su Kim*, Jin Young Kim*, Nat. Photon., 7, 732 (2013) . 3. "Liquid-Crystalline Blue Phase Laser with Widely Tunable Wavelength”, Sung-Taek Hur, Bo Ram Lee, Min-Jun Gim, Kyung-Won Park,  Myoung Hoon Song* and Suk-Won Choi*, Adv. Mater., 25, 3002 (2013). 4. “Highly Efficient Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes Using Graphene Oxide-Modified Flexible Electrodes”, Bo Ram Lee, Jun Suk Kim, Yun Seok Nam, Hee Jin Jeong, Seung Yol Jeong, Geon-Woong Lee, Joong Tark Han*, Myoung Hoon Song*, J. Mater. Chem., 22, 21486 (2012). 5. “Highly Efficient Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes Using Graphene Oxide as a Hole Transport Layer“, Bo Ram Lee, Jung-Woo Kim, Dongwoo Kang, Seojin Ko, Hyun-Jung Lee,Jin Young Kim, Hyeon Suk Shin*, Myoung Hoon Song*, ACS Nano, 6, 2984 (2012). 6. “ZnO/N-Doped Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposites Charge Transport Layer for High Performance Optoelectronics", Ji Sun Park, Ju Min Lee, Sun Kak Hwang, Sun Hwa Lee, Hyun-Jung Lee, Bo Ram Lee, Ji-Seon Kim, Seunghyup Yoo, Myoung Hoon Song *, Sang Ouk Kim*, J. Mater. Chem., 22, 12695 (2012). 7. "Surface Modification of Metal Oxide Using Ionic Liquid Molecules in Hybrid Organic- Inorganic Optoelectronic Devices", Bo Ram Lee, Hyosung Choi, Ji Sun Park, Hyun Jung Lee, Jin Young Kim*, Myoung Hoon Song*, J. Mater. Chem., 21, 2051-2053 (2011). 8. “Efficient Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Light Emitting Diodes with Self-Assembled Dipole Molecule Deposited Metal Oxides”, . Ji Sun Park, Bo Ram Lee, Ju Min Lee, Ji-Seon Kim, Sang Ouk Kim*, Myoung Hoon Song*, Appl. Phys. Letts., 96, 243306 (2010). 9. “Optically-Pumped Lasing in Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Light Emitting Diodes”, Myoung Hoon Song, Dinesh Kabra, Bernard Wenger, Richard H. Friend, Henry J. Snaith, Adv. Func. Mater., 19, 2130-2136 (2009).

Research Keywords Lead-free piezoceramics, dielectric materials, electrocaloric materials Research interests High power piezoelectric applications, Large stroke actuator materials, high-efficiency solid-state cooling devices, in situ characterization of functional properties. On going research Topics (selected) 1. Lead-free piezoceramics for actuator applications 2. Piezoelectric sensors

Research Publications (selected) 1. E. Sapper, A. Gassmann, L. Gjødvad, W. Jo, T. Granzow, and J. Rödel, “Cycling Stability of Lead-Free BNT-8BT and BNT-6BT-3KNN Multilayer Actuators and Bulk Ceramics,” J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. 34 [3] (2014) 653-61. 2. C. Groh, D. J. Franzbach, W. Jo, K. G. Webber, J. Kling, L. A. Schmitt, H.-J. Kleebe, S.-J. Jeong, J.-S. Lee, J. Rödel, “Relaxor/Ferroelectric Composites: A Solution in the Quest for Practically Viable LeadFree Incipient Piezoceramics,” Adv. Funct. Mater., 24 [3] (2013) 356-62. 3. K. Wang, F. Yao, W. Jo, D. Gobeljic, V. V. Shvartsman, D. C. Lupascu, J.-F. Li, and J. Rödel, “Temperature-Insensitive (K, Na)NbO3-Based Lead-Free Piezo Actuator Ceramics,” Adv. Funct. Mater. 23 [33] (2013) 4079-86. 4. R. Dittmer, W. Jo, J. Rödel, S. V. Kalinin, and N. Balke, “Nanoscale insight into lead-free BNT-BTxKNN,” Adv. Funct. Mater. 22 [20] (2012) 4208-15. 5. W. Jo, R. Dittmer, M. Acosta, J. Zang, C. Groh, E. Sapper, K. Wang, and J. Rödel, “Giant electric-fieldinduced strains in lead-free ceramics for actuator applications – status and perspective,” J. Electroceram. 29 [1] (2012) 71-93. 6. W. Jo and J. Rödel, “Electric-Field-Induced Volume Change and Room Temperature Phase Stability of (Bi1/2Na1/2)TiO3-x mol% BaTiO3 Piezoceramics,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 99 [4] (2011) 042901, 3pp. 7. W. Jo, D.-Y. Kim, and N.-M. Hwang, "Effect of Interface Structure on the Microstructural Evolution of Ceramics," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 89 [8] (2006) 2369-80. Patents (selected) 1. Dielectric Ceramic Materials and Its Usage as Dielectric Components, German Patent, 10 2012 106 743.0, 04 JUL 2013. 2. Method of Fabricating Polycrystalline Ceramic for Thermoelectric Devices, U.S. patent: US 13/064,222, 3 NOV 2011. 3. Ceramic Material, Method for the Production of the Ceramic Material and Component Comprising the Ceramic Material, EU Patent, PCT/EP2009/055310, 30 APR 2009.

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 301-1 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 405 Tel: +82-52-217-2347 Fax: +82-52-217-2408 E-mail: wookjo@unist.ac.kr http://www.unist.ac.kr/professor/jow Curriculum Vitae • 2014~Present: Associate Professor (UNIST) • 2014~Present: International Director at Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers • 2013~Present: Associate Editor at Journal of the American Ceramic Society • 2012~Present: Editor at Scientific Reports • 2012~Present: Editor at Journal of Electroceramics • 2007~2013 : Technische Universität Darmstadt, Assistant Professor at Institute of Materials Science • 2005~2006 : Seoul National University, Research Associate at the School of Materials Science & Engineering Academic Credential • 2005: Ph. D. Materials Science & Engineering, Seoul National University • 2003: M. S Materials Science & Engineering, Seoul National University • 2001: B. S. Ceramic Engineering, Yonsei University Awards / Honors / Memberships • One of the 14 most cited articles over since 2000 at Journal of Applied Physics • 1st & 2nd most cited articles in 2012 at Journal of Applied Physics • 2011: Research highlight at Applied Physics Letters Awards / Honors / Memberships • Emerging Functional Materials Research Group


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NME

Nano Energy and Environmental Materials Lab.

