Faculty

CURRENT PROFESSOR

곽경원

곽경원

Quantum Spectroscopy Lab LINK

  • kkwak@korea.ac.kr
  • Office: Asan Science Bldg. RM 309, +82-3290-3128
  • Lab: R&D Center, RM 219A
  • Physical, Analytical, Energy
Education
  • 1992.3-1999.2 : Korea University, B.S., Chemistry
  • 1999.3-2001.2 : Korea University, M.S., Physical Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Minhaeng Cho)
  • 2003.08-2008.08 : Stanford University, Ph. D., Physical Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Michael D. Fayer)
Careers
  • 2016.3 – present : Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2015.3 – 2016.2 : Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Chung-Ang University
  • 2011.3 – 2015.2 : Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Chung-Ang University
  • 2010.9 – 2010.12 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Bioengineering, University of California at Berkeley, USA (Research Advisor: Professor S.W. Lee)
  • 2008.9 – 2010.8 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Bioengineering, University of California at Berkeley, USA (Research Advisor: Professor Stephen R. Leone).
Research Areas
  1. Physical Chemistry
  2. Spectroscopy and Imaging
  3. Chemical Dynamics
  4. Liquid Electrolyte for Energy Storage System
  5. Computational Chemistry for Lanthanide and Actinide compounds.
Representative Publications
  1. "Ultrafast dynamics of solute-solvent complexation observed at thermal equilibrium in real time’ J. Zheng, K. Kwak, J. Asbury, X. Chen, I.R. Piletic, M.D. Fayer, Science, 309, 1338, (2005)
  2. "Ultrafast Carbon-Carbon Single Bond Rotational Isomerization in room temperature solution" Zheng JR, Kwak K, Xie J, Fayer MD Science 313 1952 (2006).
  3. "Dynamics around solute and solute-solvent complex in mixed solvents" Kwak K, Park S and Fayer MD. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 104 14221 (2007)
  4. "Biomimetic Self-Templating Supramolecular Structure" WJ Chung, JW Oh, K Kwak ,BY Lee, J Meyer, E Wang, A Hexamer, SW Lee, Nature,478 364 (2011)
  5. Infrared Pump−.Probe Study of Nanoconfined Water Structure in Reverse Micelle, Jooyong Lee, Michał Maj, Kyungwon Kwak*, and Minhaeng Cho*, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 5, 3404 (2014)
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김종승

Next-generation Molecular Theranostics Laboratory LINK

  • jongskim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 305, +82-2-3290-3143
  • Lab1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 337, +82-2-3290-3605
  • Lab2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 346, +82-2-3290-3606
  • Organic, Biological, Nano & Materials
Education
  • 1989 - 1993 : Texas Tech University, Ph. D., Organic Chemistry Research Advisor: Prof. Richard A. Bartsch
  • 1986 - 1988 : Chungnam National University, M. S., Chemistry
  • 1982 - 1986 : Kongju National Teacher's University, B. S., Chemistry Education
Careers
  • 2014 - present : A member of Korea Academy of Science and Technology
  • 2009.4 - present : Director of Creative Research Initiative Project
  • 2007.9 - present : Professor at Korea University
  • 2003.3 - 2007.8 : Professor at Dankook University
  • 1994.3 - 2003.2 : Associate professor at Konyang University
  • 1993.10 - 1994.8 : Postdoctoral Research Associate at University of Houston (with Prof. J. K. Kochi)
  • 1988.10 - 1989.7 : Researcher at Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology
Research Areas
  1. Drug delivery system (cancer stem cell, triple negative breast cancer)
  2. Photodynamic therapy & Photothermal therapy
  3. Sonodynamic therapy
  4. Neurodegenerative disease (Alzheimer’s disease)
  5. Aging (senescence)
Representative Publications
  1. K. Sunwoo, M. Won, K-P. Ko, S-G. Chi, P. Verwilst, J. S. Kim, ‘Mitochondrial relocation of a common synthetic antibiotic is key to non-genotoxic cancer therapy’ Chem (Cell Press), 1408-1419, 6, 2020.
  2. P. Liu, W. Fu, P. Verwilst, M. Won, J. Shin, Z. Cai, B. Tong, J. Shi, Y. Dong, J. S. Kim, ‘MDM2-Associated Clusterization-Triggered Emission and Apoptosis Induction Effectuated by a Theranostic Spiropolymer’ Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 8435-8439, 59, 2020.
  3. A. Sharma, M-G. Lee, M. Won, S. Koo, J. F. Arambula, J. L. Sessler, S-G. Chi, J. S. Kim, 'Targeting Heterogenous Tumors Using a Multifunctional Molecular Prodrug' J. Am. Chem. Soc. 15611-15618, 141, 2019. (Front Cover)
  4. J. Shin, P. Verwilst, H. Choi, S. Kang, J. Han, N. H. Kim, J. G. Choi, M. S. Oh, J. S. Hwang, D. Kim, I. M.-Jung, J. S. Kim, ‘Harnessing Intramolecular Rotation to Enhance Two-photon Imaging of Aβ Plaques Through Minimizing Background Fluorescence’ Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 5648-5652, 58, 2019.
  5. S. Son, M. Won, O. Green, N. Hananya, A. Sharma, Y. Jeon, J. H. Kwak, J. L. Sessler, D. Shabat, J. S. Kim, ‘Chemiluminescent Probe for the In Vitro and In Vivo Imaging of Cancers Over-expressing NQO1’ Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 1739-1743, 58, 2019.
  6. A. Sharma, M.-G. Lee, H. Shi, M. Won, J. F. Arambula, J. L. Sessler, J. Y. Lee, S.-G. Chi, J. S. Kim, ‘Overcoming Drug Resistance by Targeting Cancer Bioenergetics with an Activatable Prodrug’ Chem (Cell Press), 2370-2383, 4, 2018.
  7. P. Verwilst, H.-R. Kim, J. Seo, N.-W. Sohn, S.-Y. Cha, Y. Kim, S. Maeng, J.-W. Shin, J. H. Kwak, C. Kang, J. S. Kim, ‘Rational Design of In Vivo Tau Tangle-Selective Near Infrared Fluorophores: Expanding the BODIPY Universe’ J. Am. Chem. Soc. 13393-13403, 139, 2017.
  8. H. S. Jung, J.-H. Lee, K. Kim, S. Koo, P. Verwilst, J. L. Sessler, C. Kang, J. S. Kim ‘A mitochondria-targeted cryptocyanine-based photothermogenic photosensitizer’ J. Am. Chem. Soc. 9972-9978, 139, 2017.
  9. H. S. Jung, J. Han, H. Shi, S. Koo, H. Singh, H.-J. Kim, J. L. Sessler, J. Y. Lee, J.-H. Kim, J. S. Kim, ‘Overcoming the Limits of Hypoxia in Photodynamic Therapy: A Carbonic Anhydrase IX-Targeted Approach’ J. Am. Chem. Soc. 7595-7602, 139, 2017.
김준곤

