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Healthcare

Healthcare
Healthcare

Healthcare materials are key future technology for heatlthy and safe society. Based on the fundamental understanding of life and nature, healthcare material research have focused on aging issues, sensing of life and environmental signals, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, enhancement of human functions. The research groups in the healthcare materials have elaborated to develop new materials, including organic, bio, inorganic, and complexed materials, and their applications for diagnostics, therapeutics, and biomedical devices.

Flexible Electronics Lab. (FEL) Prof. Ko, Heung Cho

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Research Fields
  • Flexible organic/inorganic opto/electric materials and devices
  • Stretchable/compressible display devices
  • Biomedical functional devices
  • Non-planar electronic devices
  • Boi-mimic materials and devices

Functional Protein Engineering Lab. (FPEL) Prof. Kwon, Inchan

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Research Fields
  • Developing long acting therapeutic proteins for gout and type II diabetes treatment
  • Computational design of therapeutic proteins and enzymes
  • Protein/Polymer-based nanomaterials for drug delivery and nanoreactors
  • Biocatalytic utilization of CO2 and gas wastes (carbon recycling/carbon neutral)
  • Bioadsorbent for recovery of rare earth elements from industrial wastes

Soft Nanomaterials and Energy Lab. (SNE) Prof. Park, Ji-Woong

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Research Fields
  • Synthesis of new organic/polymer materials (conducting polymers, porous polymers, hybrid nanomaterials)
  • Carbon dioxide capture, separation, conversion materials and catalysts
  • Nanoporous polymers and membranes
  • Nanostructured energy/green chemistry catalysts and catalytic processes

Bio-Electronics Materials Lab. (BEMs) Prof. Yoon, Myung-Han

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Research Fields
  • Developing solution-processed organic and organic-inorganic hybrid devices
    (e.g., transistors, electro actuators, super capacitors, photovoltaics)
  • Developing transistor based biosensors and bio-electronic interfaces
  • Modulating cellular activity via surface chemistry and 3-D shape of soft nano-/micro-structures with external electrical/chemical stimuli
  • Mimicking biological organs via biopolymer based nanoscale scaffolds.
  • Controlling interaction between electronic materials and electrogenic cellular systems
    (e.g., neurons, cardiac cells)
  • Developing metal oxide based nanostructure for harvesting sustainable energies.

Organic Semiconductors and Photonics Lab. (OSPL) Prof. Lee, Kwanghee

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Research Fields
  • Development of High Performance Polymer Solar Cells
  • Development of High Performance Polymer LED/FET
  • Development of Flexible and Transparent Electrode
  • Development of Flexible Display
  • Optical and Electrical Properties of Conjugated Polymers

Soft Matter Nanoscopy Lab. (SOMAT) Prof. Lee, Eunji

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Research Fields
  • Molecular programming-based functional organic polymer synthesis and property
  • Organic polymer/inorganic nanoparticle hybrid self-assembly for customized nanomaterials
  • Multiscale, spatiotemporal TEM imaging for soft matter dynamics and functionality
  • Solution-processable conducting polymer nanoscaffolds for optoelectronic devices
  • Stimuli-responsive organic material-based photo-sensitive switches and cryptographic devices
  • Biomimetic supramolecular scaffolds for therapeutics, diagnostics, and antifreezing agents

Biomimetic Materials Lab. (BML) Prof. Lee, Jae Young

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Research Fields
  • Electroactive Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering
  • Biocompatible Bioelectrodes
  • Stem cell delivery and cell-based therapy
  • Bioinks for 3D cell printing
  • Functional nanobiomaterials

Biomacromolecular Engineering Lab. (BMEL) Prof. Tae, Giyoong

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Research Fields
  • Hydrogels for regeneration & stem cell culture/delivery
  • Nanosystem/hydrogel for inflammation control
  • Nanocarrier for theragnosis
  • Nanosystem for controlling cascade enzymatic reactions