Flexible Nano-electronics & Biotechnology Lab.

Our group focuses on the synthesis of nanomaterials and nanostructures such as nanoparticles, nanowires, nanolayers, and nanopores for the applications of Energy-Conversion Devices and Nano-photonic Devices . Particular interests are concerned with the development of Piezoelectric/Triboelectric Nanogenerators and Artificial Photosynthesis. Smart sensors and light emitting diodes based on semiconductors are also important research area. We are also interested in fabricating the plasmonic platforms for the above devices.

Our laboratory focuses on fabrication of flexible integrated circuits for applications in electronics and biotechnology.  We seek to exploit interesting properties of nanomaterials, and develop methods for fabrication of devices with unconventional geometries (i.e. flexible and stretchable forms) using diverse nanomaterials.  Our goal is to explore new science and technology by combining electronics with biology, and transfer our knowledge to industries.  This work is highly multidisciplinary, involving studies in chemistry, biology, device physics, and nanofabrication.   Research Interests 1. Synthesis of nanomaterials (graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanowires, etc) 2. High resolution printing technologies for large-area electronics 3. Flexible and stretchable electronic devices 4. Transparent smart electronics 5. Biosensors and implantable medical devices

Jeong Min Baik Associate Professor

Jang-Ung Park Associate Professor

Contact Tel: +82-52-217-2324 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: jbaik@unist.ac.kr http://unistscml.wix.com/jbaiklab Curriculum Vitae • 2014~Present : Associate Professor, UNIST • 2010~2013 : Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2009 : Assistant Professor, kit • 2006~2009 : Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Santa Barbara, • 2006: Postdoctoral Fellow, POSTECH • 2006: Ph. D. POSTECH, Materials Science • 2001: M. S. POSTECH, Materials Science

Academic Credential • 2006: Ph. D. Materials Science and Engineering, POSTECH •2001: M. S. Materials Science and Engineering, POSTECH Awards / Honors / Memberships • Steering Committee Member of Korea Society of Optoelectronics • 2011: Outstanding Paper Award, International Conference on Advanced Electromaterials (ICAE) • 2010: The 8th Young Scientist Award from the Korea Synchrotron Radiation User’s Association (KOSUA) • Member of Materials Research Society • Member of American Chemical Society • Member of The Korean Institute of Metals and Materials • 2005: The Young Scientist Awards from the 29th Annual Conference of Korean Vacuum Society Research Groups • Emerging Functional Materials Research Group • Fusion energy conversion materials and devices

Contact Office: Engineering BLDG. 1. Rm. 801-1 Lab: Engineering BLDG. 1. Rm. 803-2 Tel: +82-52-217-2533 Fax: +82-52-217-2509 E-mail: jangung@unist.ac.kr http://home.unist.ac.kr/professor/jangung

Research Keywords Nanogenerators, Catalysis, Smart Sensors, LEDs Research interests Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Energy & Environmental devices, Piezoelectric/Triboelectric Generators, Artificial Photosynthesis, Smart sensors, Nanophotonics (LEDs) On going research Topics (selected) 1. KIST-UNIST Ulsan Center for Convergent Materials (Ulsan, KIST, MSIP) 2. Charge Pump-based Flexible Artificial Lightning Nanogenerator (Samsung) 3. Piezo/Ferroelectric Photoelectric Coupling For Future Energy Harvesters (MSIP) 4. 3-D Plasmonic Meta-structured Photoanode (MSIP) Research Publications (selected) 1.Keun Young Lee, Jinsung Chun, Ju-Hyuck Lee, Kyeong Nam Kim, Na-Ri Kang, Ju-Young Kim, Myung Hwa Kim, Kyung-Sik Shin, Manoj Kumar Gupta, Jeong Min Baik*, and Sang-Woo Kim*, "Hydrophobic Sponge Structure-Based Triboelectric Nanogenerator", Adv. Mater. vol. 26, p. 5037–5042 (2014). 2.Byeong Uk Ye, Buem Joon Kim, Joonmo Park, Hu Young Jeong, Jae Yong Park, Jong Kyu Kim, Jin-Hoe Hur, Myung Hwa Kim, Jong-Lam Lee, and Jeong Min Baik, “Three-dimensional Branched Nanowire Heterostructures as Efficient Light-Extraction Layer in Light-Emitting Diodes”, Adv. Funct. Mater. vol. 24, p. 3384-3391 (2014). 3.Jinsung Chun, Keun Young Lee, Chong-Yun Kang, Myung Wha Kim, Sang-Woo Kim, and Jeong Min Baik, “Embossed Hollow Hemisphere-Based Piezoelectric Nanogenerator and Highly Sensitive Strain Sensor”, Adv. Funct. Mater. vol. 24, p. 2038-2043 (2013). 4.Byeong-Uk Ye, Buem Joon Kim, Yang Hee Song, Jun Ho Son, Hak ki Yu, Myung Hwa Kim, Jong-Lam Lee, and Jeong Min Baik, “Enhancing Light Emission of Nanostructured Vertical Light-Emitting Diodes by Minimizing Total Internal Reflection”, Adv. Funct. Mater. vol. 22, p. 632-639 (2012). 5.Hak Ki Yu, Jeong Min Baik, Jong-Lam Lee, “Self-Connected and Habitually Tilted Piezoelectric Nanorod Array”, ACS Nano, vol. 5, p. 8828-8833 (2011). 6.Jeong Min Baik, Mark Zielke, Myung Hwa Kim, Kimberly L. Turner, Alec M. Wodtke, and Martin Moskovits,“Tin-oxide-nanowire-based electronic nose using heterogeneous catalysis as a functionalization strategy”, ACS Nano, vol. 4, p.3117-3122 (2010). 7.Jeong Min Baik, Myung Hwa Kim, Christopher Larson, Cafer T. Yavuz, Galen Stucky, Alec M. Wodtke, and Martin Moskovits,“Pd-sensitized single vanadium oxide nanowire: highly-responsive hydrogen sensing based on the Mott transition”, Nano Letters, vol. 9, p. 3980 (2009). Patents (selected) 1.All solution-processable coatings based ZnO nanostructures, KR10-1363990 (2014) 2.Sponge structure based Generators and Their Fabrications for Energy Harvesting, 10-2014-0008973 (2014)

Functional Nano-materials (Graphene, Nanotubes, etc)