김준곤

Applied Analytical Chemistry Laboratory LINK

  • hughkim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 312, +82-2-3290-3126
  • Lab1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 246, +82-2-3290-3544
  • Physical, Biological, Analytical
Education
  • 2008 : California Institute of Technology, Ph.D., Physical Chemistry Research Advisor: Prof. J. L. Beauchamp
  • 2003 : University of California, Berkeley, B.S., Chemistry
Careers
  • 2019. 9 - present : Professor, Korea University
  • 2015. 9 - 2019. 8: Associate Professor at Korea University
  • 2014. 9 - 2015. 8: Associate Professor at POSTECH
  • 2010. 2 - 2014. 8: Assistant Professor at POSTECH
  • 2008. 9 - 2010. 1: Post-Doctoral Scholar at NASA-JPL, CALTECH
Research Areas
  1. Protein Misfolding, Interactions, and Degenerative Diseases
  2. Supramolecular Control of Protein Folding and Intermolecular Interaction Dynamics
  3. Precision Medicine Development for Childhood Cancer
  4. Developing Instrumental Analysis Techniques including Mass Spectrometry
Representative Publications
  1. Lee, H. H. L.; Heo, C. E.; Seo, N; Yun, S. G.; An, H. J.; Kim, H. I.* "Accurate Quantification of N-glycolylneuraminic Acid in Therapeutic Proteins Using Supramolecular Mass Spectrometry" J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2018, DOI: 10.1021/jacs.8b07864
  2. Choi, T. S.; Lee, J. Y.; Han, J. Y.; Jeong, B. C.; Wongkongkathep, P.; Loo, J. A.; Lee, M. J.; Kim, H. I. "Supramolecular Modulation of Structural Polymorphism in Pathogenic α-Synuclein Fibrils Using Cu(II) Coordination" Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2018, 57, 3099-3103
  3. Choi, T. S.; Lee, H. J.; Han, J. Y.; Lim, M. H.*; Kim, H. I.* "Molecular Insights into Human Serum Albumin as a Receptor of Amyloid-β in the Extracellular Region" J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017, 139, 15437-15445.
  4. Lee, H. H. L.; Lee, J. W.; Jang, Y.; Ko, Y. H.; Kim, K.*; Kim, H. I.* "Manifesting Subtle Differences of Neutral Hydrophilic Guest Isomers in a Molecular Container by Phase Transfer" Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 8249-8253
  5. Lee, J. W.; Shin, M. H.; Mobley, W.; Urbach, A. R.*; Kim, H. I.* "Supramolecular Enhancement of Protein Analysis via the Recognition of Phenylalanine with Cucurbit[7]uril" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 15322-15329
  6. Lee, H. H.;Choi, T. S.; Lee, S. J. C.; Lee, J. W.; Park, J.; Ko, Y. H.; Kim, W. J.; Kim, K.; Kim, H. I. " Supramolecular Inhibition of Amyloid Fibrillation by Cucurbit[7]uril" Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 7461-7465
김학중

김학중

Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology Laboratory LINK

  • hakkim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 313, +82-2-3290-3148
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 552, +82-2-3290-3613
  • Organic, Biological, Catalysis
Education
  • 1993.3 – 1997.2 : Seoul National University, B. S., Chemistry
  • 1997.3 – 1999.2 : Seoul National University, M. S., Organic Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Eun Lee)
  • 2004.9 – 2010.8 : University of Texas at Austin, Ph. D., Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Hung-wen Liu)
Careers
  • 2015.2 – present : Associate Professor at Korea University
  • 2012.3 – 2015.2 : Assistant Professor at Korea University
  • 2010.10 – 2011.12 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, The Scripps Research Institute (Research Advisor: Professor Peter G. Schultz)
  • 1999.1 – 2004.5 : Research Scientist, LG Chem/CI/Life Sciences
Research Areas
  1. Organic Synthesis
  2. Medicinal Chemistry
  3. Chemical Biology
Representative Publications
  1. Haeun Lee, Woon Young Song, Minju Kim, Min Wook Lee, Soojeung Kim, Ye Song Park, Kyungwon Kwak, Man Hwan Oh,Kim, Hak Joong. Synthesis and Characterization of Anguibactin To Reveal Its Competence To Function as a Thermally Stable Surrogate Siderophore for a Gram-Negative Pathogen, Acinetobacter baumannii. Org. Lett. 2018, 20, 6476.
  2. Woon Young Song, Dawa Jeong, Jimin Kim, Min Wook Lee, Man Hwan Oh, Kim, Hak Joong. Key Structural Elements for Cellular Uptake of Acinetobactin, a Major Siderophore of Acinetobacter baumannii. Org. Lett. 2017, 19, 500.
  3. Kim, Hak Joong, Sei-hyun Choi, Byung-sun Jeon, Namho Kim, Rongson Pongdee, Qingquan Wu, Hung-wen Liu. Chemoenzymatic synthesis of spinosyn A. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 13553.
  4. Kim, Hak Joong, Mark W. Ruszczycky, Sei-hyun Choi, Yung-nan Liu, Hung-wen Liu. Enzyme-catalysed [4+2] cycloaddition is a key step in the biosynthesis of spinosyn A. Nature 2011, 473, 109.
김희진

김희진

Organic Chemistry and Flow Synthesis Laboratory LINK

  • heejinkim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 310, +82-2-3290-3132
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 341
  • Organic, Analytical, Environmental
Education
  • 2011.11 Ph.D. Kyoto University/Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Jun-ichi Yoshida)
  • 2009.03 M.S., Kyoto University/Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Jun-ichi Yoshida)
  • 2007.03 B.S., Okayama University/Department of Applied Chemistry
Careers
  • 2019.03 - present : Assistant Professor at Korea University
  • 2015.03 - 2019.02 : Research Assistant Professor at Kyoto University
  • 2013.09 - 2015.02 : Research Fellow at POSTECH (military service)
  • 2011.12 - 2013.08 : Research Fellow at KIST (military service)
  • 2011.01 - 2011.06 : Visiting Research at MIT (Research Advisor: Prof. Timothy F. Jamison)
  • 2010.04 - 2011.03 : JSPS Research Fellow
Research Areas
  1. Organic Synthesis via Flow Chemistry
  2. Control, Reaction and Analysis of Untamed Reaction Intermediates
  3. Synthetic Applications for APIs and Functional Materials
  4. Novel Mechanochemical Methodology
Representative Publications
  1. A Catalyst-Free Amination of Functional Organolithium Reagents by Flow Chemistry Kim, H.; Yonekura, Y.; Yoshida, J. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, 57, 4063–4066.
  2. Harnessing [1,4], [1,5], and [1,6] Anionic Fries-type Rearrangements by Reaction-Time Control in Flow Kim, H.; Inoue, K.; Yoshida, J. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 7863–7866
  3. Submillisecond Organic Synthesis: Outpacing Fries Rearrangement through Microfluidic Rapid Mixing Kim, H.; Min, K. –I; Inoue, K.; Im, D. J.; Kim, D. –P.; Yoshida, J. Science, 2016, 352, 691–694.
  4. Flow-Assisted Synthesis of [10]Cycloparaphenylene through Serial Microreactions under Mild Conditions Kim, H.; Lee, H. –J.; Kim, D. –P. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 1422–1426.
  5. A Flow-Microreactor Approach to Protecting-Group-Free Synthesis Using Organolithium Compounds Kim, H.; Nagaki, A.; Yoshida, J. Nature Commun. 2011, 2, 264.
박성남

