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INFOMRATION DISPLY METERIALS

With the growth of computer and communication device, many information displays such as TV, monitor, mobile phone, portable device have been developed. Following this trend, our department focuses on the development of using semiconductor, thin film and magnetic materials

Optoelectronic Materials and Device Laboratory

PROFESSOR Tae-Yeon Seong, D.Phil.
OFFICE
Korea University, Anam-Dong 5-1, Seoul 136-701, Korea
PHONE
+82-2-3290-3288
FAX
+82-2-928-3584
e-Mail
tyseong@korea.ac.kr
HOMEPAGE
http://oemd.korea.ac.kr
EDUCATION
1978.3 - 1982.2
B.S. Materials Science, Ulsan Institute of Technol
1983.3 - 1985.2
M.S. Materials Science & Engineering, KAIST
1988.9 - 1992.3
D.Ph. Materials, Oxford University, UK
CAREER
1985.3 - 1988.8
Korea Institute of Science & Technology (KIST), researcher
1991.9 - 1992.8
Electron Microscope Tutor, Oxford University
1992.4 - 1994.3
Oxford University, Post-doc fellow
1998.7 - 1998.8
Visiting scholar, University of Sydney, Australia
1994.6 - 2005.8
Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology (GIST), Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor
2003.1 - 2004.12
Director of BK 21 center for Frontier Materials Research, GIST
2005.9 - Present
Korea University, Professor
PROFESSIONAL DISTINCTIONS AND AWARDS
2003.11 :
GIST 10th Anniversary Research Award
2000.11
GIST Education Award
1988.9 - 1990.8
British Council fellowship, Oxford University
1988.1
Research Award, KIST
2001.3 - Present
Invited organizer, Electronic Materials Conference, USA
2003.8
Program committee member, 30th IEEE/LEOS International Symposium on Compound Semiconductors, 25 - 27 August 2003, San Diego, CA.
2004.6
Program committee member, 5th International Symposium on Blue Laser and Light Emitting Diodes (ISBLLED-2004), Korea
2006.6
International advisory committee member, 6th International Symposium on Blue Laser and Light Emitting Diodes (ISBLLED-2006), France
2006.10
Symposium co-organizer, IUMRS International Conference in Asia 2006(IUMRS-ICA-2006), Jeju, Korea
RESEARCH AREA
  • White LEDs for Solid State Lighting and for LDs for data storage:
    Contact technology and Device reliability
  • Transparent conducting oxides for LEDs and solar cells
  • Nano-materials and device applications (energy conversion devices, LEDs, LDs, etc.)
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Micro/Nano Magnetic Devices Laboratory

PROFESSOR Sang-Ho Lim , Ph.D.
OFFICE
Korea University, Anam-Dong 5-1, Seoul 136-701, Korea
PHONE
+82-2-3290-3285
FAX
+82-2-928-3584
e-Mail
sangholim@korea.ac.kr
HOMEPAGE
http://nanodevice.korea.ac.kr
EDUCATION
1977.3 - 1981.2
B.E. Materials Science Engineering, Korea University
1981.3 - 1983.2
M.E. Materials Science Engineering, KAIST
1986.6 - 1989.12
Ph.D. Materials Science Engineering, The University of Newcastle
CAREER
1983.2 - 1986.6
Research Scientist, KIST
1990.1 - 1990.11
National Research Fellow, CSIRO Division of Applied Physics, Sydney, Australia
1990.11 - 2004.8
Senior and Principal Research Scientist; Director of Nano Device Research Center, KIST
2004.9 - Present
Korea University, Associate Professor
PROFESSIONAL DISTINCTIONS AND AWARDS
  • The Korean Patent Award, December 11, 2000, The Korean Intellectual Property Office
  • Program committee member, The 2003 International Magnetics Conference (Intermag2003)
    (March 30 - April 3, 2003, Boston, USA).
  • Program committee member, The 2005 International Magnetics Conference (Intermag2005)
    (April 4 - 8, 2005, Nagoya, Japan).
  • Invited speaker, The 28th Annual Conference on Magnetics in Japan
    (September 21 - 24, 2004, Okinawa, Japan), (Paper Title: Some Aspects of Bit-Writing for High Density MRAM).
  • Invited speaker, IUMRS-ICA-2004 (November 16 - 18, 2004, Hsinchu, Taiwan), (Paper Title: Magnetization Reversal Behavior at Conditions Relevant to High Density MRAM).
RESEARCH AREA
  • New materials for information and telecommunications applications, including nanocrystalline magnetic thin films in the GHz range
  • New materials for spin electronic (spintronics) applications
  • High density magnetic random access memory
  • High density magnetic recording
  • Computer simulation for nanotechnology
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Nano Materials Design Laboratory

