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Polymer NanoMaterials Lab (Professor Young-Wook Chang)

Website : http://polymer.hanyang.ac.kr/
Polymer NanoMaterials Lab at Hanyang University ERICA campus pursues the development of polymer-inorganic nanocomposites with high performance and novel functionalites by proper combination of polymers with inorganic nanoparticles of different nature and size. Studies on synthesis, structure-property relations and processing of these polymer nanocomposites are being undertaken for their potential applications in wearable devices, biomedical and environmental technologies.
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Elastomers Thermoplastic elastomers
Elastomer blends
Elastomer/CNT, graphene nanocomposites
Elastomer based energy harvesting
Biodegradable Polymers PLA, PGA /bioceramic, POSS nanocomposites for orthopedic applications
Biodegradable polymer blends
Smart Polymers Shape memory polymers
Self healing polymers
Light responsive polymers
Polymers for Coatings and Membranes Proton conducting membranes for fuel cell
Membranes for oil/water separation
Superhydrophobic coatings
Self stratified coatings

Functional Nanostructured Materials Research Lab. (Professor Yong Ho Choa)

Website : http://fnmr.hanyang.ac.kr/
FNMR(Functional Nanostructured Materials Research Lab.) is researching the printed electronics and investigating the multi-functional harmonized ceramic/metal/polymer and composite mateirlas via NT. We aim to develop the low cost electronic device and high performance flexible electronic device via printed electronics, and to apply in variety technology fields of BT, IT and ET, such as biomedical materials (Drug Delivery System, Protein Separation & Purification, Localized Hyperthermia Treatment, etc.), catalysts, magnetic materials, SOFC (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell), carbon nanotube and sensors.
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Printed Electronics Synthesis of metal nanoparticle ink such as copper, gold, silver and etc.
Improvement of adhesion between the substrate and ink by using the adhesion promoter and surface treatment
Formation of fine pattern by controlling the cartridge nozzle size, surface treatment and so on
Development of low temperature sintering process to apply flexible substrate
Electronic and Optical Materials Synthesis of metal nanowire/fiber by template based electrodeposition and electrospinning methods and apply to transparent electrode
Fabrication of eco-friendly quantum dot
Improve the optical property and stability of core/shell structured quantum dot by polymer coating
Synthesis of quantum dot using the Micro-reactor
Energy Materials Synthesis of thermoelectric device via photolithography process and template based electrodeposition
Fabrication of chalcogenide 3-D hierarchical nanostructures using chemical transformataion methods
Fabrication of solid oxide fuel cell and compound semiconductor solar cell using nanoparticle
Fabrication of lithium ion battery, dye-sensitized solar cell and photocatalysts using nanowire
Electro-magnetics Materials Synthesis of magnetite nanoparticle and nanowires using ultrasonic spray pyrolysis and electrospinning.
Fabrication of magnetite nanofiber for electromagnetic wave absorber
Fabrication of magnetite nanoparticle for hyperthermia
Sensor Materials and Devices Fabrication of conducting polymer nanowire based biosensor via electrospinning method
Fabrication of metal oxide nanowire/tube based gas sensor using a electrodeposition and electrospning method
Synthesis of macro-mesoporous catalysts to improve the catalytic activity
Thermal Related Materials Fabrication of boron nitride, carbon nanotube, graphene based polymer composite with to maximize percolation networks

Biomedical Polymer Research Laboratory (Professor Yong Woo Cho)

Website : http://cholab.hanyang.ac.kr/
Biomedical Polymer Research Laboratory (BPRL) aims to develop biocompatible and functional polymers for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications. The major focus of the laboratory is the development of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine strategies for human tissue and organ regeneration. The novel human or animal derived extracellular matrix (ECM) or its derivatives (collagen, elastin, laminin and gelatin) are continually being developed as biomaterials for constructive remodeling of tissue. In addition, our researches involve the fabrication of electrochemical biosensors based on peptide architecturing, cell or biomolecule patterning using piezoelectric inkjet printing, electrospun nanofibers, and the approaches to study interdisciplinary science.
Our major research interests include
Novel biomaterials and functional scaffolds for tissue engineering
Cell-ECM interactions and stem cell fate
Molecular imaging for tracing stem cells
Stem cell niche
Stem cell/cancer cell derived exosome
Thermosensitive injectable hydrogel and self-assembly nano-/micro-structure
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
ECM Scaffold Fabrication of functional ECM scaffold for remodeling of skeletal muscle, adipose tissue, skin, cartilage, intestine
Suppression of immune response of mammals to xenogeneic scaffolds

