Energy Nano Material Process Lab focuses on developing nanoelectrode materials, a core technology for the future hydrogen energy and the next-generation energy conversion device, fuel cell, and their application to the electrochemical systems. We aim to synthesize nanoelectrode materials through various methods such as electrodeposition and chemical reduction, and ultimately to maximize energy production, conversion, and storage efficiency.
Location1 : 310-833
Location2 : 202-402
Haesun Park Assistant Professor
PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, (2019)
MSE, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, (2015)
BS, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Seoul National University, (2013)
In Silico Energy Materials Design Laboratory aims to understand the behavior and properties of materials at an atomic level through the first-principles calculations based on density functional theory and ultimately to develop novel energy storage and conversion materials with enhanced performance. Currently, we are focusing on developing solid electrolyte materials for all-solid-state batteries and the electrode materials for the batteries utilizing Ca/Mg ions. Ultimately, the goal is to design materials with desired properties more quickly by combining material properties data obtained from simulation with machine learning.
Location1 : 209-603
Taejong Paik Associate Professor
Ph.D. Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA, (2014)
MS. Department of Chemistry, Seoul National University, (2007)
BS. School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University, (2005)
Colloidal nanocrystals are widely used in various applications such as electronic devices, phosphors, catalysts, battery, and have formed an important platform for biomedical research. The synthesis of highly uniform nanomaterials with controlled size, shape, and compositions is paramount to precisely understand the physical properties for many emerging applications. The researches in Materials Chemistry Lab are focused on novel materials chemistry to synthesize highly uniform colloidal nanocrystals to tailor their physical properties and investigation of the relationship between nanostructures and properties to design new types of nanomaterials. Finally, we integration them into the functional nanostructures for the applications in display, battery, catalysts, and smart materials.
Through the various research collaborations, Nano-Optics Lab conducts an optical analysis of next-generation two-dimensional semiconductor materials (Graphene, MoS2, WS2, etc.), safety analysis of secondary lithium batteries, and differentiation analysis of stem cells.
Organic Nanomaterials Lab focus on realizing the next-generation energy system through the development of core technologies in nanomaterial/nanotechnology for organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite and conductive polymer materials. In addition, based on the synthesis of new nanomaterials and the presentation of process methods, we are leading the next-generation nano-energy fusion technology by expanding to high-sensitivity sensor/flexible applied device application. Our group are actively conducting impactful research with undergraduate and MS/PhD graduate students aiming for the world's best research capabilities.
Location1 : 310-842
Location2 : 202-(306-1)
Songhun Yoon Professor
Ph.D. School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University(2005)
MS, School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University(1999)
BS. School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University(1997)
Based on the electrochemical phenomenon, this lab researches the charge storage mechanism and the synthesis of cathode/anode materials used in secondary batteries and supercapacitors that convert or store chemical energy into electrical energy.
Location1 : 310-843
Location2 : 101-843 202-505
Sung-Gyu Pyo Professor
Ph.D. Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Pohang University(POSTECH),
Call Number : 02-820-5781
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Integrated Systems, Material Processing & Design Laboratory
Integrated Systems, Material Processing & Design Laboratory are researching semiconductor process, semiconductor material technology development, semiconductor process monitoring technology, three-dimensional integration technology, fusion sensor material, five sense material, technology filtering air pollutant, and materials characterization analysis. We also conduct collaborative researches with domestic and foreign research institutes.
Location1 : 310-835
Location2 : 202-401 202-503
Don-Hyung Ha Associate Professor
Ph.D. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University, USA, (2014)
MS. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, USA, (2009)
BS. Department of Material Science and Engineering, Korea University, (2007)
Call Number : 02-820-5565
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Nanomaterials and Electrochemical Energy Design Laboratory
We develop various synthesis methods of novel nanomaterials and explore the applications of newly synthesized materials for electrochemical energy systems (fuel cell, water electrolysis, batteries). In addition, we investigate the film process of nanomaterials and X-ray analysis to enhance the performance of various devices.
Location1 : 310-840
Location2 : 202-301
Byungil Hwang Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Graduate School of EEWS, KAIST (2016)
MS. Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University (2008)
BS. Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University (2007)
This laboratory develops new alloy components for the development of high-added value metal and is conducting research on the reliability and physical behavior of materials based on nanomechanical tests and surface analysis. In addition, We develop next-generation materials that can be used in flexible and smart devices based on various metal and metal-based composite materials.