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Wearable Electronics

Introduction

Recent wearable electronic devices based on rigid device components are uncomfortable to wear. In order to reduce physical discomfort and fatigue against wearing, electronic devices need to be flexible and stretchable. Therefore, wearable Electronics research group focuses on fabrication of the hybrid technologies based on inorganic and organic components and development of novel technologies to maximize stretchability and flexibility. This contribute nationally to expansion of wearable electronics industry market.

Research Topics

  • Development of advanced nano-materials (nanowires, graphene, oxide semiconductors, etc)
  • Fabrication processes of flexible, stretchable, and transparent devices
  • Designs for wearable electronic devices (circuits + displays + sensors)
  • Development of 3D printing-based, integration technologies

Core members

Jang-Ung Park / Group Leader (박장웅 교수/연구그룹장), Soon-Yong Kwon (권순용 교수),
Zonghoon Lee (이종훈 교수), Chaenyung Cha (차채녕 교수), LiLi Zhang

Affiliated members

Myoung Hoon Song (송명훈 교수), Sukbin Lee(이석빈 교수), Ju-Young Kim (김주영 교수),
Sung You Hong (홍성유 교수), Chang Young Lee (아창영 교수)

Core technology

Future career opportunities

Our goal is not only to explore new science and technology by developing future electronics for humans, but also to transfer our knowledge to real industries. For example, we are actively collaborating global companies in Korea and USA, including Samsung Display, Samsung Techwin, LG Electronics, USA CooperVision, etc. Our work is highly multi-disciplinary, involving studies in material science and engineering, chemistry, physics, and biology, and our students will be advantageous to upgrade their job careers.

Core technology

Infrastructure

World best experimental setup for Wearable Electronics

Future career opportunities