-ECM extraction from human adipose tissue
-ECM scaffold for adipogenesis and chondrogenesis
Stem cells ECM based stem cell regulation for cultivation and differentiation
Stem cell tracing by molecular imaging technology
Extraction of stem cell exosomes and its application for tissue regeneration
Stem cell exosomes for cancer therapy

-ECM based stem cell fate regulation
-Stem cell/cancer cell-derived exosomes for tissue engineering and drug delivery system
Thermal responsive materials Development of thermo responsive injectable hydrogel for pancreas islet cells, stem cells, and protein delivery
Development of thermo-responsive particle for protein delivery

-Thermal responsive hydrogel and drug carrier
Bio-sensors Bio-chips Fabrication of glucose sensor using piezo-electric inkjet printing
Fabrication of electrochemical sensor for detection of acute

-Cell patterning using inkjet printing
-Myoglobin sensor for diagnosis of myocardiac disease

Chemical Process Control Engineering Laboratory (Prof. Shin Choon Kang)

Website : http://chempcel.hanyang.ac.kr
Our Laboratory research interests are data acquisition and control with the numerical analyze for the unit chemical process. For the reaction conditions and environments, we have been studied the optimization, numerical analysis and simulation, real time composition analysis of the reaction materials with in-situ IR, and automation of the unit chemical process with the data acquisition (DAQ) Card on PC. We have focused the kinetic study of thermal decomposion of various polymers and development of the arc and error detection routine. Recently, we have focused on electrochemical regeneration process for waste copper chloride or iron chloride etchant and copper recovery with the real time control by RGB and ORP sensor with DAQ Card.
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Control of Polymerization Reactor design and control for the polymerization
Real time monitoring with DAQ Card
Development of the control algorithm and simulation
Automatic feed injection program
Reaction stability for optimal condition
Real time composition analysis with in-situ IR
Analysis of reaction mechanism
Arc and Error Detection Real time analysis of PCB process
Detection of the process change
Development the routine of arc and error detection vector matrix for process analysis
Error analysis for various models.
Simplifying the algorithm for real time analysis
Kinetic analysis of thermal decomposition of polymer Isothermal & Non-isothermal rate law
Differential Methods
Vyazovkin(VYZ) Method
Advanced Iso-conversional(AIC) Method
Electrochemical regeneration for waste FeCl3 or CuCl2 etchant For copper -chloride or iron -chloride etchant
Simulation of copper recovery process
Reactor design of copper recovery process
Real time monitoring the copper and iron concentration with RGB and ORP sensor with DAQ Card Chemical Process Control Engineering Laboratory (Prof. Shin Choon Kang

Applied Materials Research Laboratory (Professor Hee Taik Kim)

Nanomaterials have essentially captured the whole field of applied sciences and engineering demanding many researchers to reciprocate through designing and introducing new synthetic approaches to yield versatile industrial applicable materials at a relatively low cost. Our research laboratory’s goal is to investigate, fabricate and characterize nanomaterials with appealing properties suitable for diverse industrial applications. Our research group under the supervision of Prof Hee Taik Kim is committed to professionally design and produce modern nanomaterials with desired properties while considering the production cost and environmental issues. The organization is preferentially dealing with various researches which can simply be categorized into environmental materials, polymer nanocomposites, nanocatalysis and nanoporous materials. The inorganic polymer nanocomposites produced by our research group have been used in purification of water and air due to their powerful photocatalytic and antibacterial effectiveness. We have excelled in designing new synthetic methods for large-scale production of nanaocatalysts for degradation of organic pollutants, functionalized adsorbents blended with silver nanoparticles for complete water disinfection and air purification using affordable and environmentally benign precursors. We also synthesize promising organic conductive polymers blended with metal nanoparticles or graphene oxide to improve their conductivities. We synthesized polymer based CNT-graphene nanocomposites which are essential materials in pressure sensor technology. In nanoporous materials field, we synthesize silica aerogel and binary metal oxide aerogels including their respective highly porous beads for catalyst support and photochemical reactions.
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Environ-mental Materials Mesoporous silica and its composite
Silver nanoparticles/silica composite for water disinfection
Functionalized absorbents for water and air purification
Polymer Nano-composites Polyanilne-Silver nanocomposites for various electronic devices
Conductive Polymer-Graphene oxide nanocomposites
Polymer based CNT-Graphene nanocomposites for the pressure sensor applications
Nano-catalysis Synthesis of SO42-/TiO2-SiO2 and SO42-/TiO2 for production of biodiesel from waste vegetable oils
Photocatalytic and antibacterical activities of Au/TiO2 and Ag/TiO2 catalysts
Chemical interaction of sTiO2/Kaolinite and its photocataytic properties
Synthesis of Graphene oxide/ TiO2-SiO2
Porous nano materials Hydrophilic/hydrophobic silica aerogel with high surface area
Silica beads for the application catalyst support
Synthesis and control of physical properties of nanoporous silica and its composites