박성남

Ultrafast Spectroscopy Laboratory LINK

  • spark8@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 321, +82-2-3290-3144
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 325, +82-2-3290-3602
  • Physical, Analytical, Nano & materials, Energy
Education
  • 1997.2 Korea University, B.S., Chemistry
  • 1999.2 Korea University, M.S., Physical Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Keon Kim)
  • 2005.8 The University of Chicago, Ph.D., Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Norbert F. Scherer)
Careers
  • 2009.3 - Present : Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor at Korea University
  • 2018.7 - 2020.6 : Department Chair, Department of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2005.9 - 2009.2 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Stanford University and PULSE Institute, SLAC National Accelerator Lab (Research Advisors: Professors Michael D. Fayer and Professor Kelly J. Gaffney)
Research Areas
  1. Time-resolved spectroscopy to study photoinduced chemical and physical processes in a wide range of molecular systems including fs-transient absorption (TA), TCSPC, ns-TA, time-resolved PL, and so on.
  2. Quantum chemical calculations
  3. Molecular dynamics simulations of complex molecular systems
  4. Machine learning for materials
Representative Publications
  1. "Light-directed trapping of metastable intermediates in a self- assembly process", Nat. Commun., 11, 6260 (2020)
  2. "Experimental database of optical properties of organic compounds", Sci. Data, 7, 295 (2020)
  3. "Molecular Design of Highly Efficient Heavy‐Atom‐Free Triplet BODIPY Derivatives for Photodynamic Therapy and Bioimaging", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 59, 8957-8962 (2020)
  4. "An emerging molecular design approach to heavy-atom-free photosensitizers for enhanced photodynamic therapy under hypoxia", J. Am. Chem. Soc., 141, 16243-16248 (2019)
  5. "Covalently linked, perylene-diimide polydiacetylene nanofibers display enhanced stability and photoconductivity with reversible FRET phenomenon", Small, 15, 1901342 (2019)
심상희

심상희

Molecular Imaging Lab LINK

  • sangheeshim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 301, +82-2-3290-3129
  • Lab 1 : Asan Science Bldg, RM 236
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg, RM 549
  • Physical, Biological, Analytical
Education
  • 2008: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, (Advisor: Martin T. Zanni)
  • 2002: Seoul National University, M.S., Chemistry, (Advisor: Doo Soo Chung)
  • 1999: Seoul National University, B.S., Chemistry
Careers
  • 2016.3 - Present : Assistant professor at Korea University
  • 2014.1 - 2016.2 : Assistant professor at UNIST
  • 2008.9 - 2013.12 : Mary Fieser Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University (Advisor: Xiaowei Zhuang)
Research Areas
  1. Cellular and molecular biophysics
  2. Single-molecule spectroscopy
  3. Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy
  4. Vibrational spectroscopy and microscopy (Raman and IR)
Representative Publications
  1.  Kim D; Choi DS; Kwon J; Shim SH; Rhee H; Cho M, "Selective Suppression of Stimulated Raman Scattering with Another Competing Stimulated Raman Scattering" J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 8:6118–6123 (2017)
  2.  Shim SH, "Cell imaging: An intracellular dance visualized", Nature 546:39-40 (2017).
  3. Chung JJ; Shim SH, Everley RA, Gygi SP, Zhuang X; Clapham D, "Structurally distinct Ca2+ signaling domains of sperm flagella orchestrate tyrosine phosphorylation and motility", Cell, 157: 808-822 (2014).
  4.  Jones SA; Shim SH; He J; Zhuang X,"Fast, three-dimensional super-resolution imaging of live cells", Nature Methods, 8: 499-505 (2011).
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우한영

Organic Optoelectronic Materials Laboratory LINK

  • hywoo@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 306, +82-2-3290-3125
  • Lab 1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 242, +82-2-3290-3828
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 247
  • Organic, Polymer, Nano & materials
Education
  • 1990 – 1994 : Sogang University, B. S., Chemistry
  • 1994 – 1996 : Sogang University, M. S., Physical Chemistry
  • 1996 – 1999 : KAIST, Ph. D., Polymer Chemistry
Careers
  • 2015. 9 - present : Professor, Department of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2015.3 - 2015.8 : Professor, Dept. of Nanofusion Engieering, Pusan National University
  • 2014.1 - 2015.1 : Visiting Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • 2010.4 - 2015.3 : Associate Professor, Dept. of Nanofusion Engineering, Pusan National University
  • 2006.3 – 2010.3 : Assistant Professor, Department of Nanomaterials Engineering, Pusan National University
  • 2003.8 – 2006.2 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • 1999.8 – 2003. 8 : Principal Researcher, R&D Center for Chemical Technology, Hyosung Corp.
Research Areas
  1. Polymer semiconductors, conducting polymers, conjugated polymers and polyelectrolytes
  2. Synthesis of conjugated polymers and device application including organic photovoltaics (OPVs), organic field effect transistors (OFETs), photodetectors, thermoelectric devices, organic/inorganic hybrid electronic devices, and fluorescence sensors, etc. 
  3. Synthesis of conjugated polyelectrolytes and applications in electronic devices, biosensors and biological imaging, etc.
  4. Synthesis of functional conjugated molecules, photophysics and device technology
Representative Publications
  1. H. Y. Woo et. al, “Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes: Crystal Growth and Interfacial Control Using Conjugated Polyelectrolytes as Hole-Transporting Layers”, ACS Nano 2020, 14, 10, 13246.
  2. H. Y. Woo et. al, “Multiply Charged Conjugated Polyelectrolytes as a Multifunctional Interlayer for Efficient and Scalable Perovskite Solar Cells”, Adv. Mater. 2020, 32(30), 2002333.
  3. H. Y. Woo et. al, “Multifunctional Charge Transporting Materials for Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes”, Adv. Mater. 2020, 32 (51), 2002176.
  4. H. Y. Woo et. al, “Efficient Exciton Diffusion in Organic Bilayer Heterojunctions with Non-Fullerene Small Molecular Acceptors”, ACS Energy Lett. 2020, 5(5), 1628-1635.
  5. H. Y. Woo et. al, “ Conjugated Polyelectrolytes as Multifunctional Passivating and Hole-Transporting Layers for Efficient Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes“, Adv. Mater. 2019, 31, 1900067.
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윤효재