Printing Technology for Flexible / Transparent Electronics

Nano-Bio Interfaces

Selected Publications for recent 5 years 1. “Synthesis of Monolithic Graphene-Graphite Integrated Electronics”, Jang-Ung Park, et al, Nature Materials, vol. 11, p. 120 (2012). (IF = 29.897) : Corresponding author : Introduced in KBS, SBS, MBC, Discovery News (USA), etc. 2. “High Resolution Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing”, Jang-Ung Park, et al, Nature Materials, vol. 6, p. 782 (2007). (IF = 29.897) : 1st author : Cover paper 3. “High-Performance, Transparent and Stretchable Electrodes using Graphene-Metal Nanowire Hybrid Structures”, Nano Letters, vol.13, p.2814 (2013). (IF = 12.186) : Corresponding author 4. “Nanoscale, Electrified Liquid Jets for High Resolution Printing of Charge”, Jang-Ung Park, et al., Nano Letters, vol. 10, p. 584 (2010). (IF = 12.186) : 1st author 5. “Nanoscale Patterns of Oligonucleotides Formed by Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing with Applications in Biosensing and Nanomaterials Assembly”, Jang-Ung Park, et al., Nano Letters, vol. 8, p. 4210 (2008). (IF = 12.186) : 1st author Sum of the Times Cited: 1,365 (2014) Average Citations per Article: 68.25 times Average IF of the journal publications: 15.334

Curriculum Vitae • 2014 - : Associate Professor, UNIST • 2010 - : Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2010: Postdoc., Harvard, Chemistry • 2009: Ph. D. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign (UIUC), Materials Science • 2003: M. S. KAIST, Materials Science • 2002: BK21 Researcher, Fraunhofer Institute (ISC) • 2000: B. S. Hanyang Univ.

Awards / Honors / Memberships (selected) • USA CooperVision Award ($100,000) in 2013 • Graduation Study Abroad Scholarship ($60,000) by Korea Science and Engineering Foundation (KOSEF) in 2004. • Finalist of $30,000 Lemelson-Illinois student prize in 2009 • Member of IMID (International Meeting on Information Display) • Member of Materials Research Society • Member of American Chemical Society • Member of Korean Chemical Society


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Functional Hybrid Materials & Devices Lab.

Super-Lightweight Materials Lab.

The focus of our research group is the intersection of the fields of organic/molecular electronics, spintronics, optoelectronics with exploiting metal-organic hybrid materials. Within this umbrella we are pursuing projects involving both developing new hybrid materials with desired magnetic and electronic properties, electrical and optical studies of spin scattering, spin transport, and magnetic interactions in nanoscale hybrid structures, films from molecular monolayers to multi-layers, and novel hybrid heterostructures.

Our work in “Super-Lightweight Materials Laboratory” has been mainly focused on the design, development and analysis of multi-component metallic alloys, which include lightweight Mg and Al alloys, bulk amorphous alloys with high specific strength, and lightweight steels with enhanced toughness. These studies are mostly supplemented with modeling and simulations to reveal atomistic mechanisms governing structure-property-performance relationships for our novel alloys under development.

Jung-Woo Yoo

Sung Soo Park

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 401-9 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 403 Tel: +82-52-217-2330 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: jwyoo@unist.ac.kr http://home.unist.ac.kr/professor/jwyoo

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 401-2 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 410 Tel: +82-52-217-2328 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: sspark@unist.ac.kr

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Organic/Molecular Magnet Molecular Layer Deposition

Molecular Electronics/Spintronics

Applications of ALD/MLD

Research Keywords Spin transport, Spin Hall effect, Spin Seebeck effect, Rashba SOI, Molucular spintronics, 2DEG

Curriculum Vitae • 2011~Present: Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2008~2011: Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemistry, The Ohio State University • 2007~2008: Postdoctoral Fellow, Physics, The Ohio State University

Research Interests Spin Hall and spin seebeck effect in low dimensional system, Rashba SOI, Molecular/organic spintronics, Atomic/Molecular layer deposition

Academic Credential • 2007: Ph. D. Physics , The Ohio State University • 2000: M. S. Physics, Sungkyunkwan University • 1998: B. S. Physics, Sungkyunkwan University

Ongoing Research Topics 1. Spin transport in graphene 2. Spin Hall and seebeck effect in LAO/STO interfaces 3. Rashba SOI in 2DEG 4. Molecular magnetic tunnel junctions via atomic/molecular layer deposition

Awards / Honors / Memberships • Reviewer of Synthetic Metals • Member of American Physical Society • Member of The Korean Physical Society • Junior Scientist Travel Award from Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter Research Groups • Emerging Functional Materials Research Group • Quantum Materials and Quantum Information Research Group

Research Publications (selected) 1. "Magnetism in Single Metalloorganic Complexes Formed by Atom Manipulation", T. Choi, M. Badal, S. Loth, J.-W. Yoo, C. P. Lutz, A. J. Heinrich, A. J. Epstein, D. G. Stroud, and J. A. Gupta, Nano Lett. (2014). 2. "Molecular layer deposition of an organic-based magnetic semiconducting laminate", Chi-Yueh Kao, Jung-Woo Yoo, and Arthur J. Epstein, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 3, 137 (2012). 3. "Magnetoresistance in an All-Organic-Based Spin Valve ", Bin Li, Chi-Yueh Kao, Jung-Woo Yoo, Vladimir N. Prigodin, and Arthur J. Epstein, Adv. Mater. 23, 3382-3386 (2011) 4. "Spin injection/detection via an organic-based magnetic semiconductor", Jung-Woo Yoo, C.-Y. Chen, H. W. Jang, C. W. Bark, C. B. Eom, and A. J. Epstein, Nature Materials 9, 638 (2010) 5. "Giant magnetoresistance in ferromagnet/organic semiconductor/ferromagnet heterojunction ", Jung-Woo Yoo, H. W. Jang, V. N. Prigodin, C. Kao, C. B. Eom, and A. J. Epstein, Phys. Rev. B 80, 205207 (2009) 6. "Magnetic bistability and nucleation of magnetic bubbles in a layered 2D organic-based magnet [Fe(TCNE)(NCMe)][FeCl4] ", Jung-Woo Yoo, V. N. Prigodin, K. I. Pokhodnya, J. S. Miller, and A. J. Epstein, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 197206 (2008) 7. "Photoinduced magnetism and random magnetic anisotropy in hybrid magnetic semiconductor V(TCNE)x, x~2", Jung-Woo Yoo, R. S. Edelstein, D. M. Lincoln, N. P. Raju, and A. J. Epstein, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 157205 (2007) 8. "Multiple photonic responses in films of organic-based magnetic semiconductor V(TCNE)x~2", JungWoo Yoo, R. S. Edelstein, D. M. Lincoln, N. P. Raju, C. Xia, K. I. Pokhodnya, J. S. Miller, and A. J. Epstein, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 247205 (2006)

