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Polymer NanoMaterials Lab​​ (Professor Young-Wook Chang)

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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.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
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)

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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.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Research Fields Major Research Contents Research Performances
Inkjet printing -Synthesis of Nano-particle based ink
-Promotion of inter-adhesion through functionalization and surface treatment of ink and substrate
-Printing process optimization for micro-pattern formation
-Development of low temperature sintering process to be free of substrate selection
Eco-friendly Ion-adsorption materials -Fabrication of layered double hydroxides(LDHs) for adsorption of harmful anions in wastewater including plating, steel industries
-Development of composite materials and coating adsorbents to maintain the durability of building structures
-Performance improvement of selective Ion adsorption and desorption by controlling structure and composition
Magnetic materials - Nano- to micro-scaled magnetic materials synthesis
- Next-generation permanent magnet fabrication
- Composite material for electro-magnetic interference (EMI) shielding / absorber
- New compositional magnets development based on Spintronics
- Covering a broad range of magnetic materials: Rare-earth magnet (Sm-based) & Rare-earth-lean magnet (Hexaferrites, Fe-rich compounds, etc.)
Sensor materials -Fabrication of gas sensors that detect electrical resistance change when gases are adsorbed
-Fabrication of gas sensors that detect temperature change when gases are adsorbed
-Design for gas sensors operating with low power consumption at room temperature : Detects toxic gases such as SOx, NOx, H2S and NH3 in ppb units as well as explosive gases such as H2 and CH4
Organic-inorganic composite materials - Synthesis of organic-inorganic functional composite materials
-Multi-functional composite coating for metal protection
-Coating system design for stable coating layer in various environmental condition (ex: seawater, acid, organic solvent, etc,.)
Thermal- and Thermoelectric materials - Development of mass production technology for high performance thermoelectric and heat dissipating materials (Graphene, AlN, BN, etc).
- Development of composite manufacturing technology to improve processability and mechanical properties
-  Research of 3-D structure system through percolation theory

Biomedical Polymer Research Laboratory (Professor Yong Woo Cho)

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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

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
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)

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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.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
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.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
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)

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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.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
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 )

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Magnetism and material characterization laboratory conducts fundamental and applied researches on microstructure and properties in magnetic and steel materials. The researches of the magnetic materials are simply divided into two topics. One is the development of permanent magnet and soft magnetic materials which has excellent magnetic properties through the synthesis and analysis of magnetic powder. The other is the development of electromagnetic wave absorbent materials with the magnetic simulation in terms of intrinsic properties of material, shapes and arrangements, etc. The analysis of magnetic properties using VSM(Vibrating Sample Magnetometer) is based on the magnetic researches. Also, we control the microstructure using the electron microscopy because the magnetic properties are strongly dependent on material microstructure. The primary aim of research in steel materials is the understanding the mechanical properties using the electron microscope and looking for ways to improve the mechanical properties. Especially we analyze defects and the orientation relationship between the precipitate and matrix using TEM(Transmission Electron Microscopy) in steel materials. Furthermore, we investigate the inter-relationship between the grain orientation and material properties by EBSD(Electron backscatter diffraction) analysis.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Development of permanent magnets and soft magnetic materials for core - Development of permanent magnet using exchange coupling effect
- Development of amorphous core materials with saturation induction of 1.8T for power converters
Development of soft magnetic materials for high frequency electromagnetic system - Development of the light, broadband electromagnetic absorbing composites of 10GHz-grade
- Development of 3GHz antenna substrate materials
Analysis of microstructure for steel materials - Development of 1GPa grade high strength steel sheet hardened by nano-precipitation for automobile
- Development of ferritic alloy seamless tube for high efficiency power generation boilers
- Analysis of carbonitrides precipitation behavior in austenitic high Mn steels