Organic Molecular Materials Laboratory LINK

  • hyoon@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 307, +82-2-3290-3149
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 545, +82-2-3290-3542
  • Organic, Inorganic, Polymer, Nano & materials
Education
  • 1999.3 – 2005.2 : Sogang University, B. S., Chemistry
  • 2006.9 – 2010.8 : Northwestern University, Ph. D., Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Chad A. Mirkin)
Careers
  • 2014.3 – Present : Assistant/Associate Professor at Korea University
  • 2010.10 – 2014.2 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Harvard University (Research Advisor: Professor George M. Whitesides)
  • 2000.1 – 2002.7 : Mandatory Military Service
Research Areas
  • Molecular Electronics and Thermoelectrics
  • Surface Chemistry
Representative Publications
  1. “Solid State Dilution Controls Marcus Inverted Transport in Rectifying Molecular Junctions” J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2021, 12, 982.
  2. “Superexchange Coupling-Induced Enhancements of Thermoelectric Performance in Saturated Molecules” Nano Lett. 2021, 21, 360.
  3. “Interplay of Fermi Level Pinning, Marcus Inverted Transport and Orbital Gating in Molecular Tunneling Junctions” J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2020, 11, 8597.
  4. “Mechanical Force Induces Ylide-Free Cycloaddition of Nonscissible Aziridines” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2020, 59, 4883.
  5. “Power Factor of One Molecule Thick Films and Length Dependence” ACS Cent. Sci. 2019, 5, 1975.
  6. “Molecularly Controlled Stark Effect Induces Significant Rectification in Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon-terminated n-Alkanethiolates” Nano Lett. 2019, 19, 545.
  7. “New Approach for Large-Area Thermoelectric Junctions with Liquid Eutectic Gallium-Indium Electrode” Nano Lett. 2018, 18, 7715.
  8. "Elucidating the role of Molecule-Electrode Interfacial Defects in Charge Tunneling Characteristics of Large-Area Junctions" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 12303.
이광렬

이광렬

Nano Chemistry Laboratory LINK

  • kylee1@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 304, +82-2-3290-3139
  • Lab 1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 327, +82-2-3290-3539
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 249, +82-2-3290-3609
  • Inorganic, Biological, Catalysis, Nano & materials, Energy, Environmental
Education
  • 1992.8 - 1997.10 : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), Ph, D., Inorganic Chemistry Research Advisor: Prof. John R. Shapley
  • 1988.3 - 1992.2 : Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), BS
Careers
  • 2020.10 - present : ChemNanoMat, Editorial Board Member
  • 2020.6 - present : CrystEngComm, Associate Editor
  • 2011.9 - present : Professor at Korea University
  • 2016.7 - 2018.6 : Departmental Chair, Department of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2015.7 - 2016.6 : Vice Dean, College of Science, Korea University
  • 2006.9 - 2011.8 : Associate Professor at Korea University
  • 2003.9 - 2006.8 : Assistant Professor at Korea University
  • 1998.1 - 2003.8 : Postdoctoral Research Associate at KAIST; 5-year Military Service
Research Areas
  1. Nanoparticle Synthesis
  2. Energy-related Application (Fuel cell, Battery, Capacitor, etc)
Representative Publications
  1. Intermetallic PtCu Nanoframes as Efficient Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts, Nano Lett., 2020, 20, 7413 
  2. Highly stable Pt-based ternary systes for oxygen reduction reactions in acid electrolytes, Adv. Energy Mater., 2020, 10, 2002049
  3. Highly Crystalline Hollow Toroidal Copper Phosphosulfide via Anion Exchange: A Versatile Cation Exchange Nanoplatform, ACS Nano, 2020, 14, 11214
  4. Pt Dopant: Controlling the Ir Oxidation States Toward Efficient and Durable Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Acidic Media, Adv. Funct. Mater., 2020, 30, 2003935
  5. Catalytic Nanoframes and Beyond, Adv. Mater., 2020, 32, 2001345
  6. Potential Link between Cu Surface and Selective CO2 Electroreduction: Perspective on Future Electrocatalyst Designs, Adv. Mater., 2020, 32, 1908398
  7. Topotactic Transformations in an Icosahedral Nanocrystal to Form Efficient Water-Splitting Catalysts, Adv. Mater., 2019, 31, 1805546
  8. Morphology-Controlled Metal Sulfides and Phosphides for Electrochemical Water Splitting, Adv. Mater., 2019, 31, 1806682
  9. Janus to core-shell to Janus: Facile cation movement in Cu2-xS/Ag2S hexagonal nanoplates induced by surface strain control, ACS Nano, 2019, 13, 11834
  10. Hemi-core@frame AuCu@IrNi nanocrystals as active and durable bifunctional catalysts for the water splitting reaction in acidic media, Nanoscale Horiz., 2019, 4, 727
  11. Hollow nanoparticles as emerging electrocatalysts for renewable energy conversion reactions, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2018, 47, 8173
  12. Vertex-Reinforced PtCuCo Ternary Nanoframes as Efficient and Stable Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduciton Reaction and the Methanol Oxidation Reaction, Adv. Funct. Mater., 2018, 28, 1706440, DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201706440.
  13. Janus nanoparticle structural motif control via asymmetric cation exchange in edge-protected Cu1.81S@IrxSy hexagonal nanoplates, ACS Nano, 2018, 12, 7996
  14. Dendrite-Embedded Platinum–Nickel Multiframes as Highly Active and Durable Electrocatalyst toward the Oxygen Reduction Reaction, Nano Lett., 2018, 18, 2930, DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.8b00270.
이상원

이상원

Center for Proteogenome Research LINK

  • sw_lee@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 317, +82-2-3290-3137
  • Lab 1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 224, +82-2-3290-3603
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 225, +82-2-3290-3611
  • Physical, Biological, Analytical
Education
  • 1999.12 : California Institute of Technology, Physical Chemistry, Ph.D.
  • 1992.2 : Korea University, Physical Chemistry, M.S.
  • 1990.2 : Korea University, Chemistry, B.S.
Careers
  • 2019 – present : Center for Proteogenome Research, Director
  • 2011 – present : Korea University/Department of Chemistry, Professor
  • 2006 – 2011 : Korea University/Department of Chemistry, Associate Professor
  • 2002 – 2006 : Korea University/Department of Chemistry, Assistant Professor
  • 2000 – 2002 : Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Postdoc
Research Areas

Research interests have focused on development and application of new instrumentation and methods of mass spectrometry and separation to solve important problems in chemistry, biology, clinical science in general, which includes followings.