Superlight Metallic Materials

Biomaterials

Research Keywords Metals and alloys, Materials properties (mechanical/physical/electrochemical/functional), Biomedical implants, Metals corrosion Research interests Alloy design, Processing technology, Multi-scale materials analysis, Metal-based biomaterials On going research Topics (selected) 1. Development of fine-grained high-strength Mg alloys via isothermal indirect extrusion 2. Study on the microstructure and corrosion behavior of novel corrosion-resistant Mg alloys 3. Multi-scale analysis of oxide layers of ignition-proof Mg alloys 4. Atomic-scale TEM analysis of high-strength steels with enhanced toughness Research Publications (selected) 1. H.-Y. Ha*, J.-Y. Kang, S.G. Kim, B. Kim, S.S. Park*, C.D. Yim and B.S. You, “Influences of metallurgical factors on the corrosion behavior of extruded binary Mg-Sn alloys”, Corrosion Science, 82 (2014) pp. 369-379 2. B. Kim, C.H. Park, H.S. Kim, B.S. You and S.S. Park*, “Grain refinement and improved tensile properties of Mg-3Al-1Zn alloy processed by low-temperature indirect extrusion”, Scripta Materialia, 76 (2014) pp. 21-24 3. S.S. Park* and B.S. You, “Low-temperature superplasticity of extruded Mg-Sn-Al-Zn alloy”, Scripta Materialia, 65 (2011) pp. 202-205 4. S.H. Choi*, D.H. Kim, S.S. Park and B.S. You, “Simulation of stress concentration in Mg alloys using the crystal plasticity finite element method”, Acta Materialia, 58 (2010) pp. 320-329 5. S.S. Park, W.J. Park, C.H. Kim, B.S. You and N.J. Kim*, “The twin-roll casting of magnesium alloys”, JOM, 61 (8) (2009) pp. 14-18 6. S.S. Park, G.T. Bae, D.H. Kang, B.S. You and N.J. Kim*, “Superplastic deformation behavior of twinroll cast Mg-6Zn-1Mn-1Al alloy”, Scripta Materialia, 61 (2009) pp. 223-226 7. S.S. Park, G.T. Bae, D.H. Kang, I.H. Jung, K.S. Shin and N.J. Kim*, “Microstructure and tensile properties of twin-roll cast Mg-Zn-Mn-Al alloys”, Scripta Materialia, 57 (2007) pp. 793-796

Curriculum Vitae • 2005-2006: Postdoctoral Fellow, Georgia Tech • 2006-2011: Senior Researcher, KIMS • 2011-present: Assistant Professor, UNIST Academic Credential • 2000: B. S. POSTECH, Materials Science and Engineering • 2005: Ph.D. POSTECH, Materials Science and Engineering Awards / Honors / Memberships • The Outstanding Young Scientist Award , Korean Institute of Metals & Materials (2008) • The Excellent Micrograph Award, Korean Institute of Metals & Materials (2008) • Member of Korean Institute of Metals & Materials • Member of Korean Society for Technology of Plasticity Research Groups • Extreme Environment Materials • Materials Reliability


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NME

Nanoscale Materials Science Lab.

Robust Multifunctional Materials Lab

Our primary research interests lie in investigating the local property of the nanomaterials. STM (scanning tunneling microscope) and SFM (scanning force microscope) are our main experimental tools, which offer suitable means for investigating local properties by direct real-space visualization at the atomic level. We would like to develop useful insights for basic questions regarding the nature of nanostructures and their interfaces, and ultimately pursue novel nanoscale devices and sensors having better performance.

We focus on development of multifunctional materials with innovative mechanical, electrical, and chemical performance by designing and controlling microstructures at the nano-scale. They have the applications in water splitting solar cell, flexible display materials, micro opto-mechanical devices. In addition, we focus on making the multifunctional materials and devices reliable and durable at harsh environments such as high/low temperature, chemical corrosion, and wear, which have the applications in nano electronic devices, aerospace plane, green transportation, and energy conversion systems.

Hyung-Joon Shin Assistant Professor

Ju-Young Kim

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 401-1 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 409A Tel: +82-52-217-2329 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: shinhj@unist.ac.kr http://sites.google.com/site/stmshinlab

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 301-10 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 403A Tel: +82-52-217-2334 Fax: +82-52-217-2308 E-mail: juyoung@unist.ac.kr http://www.jyklab.org

Curriculum Vitae • 2011~Present: Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2006~2011: Researcher, RIKEN , Japan • 2002~2006: Postdoctoral Researcher, Physics, Seoul National University Academic Credential • 2001: Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University • 1998: M.S. Metallurgical Engineering, Seoul National University • 1996: B.S. Metallurgical Engineering, Seoul National University Awards / Honors / Memberships • Marquis “Who’s Who in the World” 2011~2014 • “Top 100 Scientists 2010” IBC., Cambridge • “2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century 2010” IBC, Cambridge • “The SNU Graduate Student Awards in Materials Research” 2001 • Member of the Korean Institute of Metals and Materials • Member of the Korean Physics Society • Member of the Korean Vacuum Society • Member of the American Vacuum Society • Member of the American Physical Society Research Groups • Design-Building-Characterization Group for Low-Dimensional Materials • New-Functional Materials end Emerging Device Architectures

Assistant Professor

Research Keywords Flexible / Stretchable devices, Nano-mechanics, Nanoporous metal, Materials reliability