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

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Multi-Functional Materials & Devices Laboratory develops multi-functional smart materials which can be used in various application area by combining various properties, such as optical, electrical and magnetic properties. There are four different kinds of research area in this lab. First of all, Nano Particle Deposition System (NPDS) has been developed and studied. NPDS can deposit nano- and sub-micro particles by accelerating them at room temperature and in low pressure condition for low cost and high efficiency process. Second, our lab has been developing nano-scale coating process, for oxidation prevention application of metal nano particles, which can lead to low cost particle process and improving reliability. Third, fabrication of highly efficient photo-catalytic nano structures is used for water purification and disinfection. Finally, our lab is focused on 3D-Printing technology which can dramatically reduce its fabrication time of designed product and fabrication prototype to be applied in various materials. Overall, MFMD is making progressive development in these area stated above as well as making substantial amount of publications.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Fabrication of highly efficient device via Nano Particle Deposition System - Fabrication of highly efficient dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC)
- Fabrication of Electrochromic devices in large area with low cost
- Identify mechanism for particle deposition
Nano scale coating process for oxidation prevention - Study of oxidation prevention for Cu nano particle via Graphene coating for the application of long term stability
- Fabrication of metal nano ink using Cu nano particles
Fabrication of photo catalyst via nano structure synthesis - Enhancement of photocatalytic activity
- Synthesis of various nano materials and structures for photo catalyst
- Study of photo catalytic reaction mechanism
Design and fabricate product using 3D printing technology - Fabrication product using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
- Design and produce conductive filaments for developing 3-D printing materials
- Fabricate Actuator via 3D printing technology

나노입자재료기술연구실 (Prof. Jai Sung Lee)

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Two main areas of research are being pursued at present:
(1) fabrication of metal alloy and composite nanopowders by hydrogen reduction of metal oxides
(2) processing of net-shaped metal nanopowder materials by powder injection molding, Projects concerned with metal alloy & composite nanopowders by hydrogen reduction of oxides range from understanding the thermodynamic and kinetics of formation and microstructural developments during reduction process of nanoscale metal oxide powders in a hydrogen gas atmosphere to pilot-production of the nanopowders under the optimized processing condition. Research dealing with net-shaping of nanopowders encompasses understanding the nanopowder agglomerate sintering based on enhanced grain boundary diffusion concepts, the optimal design and applications of nanopowder feedstocks for a low-temperature and low-pressure PIM process such as micro powder injection molding of microcomponents.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Diffusiont-controlled densification process - Effect of hierarchical GB structure of nanopowder on densification kinetics
- Bimodal type GB for high diffusion paths
- Nanopowder Agglomerate Sintering (NAS) process
Fabrication of metal nanopowders by hydrogen reduction of metal oxides - Structural design of agglomerate nanopowders
- Bimodal typed nanopowders
- Improving flowability and compactability
Processing of net-shaped metal nanopowder materials - Fabrication of feedstock (powder-binder) and rheological analysis
- Investigation on sintering behavior and property

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

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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.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
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)

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Professor Jong-Jin Pak is with the Department of Materials Engineering of Hanyang University. He received a B.A. (1981) from Hanyang University, an M.S. (1983) in Metallurgy from University of Michigan and a Ph.D. (1987) in Metallurgical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. Before joining the Hanyang faculty in 1995, Professor Pak had worked at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA and RIST, Pohang, Korea as a researcher. Professor Pak's specialty area is the high temperature physical chemistry of steelmaking processes. In addition, he is working on the development of new recycling processes of resources to recover valued metals. Professor Pak has authored more than 80 papers in leading academic journals such as Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B, ISIJ International, Steel Research, Materials Transactions, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, and Metals and Materials International. He also presented more than 100 papers at international conferences. He has been a co-author of 2 books and holds 8 patents for his new technologies in resource recycling process. Professor Pak was awarded three prizes from POSCO when he worked as a researcher at RIST for his excellency in developing technologies of BOF operation. He was also awarded the prizes twice for the Best Researcher in Technology Transfer and the Best Professor in Teaching at Hanyang University. Professor Pak is serving as advisory board members of ISIJ International journal of Japan, Korean Institute of Metals and Materials, Korean Institute of Resources Recycling and the Ministry of Knowledge Economy. He is also acting as one of directors of BK21 program at Hanyang University.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Steelmaking - Thermodynamics of Al, Ti deoxidation in liquid steel
- Inclusion Modification in High Alloy Steels
- Refining Technologies in Stainless steel
- High Purity Ferromanganese alloys
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Laboratory for High TEmperature Physicochemical Processing og Materials (Prof. JOO HYUN PARK)

