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Connected Mobility

Connected Mobility
Connected Mobility

Nowadays called the era of the 4th industrial revolution, the connection of all things (IoT) is spreading beyond smart home appliances and homes to automobiles and urban infrastructure. The concept of connected mobility which is based on technologies represented by V2X (Vehicle to X) enables communications between vehicles and vehicles (V2V), vehicles and infrastructures (V2I), vehicles and offices (V2O), vehicles and houses (V2H) and vehicles and mobile devices (V2M). This multi-dimensional connection will realize autonomous driving with artificial intelligence, smart home, smart city and infortainment (information + entertainment) in the vehicle. The "Connected Mobility Group" is concentrating on developing functional materials and devices that can make these technologies a reality, and processes for them.

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

Photonics Polymer Lab. (PPL) Prof. Kim, Dong-Yu

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Research Fields
  • OLEDs and PLEDs
  • Organic thin film transistors (OTFTs)
  • Organic photovoltaic cell (OPV)
  • Nano patterning

In Situ Nano-Energy Processing Lab. (INPL) Prof. Kim, Bong Joong

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Research Fields
  • Ex-solution and reaction kinetics of catalysts
  • Nanowire nucleation and growth kinetics using in situ TEM
  • Kinetics of nanoparticle growth and morphology evolution in solution
  • Electrical and optical properties of phase transition nanostructures
  • Phase stability of metal halide perovskite nanostructures
  • Mechanically and thermally durable electrical insulation in nanolattices

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

Functional Nanostructures and Nanoelectronics Lab. (FNNL) Prof. Lee, Sanghan

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Research Fields
  • Growth of superconductor epitaxial thin film and artificially engineered superlattice
  • Emerging properties at the interface of oxides-bilayer
  • Synthesis and characterization of 2D emerging materials
  • Photo-electrode for energy application

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

Condensed Matter and mAterials Theory Lab. (CMAT) Lee, Joo-Hyoung

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Research Fields
  • AI-driven materials design
  • Computational materials science
  • Renewable energy conversion/storage materials
  • 2-D materials and computational metallurgy

Advanced Lithography for Integrated Systems Lab. (ALIS) Prof. Jung, Gun-Young

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Research Fields
  • Nanoimprint lithography
  • Integration of nano structures into various devices (batteries and gas sensors etc.)
  • Perovskite solar cells and photonic devices
  • Development of new lithographic techniques
  • Triboelectric energy generation