Research Keywords Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Surface Science, Interface Science, Nanomaterials Research interests 1. Local modification of the electronic properties of materials in nanoscale. 2. Atomic-scale investigation on the energy transfer and conversion mechanism. 3. Dynamics of single molecules on ultrathin insulating films. On going research Topics (selected) 1. Modification of electronic structure of graphene 2. Transport characteristics of graphene nano-ribbon 3. Investigation of the single molecular chemistry on ultrathin insulating films Research Publications (selected) 1. B. R. Lee, E. D. Jung, Y. S. Nam, M. Jung, J. S. Park, S. Lee, H. Choi, S.-J. Ko, N. R. Shin, Y.-K. Kim, S. O. Kim, J. Y. Kim, H.-J. Shin, S. Cho, M.H. Song, “Amine-Based Polar Solvent Treatment for Highly Efficient Inverted Polymer Solar Cells”, Adv. Mater. 26, 494 (2014) 2. R. Arafune, H.-J. Shin, J. Jung, E. Minamitani, N. Takagi, Y. Kim, M. Kawai, “Combined STM and HREELS study on the adsorption state of CO on Ag(100)”, Langmuir 28, 13249 (2012). 3. J. Jung, H.-J. Shin, Y. Kim, M. Kawai “Ligand field effect at oxide-metal interface on the chemical reactivity of ultrathin oxide film surface”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134, 10554 (2012). 4. H.W. Kim, M. Han,  H.-J. Shin, S. Lim, Y. Oh, K. Tamada, M. Hara, Y. Kim, M. Kawai, Y. Kuk “Control of rotating molecular rotor by selection of anchoring sites”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 146101 (2011). [Featured as a cover article of the issue] 5. J. Jung, H.-J. Shin, Y. Kim, M. Kawai “Activation of ultrathin oxide films for chemical reaction by interface defects”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133, 6142 (2011). 6. H.-J. Shin, J. Jung, K. Motobayashi, S. Yanagisawa, Y. Morikawa, Y. Kim, M. Kawai “State-selective dissociation of a single water molecule on an ultrathin MgO film”, Nature Materials 9, 442 (2010). [Research highlight in Nature Asia Materials, June 28 (2010)] 7. J. Jung, H.-J. Shin, Y. Kim, M. Kawai “Controlling water dissociation on an ultrathin MgO film by tuning film thickness”, Phys. Rev. B 82, 085413 (2010). 8. H.-J. Shin, S. Clair, Y. Kim, M. Kawai “Substrate-induced array of quantum dots in a single-walled carbon nanotube”, Nature Nanotechnology 4, 567 (2009). [Research Highlight in Nature Asia Materials, Oct. 13 (2009)]

Research interests 1. Multifunctional Nanocomposites: Nano-generator, flexible display 2. Nano/Bio Mechanics: Damage-tolerant and anti-corrosion coating, artificial heart valve 3. Nanostructured Materials durable at Harsh Environments: Energy-saving structural materials, chemical and biological sensors and actuators 4. Reliability Issues in Nano/Micro Devices: Nano electronic devices, MEMS On going research Topics (selected) 1. Stretchable OLED (with Samsung Electronics) 2. 3D integrated semiconductor materials 3. Nanoporous gold and composites 4. Non-destructive evaluation of automobile glass (with Hyundai Motors) 5. Flexible tandem solar cell Research Publications (selected) 1. J.-Y. Kim, D. Jang, and J.R. Greer, “Crystallographic orientation and size dependence of tensioncompression asymmetry in molybdenum nano-pillars,” International Journal of Plasticity 28, p. 46 (2013) 2. J.-Y. Kim, D. Jang, and J.R. Greer, “Strong and deformable nanolaminates utilizing thicknessdependent homogeneous plasticity of metallic glass,” Advanced Functional Materials 21, p. 4550 (2012) 3. J.-Y. Kim and J.R. Greer, “Tensile and compressive behavior of tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, and niobium at the nano-scale,” Acta Materialia 58, p.2355 (2011) 4. J. Lian, J. Wang, J.-Y. Kim, and J.R. Greer, “Sample boundary effect in nanoindentation of nano and micro scale surface structures,” Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 57, p.812 (2010) 5. J.-Y. Kim and J.R. Greer, “Size-dependent mechanical behavior of molybdenum nanopillars,” Applied Physics Letters 93, p.101916 (2009) 6. S. Brinckmann, J.-Y. Kim, and J.R. Greer, “Fundamental differences in mechanical behavior between two types of crystals at the nano-scale,” Physical Review Letters 100, p.155502 (2008) 7. J.-Y. Kim, S.-K. Kang, J.-J. Lee, J.-I. Jang, Y.-H. Lee, and D. Kwon, “Influence of surface roughness on indentation size effect,” Acta Materialia 55, p.3555 (2007) Patents (selected) 1. Harold F. Greer et al., “Novel synthesis of patterned copper nanopipe/nanowire arrays at low temperatures compatible with CMOS, MEMS, and microfluidic fabrication processes,” U.S. patent pending.

Curriculum Vitae • 2011~Present: Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2007~2011: Postdoctoral Scholar, Caltech • 2004: Guest Researcher, NIST Academic Credential • 2007: Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University • 2001: B.S. Materials Science and Engineering, Seoul National University Awards / Honors / Memberships • Member of Korean National ISO Team in ISO/TC 164/SC3 (2005-2006) • Graduate Student Scholarship Award by ECI, New York, USA (2005) • Best Graduate Student Award by Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Seoul National University (2005) • Member of Materials Research Society • Member of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society • Member of The Korean Institute of Metals and Materials Research Groups • Materials Reliability (Group Leader) • Extreme Environment Materials


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Magnetic Materials Lab.

Structural Materials Lab.

We focus on the spin dynamics in patterned magnetic nanomaterials and its applications to spintronic devices. Our research aims at exploring the fundamental understandings of new concepts in spintronic devices by harnessing a “spin”, quantum states of an electron and its dynamics. Particular interests are concerned with the development of new information processing technology to break through the energy dissipation limit of current charge-based logic devices.

For many years, experiments and computer modeling have been significantly used for characterizing the microstructures of materials in order to study their relationship to desired properties and to optimize the materials design and performance. In fact, many problems related to the properties of materials are three-dimensional in nature because most practical materials have a polycrystalline or multi-phase structure with significant complexity in the spatial arrangement of the microstructural units. This is especially true for (metallic) structural/functional materials, since they are subject to various processes (for example, rolling). Therefore, it is of great interest to characterize microstructural parameters and reveal their effects on the properties of the materials in all three dimensions.