NanoBio Chemistry Laboratory (Prof. Kim, Jong-Ho)

Website : http://nanobiochem.hanyang.ac.kr/
Our group focuses on nanobio technology for diagnosis, bio-imaging and therapy. We are studying the development of nanomaterial-based optical sensors and the design of novel optical nanomaterials for biological and medical applications. Furthermore, we are interested in studies of fundamental physical and chemical properties of various optical nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, graphene oxide, carbon dots, quantum dot, silver/gold nanoparticles etc. In addition, we focus on the development of heterogeneous catalysts for sustainable energy and organic synthesis. We are designing a new form of polymer-supported catalysts and nanoparticle catalysts for photocatalytic and organic reactions such as oxidation, reduction, Suzuki and Heck reactions etc. We are also interested in the synthesis of new nanomaterials and their chemistry for engineering their physical and chemical properties.
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
NanoBio Technology Carbon nanotubes and graphene for biosensors, bio-imaging and therapy
Multi-functional nanomaterials for biomedical & energy applications
Synthesis of novel optical nano-materials
Heterogeneous Catalysts Polymer- or nanomaterial-supported catalysts for sustainable energy and organic synthesis
Nanoparticle catalysts for energy applications
Studies of new catalyst design and reaction mechanism
Nanomaterial Chemistry Synthesis and functionalization of Carbon nanotubes and graphenes.
Synthesis of nanoparticle probes for biological & medical applications.
Studies of new chemistry for engineering physical & chemical properties of nanomaterials.
Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis Solid-phase peptide synthesis.
Synthesis and functionalization of biocompatible polymers for nanobio applications.
Surface modification of nanomaterials.

Magnetism and material Characterization Laboratory
( Prof. Jongryoul Kim )

Multi-Functional Materials & Devices
(Professor Caroline Sunyong Lee)

나노입자재료기술연구실 (Prof. Jai Sung Lee)

Semiconductor Nano-Processing Laboratory (Professor Jung-Ho Lee)

Website : http://snpl.hanyang.ac.kr/
Our research has mainly focused on fabrication of high efficiency, low cost energy harvesting devices. Main research fields are classified into three categories such as Nanostructured silicon photovoltaic (PV) cell, ultrathin crystalline silicon PV cell, and Photovoltaic-Thermoelectric (PV-TE) hybrid device. Especially, a high efficiency PV device (for converting solar light into electrical energy) and a TE device (for converting solar heat into electrical energy) have been researched based upon various nanostructures such as nanowires and nanoparticles. Ideally unifying these individual devices enables to develop high-efficiency (>23 %) energy conversion devices. First, nanostructured Si PV cell is one candidate to overcome the limit of conventional planar solar cells due to high light absorption and short diffusion length. Second, new-concepts such as plasmonic or quantum confinement effects have been studied to further enhancing light absorption of PV cells. For low power generation devices, flexible PV cell have been studied by embedding Si wire arrays in PDMS. We also perform metallization using wrap-around contact on three dimensional nanostructured PV cell to efficiently collect photocarriers. To further reduce module cost of PV cell, we develop the ultrathin crystalline Si PV cell using various kerf-less wafering methods. Prof. Jung-Ho Lee’s research group is now doing research on high efficiency low-cost PV devices that require creative ideas through active discussion.
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Nanostructured silicon PV cells Study on light trapping using nanostructures based on nanowire or nanohole.
Flexible PV cells using polymer embedded nanowire arrays.
Development of transparent conductive electrode using metal nanobridges and Al doped ZnO (AZO).
Metallization: Novel wrap-around contact for enhancing fill factor.
Surface passivation of nanostructured Si by Al2O3
Plasmonic PV cell using metallic nanoantennas.
Quantum dot PV cell (ZnSe, CZTS etc.).
Ultrathin crystalline silicon PV cells Kerf free wafering: For low consumption of silicon using thin crystalline Si film
Epitaxial growth of Si and Ge film
Stress-induced lift-off technique; H2 ion implantation, Ni/Ni:P electroplating method
Investigation on defects and surface passivation of silicon thin film
Fabrication of high efficiency ultrathin crystalline Si solar cells
PV-TE hybrid solar cell Efficient energy conversion by unifying photovoltaic device (PV) and thermoelectric device (TE).
Design of unified devices generating power above simple sum of individual devices.
Synthesis of nanostructure including Mg2Si, SiGe and BiTe with low thermal conductivity