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The members of laboratory for HITEP2 (High Temperature Physicochemical Processing of Materials) are carrying out the study for optimizing the manufacturing process of iron and non-ferrous metals as well as understanding the mechanism in a microscopic viewpoint. We perform the experiments based on the high temperature physicochemical processing in conjunction with thermodynamic computer simulation program. In particular, we focus on not only the finding out the method for improving manufacturing process for refining ferrous/non-ferrous metals, high purity/cleanliness metals and functional/valuable metals. Furthermore, we are carrying out understanding interrelation between thermodynamic properties of materials.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Research of steel production process 1) Study of thermodynamics for manufacturing skill of High quality stainless steel
2) Control of spinel inclusion in the molten steel
3) Influence of Aluminum on the Formation Behavior of Zn-Al-Fe Intermetallic Particles in Zinc Bath
4) Study of slag property and slag viscosity for secondary steel making
5) Optimizing of tundish flux for high clean steel melt
6) Study of thermodynamics and kinetics to reduce FeO in EAF slag
7) Define of high speed reduction mechanism for steelmaking by-product containing Fe
Research of non-ferrous metal production process 1) Investigation of physico-chemical property of MnO bearing slag
2) Study of slag-metal distribution behavior of In, Ni, Ag, and Au for recycling of urban mining
3) Study of thermodynamics and kinetics to reduce FeO in non-ferrous metal smelting slag
4) Study for thermodynamics of matt making behavior of alloy reduced from deep sea Mn nodule
Fundamental study of physicochemical in order to search for phenomenon of metal manufacturing process 1) Study of slag / metal / refractory interface reaction
2) Study of molten slag viscosity and structure
3) Study of thermodynamic properties for molten metal/slag

Nanodevice Engineering Laboratory (Prof. Tae Joo Park)

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Nanodevice Engineering Laboratory focuses on research for next-generation electronic devices, sdvanced photovoltaic solarcells, secondary batteries, photoelectrochemical cells, and advanced coating process for particles

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Next-generation electronic devices - Advanced CMOS technology
- Post-CMOS : 2DEG, 2D materials
Advanced photovoltaic solarcells - High efficiency MIS and nano-structured Si solar cells
- DSSCs and QDSSCs
Energy device and system - Secondary batteries : cathode/anode/solid electrolyte coating
- Photoelectrochemical cells
Advanced coating process for particles - Advanced phosphor technology
- Cosmetic applications

Fine Chemical Process Laboratory (Prof. Yeung Ho Park)

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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

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
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)

Multi-functional Surface Control laboratory has developed light metal alloys (Mg, Al and Ti) for multi-functions using plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO) process which is one of electrochemical surface modification techniques. This process has widely known as the innovative technique that allows meeting the recent social and industrial requirements, such as lighter materials and reducing pollutants, and high mechanical and anti-corrosion properties, respectively. The main theme of the laboratory falls into four studies; the surface treatment of magnesium alloy for mobile and automobile industry, the coating of aluminum alloy for electronic and LED devices, the fabrication of porous titanium oxide for bioactive and endosseous bio-implant, and the surface modification of titanium alloy for energy industry. In detail, the focused concerns are to develop various coloring techniques on light alloys, fabricate coatings with the high corrosion resistance using secondary elements, and generate the electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding to the magnesium oxide, in the viewpoint of IT industries. Furthermore, the studies of the incorporation of CNT for LED devices and the deposition of hydroxyapatite with silver nanoparticles on endosseous implant for rapid osseointegration were carried out as well as the investigations of TiO2 nanotube for dye-sensitized solar cells.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Magnesium alloys for mobile and automobile industries - Coloring of magnesium alloys for mobile devices
- Generation of EMI shielding to magnesium oxide for mobile devices
- Formation of the high corrosion resistive oxide layer on magnesium alloys for automobile/military industries
[Coloring for mobile device /C-V evaluation]
Aluminum alloys for electronic and LED devices - Black coloring for pellicle frame with a high bond strength
- Fabrication of the oxide layer with CNT to improve emissivity for LED devices
[Black coloring for pellicle frame/Heat dissipation evaluation]
Titanium implants for bioactive endosseous implant - Formation of the porous surface of the spinal fixture
- Deposition of the hydroxyapatite on the dental implant for rapid osseointegration
- Incorporation of silver nanoparticles for the anti-bacterial property
[Porous surface for spinal fixture/Hydroxyapatite deposition]
Titanium alloys for energy industries - Fabrication of TiO2 nanotubes for dye-sensitized solar cells
- Formation of the porous titanium oxide with high surface area to improve photocatalytic activity
[TiO2 nanotubes/Photocatalytic evaluation]

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

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n this laboratory, we research on the formation of nanomaterials by electrochmical synthesis and the applied systems. Electrochemical synthesis has following advantages compared with other methods. As a wet method, its system is simple and cost-effective because theres is no need for high temeperature and vacuum equipments, and the loss of elements can be minimizied. In addition, it is optimized method to synthsize the advanced nanomaterials due to the precise control of compositions, microstructures, the film thickness via various process variables. There are, briefly, three research fields in our labatory which are the energy field (photoelectrochemical cell, Spalling of a Single Crystalline Silicon layer for thin film Si solar cell, thermoelectric materials), the field of Cu electrodeposition (through Si via filling, nanotwin Cu), and the field of alloy synthesis (chalcogenide materials, Ni-W alloys) andThe details are following below.