Ki-Suk Lee

Sukbin Lee

Contact Office: Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 301-6 Lab: Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 409 Tel: +82-52-217-2336 Fax: +82-52-217-2309 E-mail: kisuk@unist.ac.kr

Contact Office: Engineering BLDG. Rm. 301-8 Lab: Engineering BLDG. Rm. 302, 303 Tel: +82-52-217-2340 E-mail: sukbinlee@unist.ac.kr

Assistant Professor

Curriculum Vitae • 2012~Present: Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2010~2012: Postdoctoral Fellow, Seoul National University Academic Credential • 2010: Ph. D. Material Science & Engineering, Seoul National University • 2003: B. S. Material Science & Engineering, Seoul National University Awards / Honors / Memberships • 2008 BK 21 Young Brain by Korea Research Foundation (2008) • Best 10th Joint MMM/Intermag Conference Poster Presentation from AIP & The Magnetics Society of the IEEE (2007) • Best Graduate Student Award by Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Seoul National University (2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010) • Best Poster Award by the Korean Physics Society (2004) • Best Poster Award by the Korean Magnetics Society (2009) • Member of IEEE Magnetics society • Member of Korean Physics Society • Member of Korean Magnetics Society Research Groups • Materials Reliability • Fusion energy conversion materials and devices

Assistant Professor

Research Keywords Magnetism, spintronics, spin dynamics Research Interests 1. Magnetic materials - Rare-earth (free) magnet - Multi-functional magnetic materials 2. Magnetism on the nanoscale and mesoscale - Spin dynamics - Magnonics (spin waves) 3. Spintronic devices: magnetic random access memory, magnetic logic devices On going research Topics (selected) 1. Spin current and spintronic devices Research Publications (selected) 1 H. Jung, Y.-S. Choi, K.-S. Lee, et al., “Logic Operations Based on Magnetic-Vortex-State Networks” ACS Nano 6, 3712–3717 (2012). 2. H. Jung,* K.-S. Lee,* et al., “Tunable negligible-loss energy transfer between dipolar-coupled magnetic disks by stimulated vortex gyration, Scientific Reports” (Nature Publishing Group) 1, 59; DOI:10.1038/srep00059 (2011) 3. K.-S. Lee, et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 147201 (2011) 4. K.-S. Lee, D.-S. Han, and S.-K. Kim, “Physical origin and generic control of magnonic band gaps of dipole-exchange spin waves in width-modulated-nanostrip waveguides”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 127202 (2009) 5. K.-S. Lee, et al., “Universal criterion and phase diagram for switching a magnetic vortex core in soft magnetic nanodots”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 267206 (2008) (IF = 7.622, NC = 25) 6. K.-S. Lee and S.-K. Kim, “Conceptual design of spin-wave logic gates based on a Mach-Zehnder-type spin-wave interferometer for universal logic functions”, J. Appl. Phys. 104, 053909 (2008) Patents (selected) 1. S.-K. Kim, K.-S. Lee, Y.-S. Yu, “Method for read-out of information in magnetic recording element and method for read-out of information in magnetic random access memory” USA: 8094487 (2012) 2. S.-K. Kim, K.-S.Lee, S. Choi, “Method of generating strong spin waves and spin devices for ultra-high speed information processing using spin waves, USA, Japan, China (2012)

Generation/Reconstruction of 3D Materials

Characterization of 3D Microstructures

Microstructure-Property Relationship

Research Keywords Microstructural evolution, advanced characterization, computational materials science, 3D materials science, microstructure-property relation Ongoing research topics (selected) Coupled simulation of working and coarsening of metallic materials; grain boundary character-energy relation; multiscale micromagnetics; simulation of grain growth and sintering Research Interests General interests lie in, at multi-scales (especially, in meso-, micro-, and submicro-scale): 1) 3D generation/reconstruction of digital microstructures from simulations and Experiments; 2) Microstructural Evolution, Phase Transformation; 3) Characterization of Microstructures; 4) Simulation/Experiments of desired properties (elasticity, (visco)plasticity, thermoelasticisty, piezoelectricity); 5) Visualization of 3D microstructural data; and 6) Parallel computing simulations. Research Publications (selected) 1. S.-B. Lee, T.S. Key, Z. Liang, R.E. Garcia, S. Wang, X. Tricoche, G.S. Rohrer, Y. Saito, C. Ito, and T. Tani, “Microstructure design of Lead-free piezoelectric ceramics”, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 33, 2013, 313-326 2. S.-B. Lee, J.E. LeDonne, S.C.V. Lim, I.J. Beyerlein, A.D. Rollett. “The heterophase interface character distributions of physical vapor-deposited and accumulative roll-bonded Cu-Nb multilayer composites”, Acta Materialia, 60, 2012, 1747-1761 3. S.-B. Lee, R.A. Lebensohn, A.D. Rollett, “Modeling the viscoplastic micromechanical response of two-phase materials using Fast Fourier Transforms”, International Journal of Plasticity, 27, 2011, 707-727 4. A.D. Rollett, S.-B. Lee, R. Campman, and G.S. Rohrer, “Three-Dimensional Characterization of Microstructure by Electron Back-Scatter Diffraction”, Annual Review of Materials Research, 37 (2007) 627-658. 5. S.-B. Lee, J.M. Rickman, A.D. Rollett, "Three-Dimensional simulation of isotropic coarsening in liquid phase sintering I. Model", Acta Materialia, 55 (2), (2007) 615-626. 6. S.-B. Lee, J.M. Rickman and K. Barmak, "Phase transformation kinetics and self-patterning in misfitting thin film", Acta Materialia, 51 (2003) 6415-6427.

Curriculum Vitae • 2012: Assistant Professor, MAME, UNIST • 2010-2011: Postdoctoral Fellow, Materials Science and Engineering, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERISTY, Pittsburgh, PA, USA • 2009-2010: Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Materials Engineering, PURDUE UNIVERISTY, West Lafayette, IN, USA • 2008-2009: Postdoctoral Fellow, Materials Science and Engineering, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERISTY, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Academic Credential • 2008: Ph D Materials Science and Engineering, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERISTY, Pittsburgh, PA, USA • 2003: M.S. Materials Science and Engineering & Information Systems Management CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERISTY, Pittsburgh, PA, USA • 1999: B.S. Metallurgical Science and Engineering, HANYANG UNIVERSITY, Seoul, KOREA Awards / Honors / Memberships • Krivobok Award, Visualization of 3D microstructure of a Nickel superalloy, Carnegie Mellon University (2008) • Young Scientist Award, The 3rd International Conference on Recrystallization and Grain Growth (Rex & GG), Jeju, Korea (2007) Research Groups • Extreme Environment Materials • Fusion Energy Conversion Materials and Devices


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Advanced Nanomaterials Lab. Nanotechnology provides the new initiative for the innovation of the present technologies, and the initiative is especially required for the energy technology area, which are considered as a high-standards global market for next few decades. We are aiming to develop the core-technologies for the nextgeneration growth engines and are going to overcome the current the technological limitation by way of the synthesis of well-designed multi-functional nanomaterials capped with new-typed inorganic ligands and their electronic and energy devices applications.