  1. Development of High-Performance Mass Spectrometry and High-Resolution Separation Techniques
  2. Development of Advanced Data Analysis Methods for MS based Proteomics
  3. Discovery and Validation of Diseases Biomarkers by Proteomics
  4. Development and Application of Proteogenomic Technologies to Develop Precision Medicine of Human Diseases
Representative Publications
  1. "PASS-DIA: A data-independent acquisition approach for discovery studies" Mun D.-G.; Renuse S.; Saraswat M.; Madugund A.; Udainiya S.; Kim H.; Park S.-K.R.; Zhao H.; Nirujogi R.S.; Na C.H.; Kannan N.; Yates J.R.III.; Lee S.-W.; Pandey A.; Anal. Chem 2020, 92, 21, 14466–14475
  2. "Prognostic plasma protein panel for brain Aβ deposition in Alzheimer's disease" Park, J.-C.; Han, S.-H.; Lee. H.; Jeong, H.; Byun, M. S.; Bae, J.; Kim, H.; Lee, D. Y.; Yi, D.; Shin, S. A.; Kim, Y. K.; Hwang, D.; Lee, S.-W.; Mook-Jung, I. Progress in Neurobiology 2019, 183, 1-13 
  3. “Accurate precursor mass assignment improves peptide identification in data-independent acquisition mass spectrometry (DIA-MS)” Mun, D.-G.; Nam, D.; Kim, H.; Pandey, A.; Lee, S.-W. Anal. Chem. 2019, 91, 8453-8460.
  4. "Proteogenomic Characterization of Human Early-Onset Gastric Cancer" Mun, D.-G.; Bhin, J.; Kim, S.; Kim, H.; Jung, J. H.; Jung, Y.; Jang, Y. E.; Park, J. M.; Kim, H.; Jung, Y.; Lee, H.; Bae, J.; Back, S.; Kim, S.-J.; Kim, J.; Park, H.; Li, H.; Hwang, K.-B.; Park, Y. S.; Yook, J. H.; Kim, B. S.; Kwon, S. Y.; Ryu, S. W.; Park, D. Y.; Jeon, T. Y.; Kim, D. H.; Lee, J.-H.; Han, S.-U.; Song, K. S.; Park, D.; Park, J. W.; Rodriguez, H.; Kim, J. Lee, H.; Kim, K. P.; Yang, E. G.; Kim, H. K.; Paek, E.; Lee, S.; Lee, S.-W.; Hwang, D. Cancer Cell 2019, 35, 111-124.
  5. “Efficient exploitation of separation space in two-dimensional liquid chromatography system for comprehensive and efficient proteomic analyses” Lee, H.; Mun, D.-G.; So, J. E.; Bae, J.; Kim, H.; Masselon, C.; Lee, S.-W. Anal. Chem. 2016, 88, 11734-11741.
이석중

이석중

Nano Materials Laboratory LINK

  • slee1@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 315, +82-2-3290-3145
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 340, +82-2-3290-3608
  • Nano & materials, Polymer, Energy, Inorganic
Education
  • 2003 Ph.D., Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • 1997 M.S., Inorganic Chemistry. Yonsei University,
  • 1994 B.S., Chemistry, Yonsei University
Careers
  • 2009.3 – Present : Professor, Dept of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2008.2 – 2009.2 : Res. Asst. Professor, Northwestern University
  • 2006.2 – 2008.1 : Research Associate, Northwestern University
  • 2003.7 – 2006.1 : Post-Doctoral Fellow, Northwestern University
Research Areas

Functional nano hybrid materials for catalysis, sensing, switch and solar cell. Transistors, organic semiconductors and 3rd generation OLED dopants

Representative Publications
  1. H.-C. Kim, Y. S. Lee, S. Huh, S. J. Lee, and Y. Kim. "CO2 selective 1D double chain dipyridyl-porphyrin based porous coordination polymers", Dalton Trans, 2014, 43, 5680-5686. Selected as 'Inside Cover Article'.
  2. K. Y. Lee, Y. S. Lee, S. Kim, H. M. Ha, S.-E. Bae, S. Huh, H. G. Jang, and S. J. Lee, "Morphological Diversity of Mn(III) Metalloporphyrin-based Nano- and Microsize CPAs Assembled via Kinetic and Thermodynamic Controls and Their Application in Heterogeneous Catalysis", CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 9360-9363. Selected as Hot Paper.
  3. S. Choi, S. H. Chae, J. Shin, Y. Kim, S.-J. Kim, D. H. Choi, and S. J. Lee, "Dramatic Enhancement of Carrier Mobility via Effective Secondary Structural Arrangement Resulted from the Substituents on Porphyrin Transistor" Chem. Comm. 2013, 49, 3994-3997.
  4. M. H. Hoang, Y. Kim, M. Kim, K. H. Kim,T. W. Lee, D. N. Nguyen, S.-J. Kim, K. Lee, and S. J. Lee, "Unusually High-Performing Organic Field-Effect transistors Based on p-Extended Semiconducting Porphyrins", Adv. Mater. 2012, 24, 5363-5367.
  5. D. H. Lee, S. Kim, M. Y. Hyun, J.-Y. Hong, S. Huh, C. Kim, and S. J. Lee, "Controlled Growth of Narrowly Dispersed Nanosize Hexagonal MOF Rods with Mn(III)-Porphyrin and In(NO3)3 and Their Application in Oxidation", Chem. Comm. 2012, 48, 5512-5514.
정광섭