Steelmaking and Resource Recycling Process Lab. (Porf. Jong-Jin Pak)

Laboratory for High TEmperature Physicochemical
Processing og Materials (Prof. JOO HYUN PARK)

Nanodevice Engineering Laboratory (Prof. Tae Joo Park)

Fine Chemical Process Laboratory (Prof. Yeung Ho Park)

Website : http://hanyang-finechem.or.kr/fcpl/
Our research interests are classified into the fields of Fine chemicals process, Catalytic hydrogenation, Catalyst immobilization. We have developed process technology for preparation of active pharmaceutical ingredient and electronic materials. We have many experiences in catalytic hydrogenation and metal catalyst immobilization. We also have developed nano-filtration and chromatographic separation apparatus
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Fine Chemicals Process Development Niacinamide(VitB3) and Ascorbic acid(VitC) Synthesis
Nateglinide Synthesis through Catalytic Hydrogenation
Parylene Synthesis through Catalytic Hydrogenation
Catalytic Hydrogenation Catalyst Immobilization Immobilization of Ru-BINAP and Application to Asymmetric Hydrogenation Reactions
Hydrogenation of Cinnamaldehyde over Metal Catalyst
Homogeneous Catalyst Immobilization using Heteropoly Acid (Augustine's method)
Purification of API Development of Nano-filtration and adsorption tower for Pharmaceutical contrast agent.
Purification of contrast agent using chromatographic separation apparatus.

Multi-functional Surface Control Lab. (Prof. Dong Hyuk Shin)

Electrochemical Nano-Materials and System Lab.
(Prof. Bongyoung Yoo)

Electrochemical Nano-Materials and System Lab.
(Prof. Bongyoung Yoo)

Applied Functional Organic Materials Lab.
(Prof. Kuk Young Cho)

Biological & Chemical Process Engineering Lab. (BioChemLab)
(Professor Kim Tae Hyun)

홈페이지 : http://www.bioenglab.com
The role of the Laboratory in multidisciplinary research has been focused on the development of green technologies for the production of biofuels, bioproducts, and other value added chemicals/foods/food additives from the various renewable feedstock, such as lignocellulosic biomass, algal biomass, and other organic wastes.
Various biochemical products and biofuels can be produced from inexpensive and abundant renewable sources (ex; biomass) as an alternative to the fossil sources suc as oil and coal. Biomass can be utilized for the productions of fuels, power, and chemicals, which can be various substitutes for petroleum-based products and fuels; i.e. according to the NREL (2010), it is the biorefineryconcept, which is analogous to today's petroleum refineries, which produce multiple fuels and products from petroleum. Industrial biorefineries have been identified as the most promising route to the creation of a new domestic biobased industry.
We are interested in not only development of various chemical and biological conversion of biomass including pretreatment, enzymatic hydrolysis and fermentation processes, but also production of platform chemicals, building blocks (C1~C6), and various biobased products for industrial chemical, textile, food, environmental, interior, phamaceutical, cosmetic industries.
Research areas Topics Results and others
Biomass
processing
Chemical pretreatment process
Integration process (pretreatment, enzymatic hydrolysis, microbial fermentation)
Production of
Platform chemical
Fractionation of biomass into cellulose, hemicellulos, lignin, lipid, protein using chemical and biological methods
Production of
bio-based products
Production of building block chemicals (ex; ethanol, lactic acid, levulinic acid, furfural, 5-HMF etc.)
Various biobased products for industrial chemical, textile, food, environmental, interior, phamaceutical, cosmetic industries etc.
Process simulation and
economic analysis,
Process simulation & optimization
Economic analysis


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