PROFESSOR Kyung-Jin Lee, Ph.D.
OFFICE
Korea University, Anam-Dong 5-1, Seoul 136-701, Korea
PHONE
+82-2-3290-3289
FAX
+82-2-928-3584
e-Mail
kj_lee@korea.ac.kr
HOMEPAGE
http://nanodesign.korea.ac.kr
EDUCATION
1988.3 - 1994.2
B.S. Physics, KAIST
1994.3 - 1996.2
M.S. Adv. Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST
1996.3 - 2000.2
Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST
CAREER
2000.3 - 2005.8
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Senior Researcher
2003.5 - 2005.3
SPINTEC, CEA-CNRS, France, Postdoctoral
2005.9 - Present
Korea University, Associate Professor
PROFESSIONAL DISTINCTIONS AND AWARDS
2005.4
Patent of the Year, Chung-Mu-Gong Prize, Korean Patent Office
RESEARCH AREA
  • Spin dynamics
  • Electron and spin transport
  • Materials design using ab-initio calculation
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Nanotechnology Laboratory

PROFESSOR Woong Kim, Ph.D.
OFFICE
Korea University, Anam-Dong 5-1, Seoul 136-701, Korea
PHONE
+82-2-3290-3266
FAX
+82-2-928-3584
e-Mail
woongkim@korea.ac.kr
HOMEPAGE
http://nanotech.korea.ac.kr
EDUCATION
1990.3 - 1996.2
B.S. Chemistry, Korea University
1996.3 - 1998.2
M.S .Chemistry, Korea University
1999.9 - 2005.6
Ph.D. Chemistry, Stanford University
CAREER
2005.6 - 2008.2
Postdoctor Researcher, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Materials Science and Engineering
2008.3 - Present
Korea University, Assistant Professor
RESEARCH AREA
  • Interfacing nanomaterials with biological systems
  • Development of bioanalytical tools using nano- and microtechnology
  • Nanomaterials synthesis, assembly and characterization for next generation electronic devices, solar cells, light emitting diodes and thermoelectrics
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Spintronic Material Laboratory

PROFESSOR Seong-Rae Lee
OFFICE
Korea University, Anam-Dong 5-1, Seoul 136-701, Korea
PHONE
+82-2-3290-3270
FAX
+82-2-928-3584
e-Mail
Kumetsrl@korea.ac.kr
HOMEPAGE
http://spintronics.korea.ac.kr
EDUCATION
1972.3 - 1976.2
B.E. Department of Metallurgical Engineering, Korea University
1976.3 - 1979.2
M.S. Department of Metallurgical Engineering , Korea University
1979.8 - 1983.5
Ph.D. Materials Science & Engineering, Univ. of Notre Dame
CAREER
1983.5 - 1984.3
Univ. of Notre Dame, Post Doctoral Research Associate
1985.6 - 1985.8
CTS, Post Doctoral Research Associate
1986.3 - 1988.2
Korea University, Assistant Professor
1988.3 - 1991.2
Korea University, Associate Professor
1989.8 - 1991.7
Korea University, Chair of Department of Metallurgical Engineering
1991.3 - Present
Korea University, Professor
1992.1 - 1993.1
Argonne National Lab, Visiting Scientist
1996.3 - 1998.3
Korea University, Head of college of engineering
2000.6 - 2005.6
Korea University, Head of National Research Lab
2005.8 - 2006.7
Korea University, Dean of Department of materials science and engineering
PROFESSIONAL DISTINCTIONS AND AWARDS
1983
International Dissertation Award
1993
The Korea Institute of of Metallurgical Engineering Award
1999
The Korean Magnetics society Award
2004
The KOREAN INSTITUTE OF METALS AND MATERIALS AWARD
1999
InterMag 99 Chairman
2000
International Symposium on Spintronics Chairman
2008
Asian Magnetics Conference Exhibition Chair
RESEARCH AREA
  • Development of High energy permanent magnet motor for hybrid electrical vehicle
  • Material challenges for High density magnetic recording media.
  • Development of p-MTJ(Magnetic Tunnel Junction) with High sensitivity.
  • Lithium intercalation thin film electrode for Lithium secondary batteries
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