정광섭

Nanospectroelectrochemistry Lab LINK

  • kwangsjeong@korea.ac.kr
  • Office: Asan Science Bldg. RM 318. +82-2-3290-3127
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 325, +82-2-3290-3726
  • Physical, Analytical, Nano & materials, Energy
Education
  • 2013.7 : The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. Physical Chemistry (Research Advisor: Prof. John Asbury)
  • 2007.2 : Korea University, B.S., Chemistry
Careers
  • 2019.9 – present : Associate Professor at Korea University
  • 2015.9 - 2019.08 : Assistant Professor at Korea University
  • 2013.8 - 2015.7 : Post-Doctoral Scholar, The University of Chicago (Research Advisor: Prof. Philippe Guyot-Sionnest)
Research Areas
  1. Infrared semiconducting nanomaterials and opto-electronic applications
  2. Synthesis of novel low-dimensional semiconducting nanomaterials
Representative Publications
  1. Singly and Doubly Occupied Quantum States in Nanocrystals
    Juyeon Jeong, Bitna Yoon, Young-Wan Kwon, Dongsun Choi and Kwang Seob Jeong
    Nano Lett. 2017, 17, 1187-1193
  2. Mid-Infrared Intraband Transition of Metal Excess Colloidal Ag2Se Nanocrystals
    Mihyeon Park, Dongsun Choi, Yoonchang Choi, Hang-Beum Shin, and Kwang Seob Jeong
    ACS Photonics, 2018, 5, 1907-1911
  3. Major Electronic Transition Shift from Bandgap to Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance in CdxHg1-xSe Alloy Nanocrystals
    Dongsun Choi, Bitna Yoon, Dae-Kyu Kim, Hionsuck Baik, Jong-Ho Choi, and Kwang Seob Jeong
    Chem. Mater., 2017, 29, 8548-8554
  4. Higher Quantum State Transitions in Colloidal Quantum Dot with Heavy Electron Doping
    Bitna Yoon, Juyeon Jeong, and Kwang Seob Jeong
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 2016, 120, 22062-22068
  5. Mid-Infrared Photoluminescence of CdS and CdSe Colloidal Quantum Dots
    Kwang Seob Jeong and Philippe Guyot-Sionnest
    ACS Nano, 2016, 10, 2225-2231
조민행

조민행

IBS Center for Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics LINK

  • mcho@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 320, +82-2-3290-3133
  • Lab : B1, 1st and 2nd floor, KU R&D Center
  • Physical, Biological, Theoretical
Education
  • 1983.3 – 1987.2 : Seoul National University, B. S., Chemistry
  • 1987.3 – 1989.2 : Seoul National University, M. S., Organic Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Junghun Suh)
  • 1989.9 – 1993.12 : University of Chicago, Ph. D., Physical Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Graham R. Fleming)
Careers
  • 1996.3 – Present : Professor at Korea University
  • 1994.1 – 1996.2 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, MIT, USA (Research Advisor: Professor Robert J. Silbey)
  • 1997.6 – 1997.8 : Visiting Professor, IMS, Japan
  • 1999.12 – 2000.2 : Visiting Professor, University of Oxford, UK
  • 2004.2 – 2004.6 : Visiting Professor, University of California at Berkeley, USA
Research Areas
  1. Physical Chemistry
  2. Theoretical Chemistry and Computation
  3. Spectroscopy
  4. Biophysics
  5. Chemical Physics
Representative Publications
  1. M. Cho, Two-Dimensional Optical Spectroscopy, CRC Press, USA, 2009.
  2. H. Rhee, Y. -G. June, J. -S. Lee, K. -K. Lee, J. -H. Ha, Z. H. Kim, S. -J. Jeon and M. Cho*, Femtosecond characterization of vibrational optical activity of chiral molecules. Nature 458, 310-313 (2009).
  3. K. -K. Lee, K. Park, H. Lee, Y. Noh, D. Kossowska, K. Kwak* and M. Cho*, Ultrafast fluxional exchange dynamics in electrolyte solvation sheath of lithium ion battery, Nature Comm. 8, 14658 (2017)
  4. J. -S. Park, I. -B. Lee, H. -M. Moon, J. -H. Joo, K. -H. Kim, S. -C. Hong* and M. Cho*, Label-free and live cell imaging by interferometric scattering microscopy, Chem. Sci. 9, 2690-2697 (2018)
  5. S. K. Lee, N. S. Han, T. H. Yoon* and M. Cho*, Frequency comb single-photon interferometry, Communications Physics 1, 51 (2018)
  6. P. K. Verma, A. Kundu, J.-H. Ha and M. Cho*, Water Dynamics in Cytoplasm-Like Crowded Environment Correlates with the Conformational Transition of the Macromolecular Crowder, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138, 16081-16088 (2016)
진경석

진경석

Electrosynthesis LAB LINK

  • kysjin@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 314, +82-2-3290-3146
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM XXX, +82-2-3290-0000
  • Electrochemistry, Catalysis, Nanochemistry
Education
  • 2006.03 – 2010.02 : Seoul National University, B.S., Materials Science and Engineering
  • 2010.03 – 2016.08 : Seoul National University, Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering (Research Advisor: Professor Ki Tae Nam)
Careers
  • 2016.09 - 2017.07 : Post-Doctoral associate, Seoul National University, Materials Science and Engineering (Research Advisor: Professor Ki Tae Nam)
  • 2017.08 - 2020.07 : Post-Doctoral associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chemical Engineering (Research Advisor: Karthish Manthiram)
Research Areas
  1. Electrochemistry
  2. Catalysis
  3. Inorganic Chemistry
  4. Nanochemistry
Representative Publications
  1. Kyoungsuk Jin, Joseph H. Maalouf, Nikifar Lazouski, Nathan Corbin, Dengtao Yang, and Karthish Manthiram, “Epoxidation of Cyclooctene Using Water as the Oxygen Atom Source at Manganese Oxide Electrocatalysts” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 141, 6413, (2019)
  2. Mi Gyoung Lee†, Kyoungsuk Jin†, Ki Chang Kwon, Woonbae Sohn, Hoonkee Park, Kyoung Soon Choi, Ki Tae Nam and Ho Won Jang “Ligand Engineered MnO Nanoparticles for Substantially Enhanced Water Oxidation in BiVO4-based Cascade Photoanodes” Adv. Sci 5 (10), 1870061 (2018)
  3. Kyoungsuk Jin,† Hong Min Seo,† Toru Hayashi,† Mani Balamurugan, Donghyuk Jeong, Yoo Kyung Go, Jung Sug Hong, Kang Hee Cho, Min-Gyu Kim, Sun Hee Kim, Ryuhei Nakamura, and Ki Tae Nam, “Mechanistic Investigation of Water Oxidation Catalyzed by Uniform, Assembled MnO Nanoparticles”, J. Am. Chem. Soc 139, 2277 (2017)
  4. Kyoungsuk Jin, Arim Chu, Jimin Park, Donghyuk Jeong, Sung Eun Jerng, Uk Sim, Hui-Yun Jeong, Chan Woo Lee, Yong-Sun Park, Ki Dong Yang, Gajendra Pradhan, Donghun Kim, Nark-Eon Sung, Sun Hee Kim, and Ki Tae Nam, “Partially Oxidized Sub-10 nm MnO Nanocrystals with High Activity for Water Oxidation Catalysis”, Sci. Rep. 5:10279 (2015)
  5. Kyoungsuk Jin,† Jimin Park,† Joohee Lee, Ki Dong Yang, Gajendra Kumar Pradhan, Uk Sim, Donghyuk Jeong, Hae Lin Jang, Sangbaek Park, Donghun Kim, Nark-Eon Sung, Sun Hee Kim, Seungwu Han, Ki Tae Nam “Hydrated Manganese (II) Phosphate (Mn3(PO4)2-3H2O) as a Water Oxidation Catalyst”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 136, 7435 (2014)
천철홍

