- BT (Biotechnology)
- ET (Energy and Environmental Technology)
- NT (Nanotechnology)
- IT (Information Technology)
IT (Information Technology)
- 1. Polymer Blends Laboratory
Electromagnetic shielding materials as well as polyurethane thermal insulating materials prepared by polymers and composites are very important industrial materials. In this laboratory, the research and development of such materials are undertaken. Followings are the topics that we are investigating:
- Effects of hybrid conductive fillers on the electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness of polymer/conductive filler composites.
- The improvement of thermal insulating properties of rigid polyurethane foams blown by environmentally friendly blowing agent.
- The improvement of sound absorption properties of flexible polyurethane foams.
- For more information, contact : Prof. Woo Nyon Kim
- Tel : 82-2-3290-3296
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- 2. Rheology Research Laboratory
The rheology and non-Newtonian fluid mechanics (RNNFM) of suspensions and emulsions have been the central theme of The Rheology Research Laboratory. Our group has been doing researches on the migration and microstructure formation of particles suspended in Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids under the non-homogeneous flow. We have been also working on the very dilute dispersion of nano-particles so called ‘nanofluid’. This smart fluid can be used for heat transfer enhancements. Currently we are deeply involved in the solution processing of suspensions for printed electronics. Specifically we have special interests on contact line motion, dispensing and inkjet printing of rheologically complex fluids. The generation of droplets of various complex fluids including nano-particle containing gels for rocket propellants is a newly added research subject.
Homepage : http://rnnfm.korea.ac.kr
- For more information, contact : Prof. Chongyoup Kim
- Tel : 82-2-3290-3302
- Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- 3. Complex Fluids Engineering Laboratory
Complex Fluids Engineering Laboratory (CFEL, Prof. Hyun Wook Jung) focuses on rheology and rheological processes based on theoretical modeling, simulation, and experiments. CFEL’s research fields are shown below.
- Nonlinear dynamics/stability/sensitivity in polymer processes
- Fundamental coating and drying processes
- Micro-rheology using Brownian dynamics and light scattering techniques
- Chemorheology and crosslinking characteristics of organic coatings
- Suspension rheology
- Macro-/micro-scale computations of exhaust gas flows inside porous filters
CFEL contributed to the product quality control and productivity enhancement in polymer extensional deformation processes such as film casting and film blowing, exhibiting Hopf bifurcation features. CFEL also established the key strategy for uniform coating flow control and operability windows in pre-metered coating processes which have been importantly applied in IT industries manufacturing display films, Li-ion secondary batteries, and fuel cells. CFEL elucidated the relationship between curing kinetics and mechanical properties of dual-curable organic coatings for automotive applications. Employing various light scattering techniques such as dynamic light scattering (DLS), diffusing wave spectroscopy (DWS), and multi-speckle DWS, CFEL have investigated the micro-rheological aspects in particulate suspension systems. Through Brownian dynamics simulations and related microfluidic experiments, CFEL clarified the migration and conformation of polyelectrolyte/biological polymer chains in various flow fields. CFEL recently performed macro/microscopic simulations for diesel particulate filters and developed coating technologies of catalytic slurries.
Homepage : http://cfel.korea.ac.kr
- For more information, contact : Prof. Hyun Wook Jung
- Tel : 82-2-3290-3306
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- 4. Advanced semiconductor process & characterization laboratory
Advanced semiconductor process & characterization laboratory (APCL) covers a multidisciplinary research on the basic properties of semiconductor materials to their applications for device fabrication. The research area includes multidimensional from one- to three-dimensional semiconductor structures, IR to deep-UV optoelectronic devices, next-generation compound semiconductor materials and their applications for various kinds of devices. Ultra-wide bandgap semiconductor for next-generation high-power devices, photodetectors and high performance optoelectronic devices such as light emitting diodes (LEDs) and solar cells are systematically investigated through the combination of physical modelling and experimental approaches.
- Research area :
- Opto-electronic devices (LEDs, solar cells, photodetectors, etc.)
- Compound semiconductor based high-power devices
- Chemical sensors for monitoring harmful environment
- Transfer-free growth and characterization of graphene
- Fabrication and analysis of nanoscale device
- Multi-dimensional materials (graphene, black phosphorus, TMDs, hBN, etc.)
- Chemical etching and thickness control of compound semiconductors and two-dimensional materials.
Homepage : https://www.cpcl.korea.ac.kr
- For more information, contact : Prof. Jihyun Kim
- Tel : 82-2-3290-3291
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- 5. Microfluidic Process and Biopolymer Laboratory
The microfluidic process and biopolymer laboratory, founded by Professor Ki Wan Bong, is engaged in research on the synthesis, assembly, and analysis of 3D soft matter architectures. Using microfluidic-assisted fabrication methods and biocompatible materials, we have built complex 3D structures for use with in vitro diagnostics and in vivo therapeutics.
- Our research areas include:
- Flow Lithography
- Particle technology for biomedical applications
- Droplet-based microfluidics
- Bio-micro electro mechanical systems (BioMEMs)
- Soft lithography and patterning
- Nanoparticle synthesis
Homepage : http://brg.korea.ac.kr
- For more information, contact : Prof. Ki Wan Bong
- Tel : 82-2-3290-3294
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- 6. Nano Energy Convergence System Laboratory
The research activity of our group is focused on the structure and morphology design of nano-energy materials for the application to the future energy convergence systems. Especially, we have been developing the multiscale nano-building blocks including polymers, ceramics, metals, and semi-conductors to efficiently manipulate the various types of energy because such nanomaterials can exhibit prominent electronic, optical, and catalytic properties. Currently we are studying next generation solar energy conversion and storage systems.
- Research Area :
- Next-generation solar cells : Perovskite solar cells, QD solar cells, Inorganic solar cells
- Optoelectronic devices : Perovskite LEDs, Photodetectors
- Nano energy convergence system : Thermoelectric, Piezoelectric, Triboelectric
- Synthesis of advanced functional nanomaterials
- Design and synthesis of nano energy materials
- Colloidal photonic crystals
Homepage : http://necs.korea.ac.kr/
- For more information, contact : Prof. Sang Hyuk Im
- Tel : 82-2-3290-3295
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