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대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Development of photoelectrochemical cell for water splitting - Fabrication of three dimensional cuprous oxide photo-absorber
- Development of silcon based photoelectrochemical cell with high performance
Spalling of a Single Crystalline Silicon layer by Electroless/Electrodeposit-Assisted Stripping (EAS) process - Spalling of thin Si layer by Electrodeposit Assisted Stripping (EAS)
- Control a critical stress value of a Ni stress-inducing layer
- Formation of electroless Ni seed layer with nano-rod for high adhesion on Si
- Laser scribing for control the initial spalling point
Study in the enhancement of figure of merit for low temperature thermoelectric materials - Enhancement of thermoelectric figure of merit by controlling Fermi level and microstructure laboratory16-3
Research of through-Si-via (TSV) filling process for 3D chip interconnection - Additives for the TSV filling process
- High speed TSV filling technology
- Microstructure control of TSV filling material
Development of high tensile strength nanotwin Cu film for PCB board - Control of mechanical properties by changing deposition conditions
- Increase in the twin density, and microstructure modification through additives
- Process optimization for mass production
Synthesis and application of chalcogenide materials prepared by solution process - Deposition of chalcogenide by electrodeposition
- Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) sutructure construction through electrodeposition on patterned electrode
- Development of gas sensing device based on MOS structure
Formation of Ni-W alloy by electrodeposition - Formation of multilayer structure of Ni-W alloys and their functionally graded materials(FGM) laboratory16-7

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

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We are interested in understanding of soft materials and their applications in various fields. Especially, topics of our research are on the lithium secondary batteries, functional microparticles, and polymeric membrane & films. Because of their high specific capacity and high power density, mobile electronic devices use lithium secondary batteries as an energy source for operation. Currently, they are expanding their applications to mid- and large-sized systems such as energy sources for electric vehicles and energy storage systems. There are continuous needs for improving lithium secondary batteries (ex. higher energy density, safety, fabrication cost reduction and so on). Thus it is of great importance to provide advanced materials and components in lithium secondary batteries. We are currently working on coated separator from aqueous coating solutions, functional electrolytes for high voltage use. Also we are interested in providing flexible lithium ion batteries and safer lithium metal anodes for upcoming applications. Fabrication and application of microparticles, polymeric membranes and films are also important topics in our group.

대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Lithium Secondary
- Lithium Secondary Batteries
- Functional electrolyte for high voltage lithium ion battery
- Prevention of dendrite formation and protection of lithium metal anode
- Film type LiB for IoT sensors
- Fabrication of microparticles possessing specific surface morphology
- Formation mechanism of surface morphology
- Uniform sized particles and opal structure
- Inverse opal with embossed surface patterns
& Films
- Polymeric membrane reservoir system for lithium recovery from seawater
- Photo-alignment layer
- Membrane from polymeric blends
- Improving light utilization efficiency via polymeric mirror
Miscellaneous - Transferrable crack-free silica colloid assembly
- Hybrid conductive skeletal structure

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

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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.

대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Research areas Topics Results and others
- 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 laboratory18-2
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

무기재료연구실 (유효종 교수)

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Our research is focused on the synthesis and massive application of noble inorganic nanocomposites. The research works involve the design and preparation of highly applicable nanohybrid functional materials and metallosupramolecular/coordination polymer materials, and improvement of characterization and analysis techniques. Our overarching goals are: (1) via high-throughput screening and systematic control of the nanostructure engineering to develop next-generation of highly active and durable nanocomposites with task-specific properties employed for “energy-catalyst technology”; (2) to establish fundamental understandings and clear relationships between atomic level surface properties of nanohybrids and their corresponding catalytic performances; (3) to advance the gained scientific understandings into knowledge-based material design to enable the enhancement of efficiency, robustness, and selectivity in the achieved nanomaterials.


- Multicompositional nanostructures such as multimetallic hybrid nanoparticles, multinary metal chalcogenide nanocrystals, porous inorganic oxide nanoparticles, and multicomponents metal-inorganic oxide core-shell nanohybrids feature high utility value in energy-catalyst technology, especially in photo/electrochemical process. Rational integration of these components can enable the creation of environmentally-sustainable hybrid nanomaterials with controllable composition, crystal orientation and beneficial defects. Such hybrid nanomaterials will be utilized for the fabrication of photo/electrochemical water hydrolysis devices with expectedly enhanced efficiency and durability. Particularly, alloying transition metals with noble metals is not only cost-effective but also provide a possibility of deliberate manipulation of the electronic properties of the nanoalloys and hence the electrocatalytic performance of the catalysts.