천철홍

Organic Synthesis Laboratory LINK

  • cheon@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 319, +82-2-3290-3147
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 326, +82-2-3290-3840
  • Organic, Catalysis, Nano & materials
Education
  • 1994.3 – 2001.2 : Korea University, B. S., Chemistry
  • 2001.3 – 2003.2 : Korea University, M. S., Organic Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Jung-Il Jin)
  • 2005.9 – 2010.6 : The University of Chicago, Ph. D., Chemistry (Research Advisor: Professor Hisashi Yamamoto)
Careers
  • 2015.9 – present : Associate Professor at Korea University
  • 2011.9 – 2015.8 : Assistant Professor at Korea University
  • 2010.8 – 2011.8 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of California, Berkeley (Research Advisor: Professor F. Dean Toste)
  • 2010.6 – 2010.7 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, The University of Chicago (Research Advisor: Professor Hisashi Yamamoto)
  • 1995.3 – 1997.5 : Mandatory Military Service
Research Areas
  1. Umpolung Chemistry
  2. New Applications of Boronic Acids in Organic Synthesis
  3. Total Synthesis of Alkaloids and Polyphenols
  4. Asymmetric Synthesis of Axially Chiral Natural and Unnatural Products
Representative Publications
  1. Cho, Yeon-Ho; Lee, Chun-Young; Ha, Deok-Chan; Cheon, Cheol-Hong. Cyanide as a Powerful Catalyst for Facile Preparation of 2-Substituted Benzoxazoles via Aerobic Oxidation. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, 2012, 354, 2992.
  2. Lee, Chun-Young; Ahn, Su-Jin; Cheon, Cheol-Hong. Protodeboronation of ortho- and para-Phenol Boronic Acids and Application to ortho and meta Functionalization of Phenols Using Boronic Acids as Blocking and Directing Groups. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2013, 78, 12154.
  3. Lee, Chun-Young; Cheon, Cheol-Hong. Diastereomeric Resolution of a Racemic Biaryl Boronic Acid and Its Application to Divergent Asymmetric Total Syntheses of Some Axially Chiral Natural Products. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, 2016, 358, 549.
  4. Lee, Seong-Jong; Seo, Hong-Ahn; Cheon, Cheol-Hong. Synthesis of 2-Aryl Substituted Indole-3-Acetic Acid Derivatives via Intramolecular Imino-Stetter Reaction of Aldimines with Cyanide. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, 2016, 358, 1566-1570.
  5. Kim, Kyung-Hee; Cheon, Cheol-Hong. Concise Asymmetric Total Synthesis of ent-Ancistrocladinium A. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, 2016, 358, 2883-2888.
  6. Kwon, Se Hyun; Seo, Hong-Ahn; Cheon, Cheol-Hong. Total Synthesis of Rutaecarpine and Luotonin A from an Aldiminevia via the Designed Cyclization. Organic Letters, 2106, 18, 5280-5283.
최기항

최기항

Organic & Bioorganic Chemistry Laboratory LINK

  • kchoi@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 302, +82-2-3290-3141
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 551, +82-2-3290-3610
  • Organic, Biological
Education
  • 1987 – 1991 : KAIST, B. S., Chemistry
  • 1991 – 1993 : KAIST, M. S., Biophysical Chemistry
  • 1998 – 2003 : Yale University, Ph. D., Organic Chemistry
Careers
  • 1993 – 1998 : Research Scientist, Hanhyo Institute of Technology
  • 2003 – 2005 : Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University
  • 2005 – 2013 : Assistant/Associate Professor, Korea University
  • 2013 – present : Professor, Korea University
  • 2012 : Director for Public Relations, Korean Chemical Society
  • 2013 – 2015 : Associate Vice President, Office of Planning & Budget, Korea University
Research Areas
  1. Development of organic compounds for the molecular-level study of biological phenomena (real-time monitoring of biomolecular processes; enzyme activity control)
  2. Development of spectroscopic methods for the determination of molecular structures
Representative Publications
  1. Park, M.; Kim, S.-M.; Choi, K. Aminoindanol-based chiral derivatizing agents for the determination of the absolute configuration of carboxylic acids. Org. Biomol. Chem. 2012, 10, 8051-8054.
  2. Kim, S.-M.; Choi, K. A practical solvating agent for the chiral NMR discrimination of carboxylic acids. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2011, 4747-4750.
  3. Han, S.-Y.; Choi, K. N-Arylcarbonylpseudoprolines as tunable chiral derivatizing agents for the determination of the absolute configuration of secondary alcohols. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2011, 2920-2923.
  4. Shim, Y.-J.; Choi, K. Cyclic ketals of tartaric acid: Simple and tunable reagents for the determination of the absolute configuration of primary amines. Org. Lett. 2010, 12, 880-882.
  5. Khosla, C.; Watts, R. E.; Siegel, M. J.; Choi, K. Transglutaminase inhibitors and methods of use thereof. U. S. Patent 8,871,718, 2014.
최동훈