Jae Sung Son

Laboratory for Integrative Biomaterials Design and Tissue Engineering Our primary research interests lie in investigating the local property of the nanomaterials (single molecules, nanodots, nanotubes, nanowires, graphene, etc). In addition to the intrinsic properties of materials itself, we are much interested in the local variations of electronic properties arising from the external perturbations. STM (scanning tunneling microscope) and SFM (scanning force microscope) are our main experimental tools, which offer suitable means for investigating local properties by direct realspace visualization at the atomic level. We would like to develop useful insights for basic questions regarding the nature of nanostructures and their interfaces, and ultimately pursue novel nanoscale devices and sensors having better performance.

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Contact Office : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 301-7 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 405 Tel: +82-52-217-2348 Fax: +82-52-217-2409 E-mail: jsson@unist.ac.kr Curriculum Vitae • 2014~Present : Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2012~2014: Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Chemistry, The University of Chicago • 2011~2012: Postdoctoral Scholar, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University

Academic Credential • 2011: Ph.D. Interdisciplinary of Nanoscience and Technology, Seoul National University • 2005: B.S. School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University

Awards / Honors / Memberships • Best Poster Awards at the IEEE NANO 2010, 10th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechonology Joint Symposium with NANOKOREA 2010 •Member of American Chemical Society •Member of The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineering •Best presentation awards at the 2014 summer conference on the Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers •Member of The Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers

Research Groups • Fusion Energy Conversion Materials and Devices.

Chaenyung Cha

Drug Delivery System for Angiogenesis

Contact Office : Natural Sciences BLDG. Rm. 201-10 Lab : Engineering BLDG 1. Rm. 405 Tel: +82-52-217-5328 E-mail: ccha@unist.ac.kr Nanocomposite Biomaterials Curriculum Vitae • 2014~Present: Assistant Professor, UNIST • 2012~2014: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School • 2007~2011: Research Assistant, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Research Keywords Nanomaterials, Electronics, Green Energy, Thermoelectrics, Photovoltaics. Research interests 1. Synthesis of well-designed advanced nanomaterials. 2. Inorganic ligand chemistry development. 3. Understanding the electrical charge and heat transport in the nanomaterial solids. 4. Development of highly efficient thermoelectric materials by using nanomaterial building blocks. Microscale Technologies for Biomaterial Fabrication

Research Publications (selected) 1. Jae Sung Son, Hao Zhang, Jaeyoung Jang, Bed Poudel, Al Waring, Luke Nally, Dmitri V. Talapin “Allinorganic nanocrystals as a glue for BiSbTe grains: design of interfaces in mesostructured thermoelectric materials” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2014, 53, 7466-7470. 2. Jae Sung Son, Jong-Soo Lee, Elena V. Shevchenko, Dmitri V. Talapin “Magnet-in-the-Semiconductor Nanomaterials: High Electron Mobility in All-Inorganic Arrays of FePt/CdSe and FePt/CdS Core-Shell Heterostructures” J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2013, 4, 1918-1923. 3. Jae Sung Son, Soon Gu Kwon, Jung Ho Yu, Kunsu Park, Moon Kee Choi, Junhyeong  Kim,  Jin Joo, Taeghwan Hyeon “Dimension-Controlled Synthesis of CdS Nanocrystals: From 0-D Nanospheres to 2-D Nanoplates” Small, 2012, 8, 2394-2402 4. Jae Sung Son, Moon Kee Choi, Mi-Kyung Han, Kunsu Park, Jae-Yeol Kim, Chan Park, Sung-Jin Kim, Taeghwan Hyeon “n-type Nanostructured Thermoelectric Materials Prepared from Chemically Synthesized Ultrathin Bi2Te3 Nanoplates” Nano Lett. 2012, 12, 640-647. 5. Jae Sung Son, Jung Ho Yu, Soon Gu Kwon, Jihwa Lee, Jin Joo, Taeghwan Hyeon "Colloidal Synthesis of Ultrathin Two-Dimensional Semiconductor Nanocrystals” Adv. Mater. 2011, 23, 3214-3219. 6. Jae Sung Son, Kunsu Park, Mi-Kyung Han, Chanyoung Kang, Sung-Geun Park, Jae-Hee Kim, Prof. Woochul Kim, Sung-Jin Kim, Taeghwan Hyeon “Large-Scale Synthesis and Characterization of the Size-Dependent Thermoelectric Properties of Uniformly Sized Bismuth Nanocrystals” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2011, 50, 1363-1366. 7. Jae Sung Son, Xiao-Dong Wen, Jin Joo, Jungseok Chae, Sung-il Baek, Kunsu Park, Jeong Hyun Kim, Kwangjin An, Jung Ho Yu, Soon Gu Kwon, Sang-Hyun Choi, Zhongwu Wang, Young-Woon Kim, Young Kuk, Roald Hoffman, Taeghwan Hyeon “Large-Scale Soft Colloidal Template Synthesis of 1.4 nm Thick CdSe Nanosheets” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 6861-6864.

Research Keywords Biomaterials, Polymers, Nanocomposites, Microfabrication, Tissue Engineering Research Interests Biomaterial Design, Tissue Engineering, Biosensors & Actuators Research Publications (selected) 1. Cha, C, Oh, J, Kim, K, Qiu, Y, Joh, M, Shin, SR, Wang, X, Camci-Unal, G, Wan, K-t, Liao, R, Khademhosseini, A, Microfluidics-assisted fabrication of gelatin-silica core-shell microgels for injectable tissue constructs, Biomacromolecules 2014, 15, 283-290. (*Chosen as an ACS Editors’ Choice article) 2. Cha, C., Shin, SR, Annabi, N, Dokmeci, MR, Khademhosseini, A, Carbon-based nanomaterials: multifunctional nanomaterials for biomedical engineering, ACS Nano 2013, 7, 2891-2897. 3. Cha, C, Antoniadou, E., Lee, M, Jeong JH, Ahmed, W., Saif, TA, Boppart, SA, Kong, H, Tailoring hydrogel adhesion to polydimethylsiloxane substrate using polysaccharide glue, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2013, 52, 6949-6952. (*Highlighted as a ‘Hot Paper’ by the Editors) 4. Cha, C, Kim, SR, Jin, Y-S, Kong, H, Tuning structural durability of yeast-encapsulating alginate gel beads with interpenetrating networks for sustained bioethanol production, Biotechnol. Bioeng. 2012, 109, 63-73. 5. Cha, C, Jeong, JH, Tang, X, Zill, AT, Prakash, YS, Zimmerman, SC, Saif, TA, Kong, H, Top-down synthesis of versatile polyaspartamide linkers for single-step protein conjugation to organic and inorganic materials, Bioconjugate Chem. 2011, 22, 2377-2382 . 6. Cha, C, Kim, SY, Cao, L, Kong, H, Decoupled control of stiffness and permeability with a cellencapsulating poly(ethylene glycol) dimethacrylate hydrogel, Biomaterials 2010, 31, 4864-4871. 7. Cha, C, Kohman, RE, Kong, H, Biodegradable polymer crosslinker: Independent control of stiffness, toughness, and hydrogel degradation rate, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2009, 19, 3056-3062