- Multifunctional hybrid nanocarriers with customized configurations can not only inherit characteristic properties of each individuals but also exhibit unique synergistic properties. Size-selective chemical catalysts and altered electronic structures of interfacial junctions within such nanocarriers are highly valuable as new multifunctional nanomaterials that differentiate them from existing materials.

- We are trying to develop and utilize metallosupramolecule-based, higher ordered, multilevel coordination-driven assemblies with hierarchy. Projected works in the research objectives involve the establishment of the concept of the formation process of multilevel assemblies, and prepare a library of metallosupramolecular structures by synthesizing a variety of supramolecular modules through the change of ligand structures and metal ions. New functional inorganic supramolecules are synthesized, and novel multilevel assemblies as discrete molecules or polymeric frameworks are studied in the formation mechanism and structural analyses. The assembly process of tertiary and higher orders is effectively controlled, and the applicability of multiple-assemblies is maximized. We are trying to establish the cornerstone as a new field of research in metallosupramolecular chemistry based on all research results.

대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent research results
Fabrication of Multifunctional Inorganic Hybrid Nanostructures - Anisotropic multimetallic nanomaterials with controllable composition, crystal orientation, and defect
- Atomically-dispersed metal catalysts on 2D nanostructures for improved catalytic performance
- Multinary metal chalcogenides via cation exchange
- Development of metal-organic framework (MOF) nanoparticles and MOF-derived multinary inorganic nanocomposites, e.g. (hydro)oxides and chalcogenides
- Development of highly porous multifunctional nanocarriers with customized properties
Heterogeneous Nanocatalysts for Photo/Electrochemical Water Splitting - Establishing fundamental understanding on active interfaces in hybrid nanostructures, such as metal/metal, oxide/metal, and oxide/oxide junctions
- Knowledge-based design and controlled synthesis of highly efficient and robust OER and HER photo/electro-catalysts for next-generation energy storage and conversion systems.
- Nanocatalysts deposited on 3D conductive supports for improved electrochemical performances
- Photon-induced water splitting based on metal/semiconductor junctions
Multilevel Coordination-Driven Assembly and Metallosupramolecules with Structural Hierarchy - Design of hierarchical metallosupramolecules (Superb-Molecules)
- Construction of higher-order molecular platforms through Multilevel Assembly Approach
- Establishment of a molecular cage library with target-orientated functionality
- Systematic proliferation and implementation of supramolecular building units for the construction of higher-order molecular platforms
- Study on biomimetics, gas separation, and catalytic applications of multiple hierarchical structures

Structural Materials Microstructure Design Lab (Prof. Jin Kyung Kim)

Structural Materials Microstructure Design Lab reveals the underlying mechanisms of microstructural evolution of advanced alloys such as advanced high strength steel, Mg alloy and high entropy alloy with a main emphasis on their deformation behavior. The fundamental multiscale understanding of advanced alloys enables knowledge-based design of advanced alloys with exceptional mechanical properties.

대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
Fields Research Topics Recent Research  Results
Advanced High Strength Steel -Development of strong and ductile high/medium Mn steels
-Fundamental understanding of deformation/phase transformation mechanisms of advanced high strength steels
High Entropy Alloy -Development of strong and ductile high entropy alloys for cryogenic applications
-Fundamental understanding of deformation/phase transformation mechanisms of high entropy alloys
Magnesium Alloy -Development of strong and ductile Mg alloys
-Deformation twinning mechanisms of Mg alloys

Nano Materials & Devices Lab. (Prof. Ji-Hoon Ahn)

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Nano Materials & Devices Lab. Focuses on research for nano-scale electronic component for next-generation electronic devices. We are designing and synthesizing new nano-materials and applying them to various semiconductor-based devices.

대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
대학원 - 대학원연구실 - Laboratory Details (Eng)
연구 분야 주요 연구 내용 연구 결과
Next-generation memory devices - Electrode/Dielectric materials for memory devices
- Ferroelectric materials and devices
Synthesis of low-dimensional materials - Development of synthesis method for new 2D materials
- Development of large area synthesis method for mass production
Application to semiconductor-based devices - Electronic, opto-electronic devices
- Application to energy harvesting/ sensor devices
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