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Design-Building-Characterization Group for Low-Dimensional Materials

Introduction

We investigate new low-dimensional materials and devices by designing, building and characterizing at nano and atomic scale. Our group's research foci are on i) creating new materials by advanced synthesis and manipulation method, ii) analyzing atomic and electronic structures using transmissions electron microscopy and scanning tunneling microscopy at atomic and nano scale and iii) theoretical calculation and simulation of nano-materials.

Research Topics

  • Nanoscale Materials Science
  • Atomic-scale Electron Microscopy
  • Computational Advanced Nanomaterials
  • Nanostructured Polymer Materials Theory
  • Functional Hybrid Materials & Devices
  • Robust Multifunctional Materials

Core members

Zonghoon Lee/Group Leader(이종훈 교수/연구그룹장), Sung Youb Kim(김성엽 교수) Jaeup Kim(김재업 교수),
Hyung-Joon Shin(신형준 교수), Jung-Woo Yoo(유정우 교수), Ju-Young Kim(김주영 교수), Ki-Suk Lee(이기석 교수)

Affiliated members

Soon-Yong Kwon(권순용 교수), Jeong Min Baik(백정민 교수), Myoung Hoon Song(송명훈 교수),
Sung Soo Park(박성수 교수), Kyoung-Jin Choi(최경진 교수), Noejung Park(박노정 교수)

Core technology

Infrastructure

  • UCRF - Analysis Lab
  • UCRF - Nano Fabrication Center
  • UNIST Supercomputing Center

Future career opportunities

Our group integrates physical, chemical and materials science and engineering principles to pursue the frontiers of modern low-dimensional materials science and engineering through education and research. We focus on various low-dimensional materials such as metals, compounds, polymers, semiconductors and its hybrid materials at both nano and atomic scale. Our missions in research are to develop new materials and to generate new knowledge through theoretical and experimental investigation on them.
Our mission in education is to help graduate students to seek solutions to current issues in low-dimensional materials science and engineering, so that eventually they can be creative leaders who can convert scientific ideas into changes in the real world. Graduate students are going to lead modern research and development in academia and industry.