Academic Credential • 2011: Ph. D. Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign • 2007: B. S Chemistry, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) Awards / Honors / Memberships • Harry G. Drickamer Graduate Fellowship, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign • Academic Scholarship, KAIST Research Groups • Laboratory for Integrative Biomaterials Design and Tissue Engineering Lab


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School Events MSE International Agreements and MOUs (Sep 13 2010)

MOU with the High-Performance Materials Institute at Florida State University

(Mar 1 2013)

MOU with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of South Carolina

(Jun 30 2014)

Agreement with the Regents of the University of California

[Oct 21, 2014]

MOU with Empa, Electron Microscopy Center, Swiss

Prof. Jang-Ung Park Flexible all-carbon electronics integrated onto plants, insects, and more

MSE Domestic MOUs

Prof. Jeong Min Baik Sponge-structured Triboelectric Nanogenerator

MOU between UNIST and LS (Sep 12 2012)

Prof. Soon-Yong Kwon Monolithic graphene oxide sheets with controllable composition

MOU among UNIST, KIST, and Ulsan City (Sep 27 2012)

MOU between UNIST and Samsung Display (Mar 31 2014)

Prof. Myong Hoon Song Threefold Enhanced External Quantum Efficiecy of Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes

MOU between UNIST and Korea Advanced Nano Fab Center (KANC) (Jun 12 2014)

MSE Conferences Prof. Kyoung-Jin Choi Wafer-scale large-area synthesis of semiconductor nanowire for solar cell application

UNIST-KIST International Sympsium, [Mar 21~22 2013]

IMS-MSE Joint Seminar, [May 20 2014]

Special Lecture by Dr. Doh-Yeon Kim (Former Minister of Education), [Jun 17 2014]

Prof. Wook Jo Selected as One of the Most Cited 14 Articles (2000~2014) , Journal of Applied Physics


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Student Awards (Selected)

Research Centers There are three research centers for industries and universities which MSE ● Byung Wook Ye

● Jinsung Chun Ph.D

faculty members are operating and participating in it.

Combined M.S-Ph.D

KIST-UNIST Ulsan Center for Convergent Materials Research Areas •Wafer-free GaAs based PV-TE integrated Cell • Soft solar cell based on tandem integration of different photovolatics • Next generation materials for clean water •Energy self-sufficient water treatment system utilizing solar radiation

● Jinsung Chun Ph.D ● Kyeong Nam Kim M.S

● Jung Hwa Kim

Combined M.S-Ph.D ● Jinsung Chun Ph.D

● Gyeong Hee Ryu

Combined M.S-Ph.D

● Gyeong Hee Ryu

Combined M.S-Ph.D

Director : Dr. Byung-ki Cheong (KIST)

UNIST-FEI Atomic Imaging Center Research Areas •Atomic-scale Imaging •2D Materials Analysis •Soft Matter Imaging •Aberration Correction •Advanced TEM Analysis

Director : Prof. Zonghoon Lee (UNIST)

Low Dimensional Carbon Materials Center

● Jae Kyung Choi Combined M.S-Ph.D

Research Areas ● Jae Kyung Choi

Combined M.S-Ph.D ● Bo Ram Lee Combined M.S-Ph.D

● Sun Young Park

Combined M.S-Ph.D

● Min Bok Jung Combined Ph.D

● Mi-Sun Lee

Ph.D

•Synthesis and Characterization of low dimensional carbon materials •Functional carbon-based composites •Applications of carbon-based materials for electronics and energy devices

Director : Prof. Jong-Beom Baek (UNIST)


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Campus Guide

School of Materials Science and Engineering Seeking innovative materials for advanced industry. Material science and engineering is an interdisciplinary field which emphasizes the study of processing-structure-property relations in materials. The School of Materials Science and Engineering covers the study of conventional materials as well as most advanced materials, including nano materials, and beyond and cultivates experts for those research areas.

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• Emerging Functional Materials(Prof. Jeong Min Baik / Group Leader) • Design-Building-Characterization Group for Low-Dimensional Materials (Prof. Zonghoon Lee/Group Leader) • Extreme Environment Materials(Prof. Sung Soo Park / Group Leader) • Fusion Energy Conversion Materials and Devices(Prof. Kyoung-Jin Choi / Group Leader ) • Materials Reliability(Prof. Ju-Young Kim / Group Leader) • Wearable Electronics(Prof. Jang-Ung Park / Group Leader)

❶ Main Adminstration Building ❷ Natural Science Building ❸ Academic Information Building (A|B)

❹ Engineering Building 1 ❺ Engineering Building 2 ❻ Technology Management Building

❼ Student Union Building ❽ Gymnasium ❾ Student Dormitory

How to get to UNIST

Contact • Website : http://adm-g.intl.unist.ac.kr • Email : adm-g@unist.ac.kr • Telephone : +82-52-217-1303 • Fax : +82-52-217-1309

Exhilarated by Learning and Studying Bo Ram Lee (Graduate Student, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Published in Nat. Comm., 2014) I chose to study engineering because I would like to develop practical applications based on basic science. I have been interested in light-emitting diode (LED) devices, and solar cell technology because of my interest in optical science. Synergy generated by the great relationship between professors and students, as well as collaboration between each lab, is enhancing the overall research capability. I was able to publish my research work in Nature Comm because of this synergy. Classroom theory and laboratory research organically combine without any barriers at the School of Materials Science and Engineering. The school provides the best environment for study and research.

By airplane From Ulsan airport, 40 min by taxi.

By train From KTX Ulsan station, 15 min by taxi.

By car Gyeongbu Expressway ▶ Eonyang JC ▶ Highway No. 24 toward Ulsan ▶ UNIST


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