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Professor Introduce
Soo Hwan Jeong

Soo Hwan Jeong Professor
Department of chemical Engineering, Yonsei Univ.
(1995) B.S. Department of chemical Engineering, POSTECH
(1997) M.S. Department of chemical Engineering, POSTECH (2002) Ph.D.
Project manager, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (2002-2005)
Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (2008)
Contact: Tel. +82-53-950-7597
Research Statement
Nanomaterials: Semiconductor nanowire, Carbon nanotube and Anodic aluminum oxide nanotemplate Applications: Stretchable electronics, Electrochemical supercapacitor, Field emitter, Field effect transistor, Self-cleaning surface, and sensor
Selected Publications
  • Inhibition of amyloid peptide fibrillation by inorganic nanoparticles, Angew, Chem.lnt. Ed. (201 1) 50, 501 1
  • Reversible nanoparticle gels with color switching, J. Mater. Chem.(201 1) 21, 1 1639
  • A sonochemical method for fabricating aligned Zn0 nanorods, Adv. Mater. (2007) 19, 749.
  • Development of high density, vertically aligned nano-structure heat sink for light emitting diode (Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy, 2014-2015)
  • Anodic alumina membranes for water treatment (Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy, 2010-2015)
  • CNT composite based on electrospinning (POSCO, 20122013)
Soo-Hwan Jeong and Kun-Hong Lee "Flexible Field Emitters based on Carbon Nanotubes and Other Materials", Editor: John Rogers, William Andrew Publishing, 2009.
  • Manufacturing method for emitter for electron-beam projection lithography US. Patent No 07091054
  • Optical recording medium with phase transition layer and method of manufacturing the optical recording medium. US. Patent No 06998162
  • Emitter for electron-beam projection lithography system and manufacturing method thereof, US. Patent No 06953946
  • Method of manufacturing memory with nano dots US. Patent No 06913984
Collaborative research
  • CNT yarn (with POSTECH)
  • Nanoelectronics by sonochemical doping of carbon nanotubes (with Samsung Advanced Institute of technology)
  • Gas sensors for semiconductor process with KRISS)
Invited talks
  • Carbon Nanotubes and Zn0 Nanorod for Electronic Applications, Yonsei University (2008)
  • Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes and Zn0 Nanorod for Practical Applications Samsung Electronics (2006)