최동훈

Functional Polymer Laboratory LINK

  • dhchoi8803@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 303, +82-2-3290-3140
  • Lab 1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 338, +82-2-3290-3540
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 248, +82-2-3290-3593
  • Organic, Polymer, Nano & materials
Education
  • 1984.2 Seoul National University, B. S., Textile engineering
  • 1986.2 Seoul National University, M. S., Polymer Physics
  • 1991.5 The University of Michigan, Ph. D., Polymer Chemistry
Careers
  • 2005.3 – Present : Associate Professor and Professor at Korea University
  • 1995.3 – 2005.2 : Assistant/Associate/Full Professor at Kyoung Hee University
  • 1992.6 – 1995.2 : Senior Research Scientist, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)
  • 1991.1 – 1992.5 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Photonics Research Laboratory, The State University of New York, Buffalo, USA.
Research Areas
  1. Organic Semiconducting Materials : Printed active display (PAD)
    • Organic Light Emitting Materials : OLED, PLED, DLED
    • Organic Field Effect Transistor, Organic Phototransistor, Organic Photovoltaic Cell
  2. Photonic Organic Materials
    • Linear and Nonlinear Optical Materials
    • Photorefractive Organic Materials
    • NIR sensitive Holographic Materials
  3. DNA electronics, Photonics, Magnetism etc.
    • BioLED, BioFET, Biospintronics, BIOTRONICS
  4. Biophotonics, Theranostics
    • Photodynamic therapy, NIR-imaging, Biocompatible Fluorescence Nanoparticles
Representative Publications
  1. "Chromenopyrazole-Based Bipolar Blue Host Materials for Highly Efficient Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Organic Light-Emitting Diodes" Chem. Mater., 30(15), 5005-5012. (2018)
  2. "EcoFriendly Solvent-Processed Fullerene-Free Polymer Solar Cells with over 9.7% Efficiency and Long-Term Performance Stability" Adv. Energy Mater., 7(19), 1700566. (2017)
  3. "High Aspect Ratio Conjugated Polymer Nanowires for High Performance Field-Effect Transistors and Phototransistors" ACS Nano, 9(5), 5264-5274. (2015)
  4. "Diketopyrrolopyrrole: brilliant red pigment dye-based fluorescent probes and their applications" Chem. Soc. Rev., 44, 58-77. (2015)
  5. "Template-Guided Solution-Shearing Method for Enhanced Charge Carrier Mobility in Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Polymer Field-Effect Transistors" Adv. Mater., 78, 1197-1205. (2014)
  6. "Novel Polymer Nanowire Crystals of Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Copolymer with Excellent Charge Transport Properties" Adv. Mater., 25, 4102-4106. (2013)
  7. "Unusually High-Performing Organic Field-Effect Transistors Based on π-Extended Semiconducting Porphyrins" Adv. Mater., 24, 5363-5367. (2012)
  8. "‘Cleft-form’ electrochemical anion chemosensor with amide and triazole donor groups" Tetrahedron Lett., 53, 4917-4920. (2012)
  9. "Highly Photosensitive J-Aggregated Single-Crystalline Organic Transistors" Adv. Mater., 23, 3095-3099. (2011)
  10. "2,5-Bis(2-octyldodecyl)pyrrolo[3,4-c]pyrrole-1,4-(2H,5H)-dione-Based Donor–Acceptor Alternating Copolymer Bearing 5,5′-Di(thiophen-2-yl)-2,2′-biselenophene Exhibiting 1.5 cm2·V–1·s–1 Hole Mobility in Thin-Film Transistors" J. Am. Chem. Soc,, 133, 10364-10367. (2011)
  11. "Recent progress in second-order nonlinear optical polymers and dendrimers" Progress in Polymer Science, 33, 1013-1058. (2008)"Novel Polymer Nanowire Crystals of Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Copolymer with Excellent Charge Transport Properties" Adv. Mater., 25, 4102-4106. (2013)
최종호

최종호

Nano and Environmental Science Laboratory LINK

  • jhc@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 316, +82-2-3290-3135
  • Lab 1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 324, +82-2-3290-3550
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 550, +82-2-3290-3617
  • Physical, Analytical, Nano & materials, Environmental
Education
  • 1989 - 1994 : California Institute of Technology, Ph. D., Physical Chemistry Research Advisor: Prof. M. Okumura
  • 1985 - 1987 : Korea Univeristy, M. S., Physical Chemistry
  • 1981 - 1985 : Korea Univeristy, B. S., Chemistry
Careers
  • 2012.12 - 2013.11 : Visiting Professor, University of Virginia
  • 2009.2 - 2013.2 : Chairman of BK21 Division of Chemistry
  • 2006.8 - 2008.7 : Vice dean, College of Science
  • 2005.4 - 2010.3 : Director of National Research Lab.
  • 2003.2 - 2005.1 : Chairman of BK21 Division of Chemistry
  • 1999.6 – 2000.2 : Japan IMS Visiting Professor
  • 1997.3 - present : Professor of Chemistry
  • 1995.3 - 1997.2 : Postdoctoral Research Associate at USC (with Prof. H. Reisler)
Research Areas

Reaction dynamics of transient species. Fabrication and characterization of high-performance organic-based electronic devices

Representative Recent Publications
  1. S.-C. Jang and J.-H. Choi*, "Probing the kinetic energy-release dynamics of H-atom products from the gas-phase reaction of O(3P) with vinyl radical C2H3", Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2014, 16, 23679-23685.
  2. D.-K. Kim, J.-D. Oh, E.-S. Sin, H.-S. Seo, and J.-H. Choi*, "Study on copper phthalocyanine and perylene-based ambipolar organic light-emitting field-effect transistors produced using neutral beam deposition method", J. Appl. Phys. 2014, 115, 164503.
  3. J.-D. Oh, H.-S. Seo, E.-S. Sin, D.-K. Kim, Y.-G. Ha, and J.-H. Choi*, "ZrO2 dielectric-based low-voltage organic thin-film inverters", Appl. Phys. Lett. 2013, 103, 063304 .
  4. H.-S. Seo, J.-D. Oh, and J.-H. Choi*, "Organic Electronics: emerging concepts and technology. chapter 16. organic-based thin-film devices produced using the neutral cluster beam deposition method", Wiley VCH (Editor: Fabio Cicoira, Clara Santato, November 21, 2013).
  5. J.-H. Choi*, "Radical-radical reaction dynamics: a combined crossed-beam and theoretical study", Int. Rev. Phys. Chem. (Review, invited) 2006, 25, 613.
홍창섭

홍창섭

Inorganic Molecular Materials Laboratory LINK

  • cshong@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 322, +82-2-3290-3138
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 336, +82-2-3290-3696
  • Inorganic, Nano & materials, Environmental, Energy
Education
  • 1989 – 1993 : KAIST, B. S., Chemistry
  • 1993 – 1995 : KAIST, M. S., Inorganic Chemistry
  • 1995 – 1999 : KAIST, Ph. D., Inorganic Chemistry
Careers
  • 2010.3 - present : Professor at Korea University
  • 2016.8 - 2017.7 : Visiting Professor, University of California, San Diego
  • 2009.7 - 2010.7 : Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley
  • 2006.3 - 2010.2 : Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2003.3 - 2006.2 : Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2002.3 - 2003.2 : Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of California, Berkeley
  • 1999.3 - 2002.3 : Researcher, Korea Research Institute of Standards & Science
Research Areas
  1. Porous materials for gas storage and separation, sensing, conductivity, and catalysis
  2. Molecule-based magnetic materials with single and multi-functionality
Representative Publications
  1. Kang, D. W.; Kang, M.; Moon, M.; Kim, H.; Eom, S.; Choe, J. H.; Lee, W. R.; Hong, C. S. "PDMS-Coated Hypercrosslinked Porous Organic Polymers Modified via Double Postsynthetic Acidifications for Ammonia Capture", Chem. Sci. 2018, 9, 6871.
  2. Kang, D. W.; Song, J. H.; Lee, K. J.; Lee, H. G.; Kim, J. E.; Lee, H. Y.; Kim, J. Y.; Hong, C. S. "A conductive porous organic polymer with superprotonic conductivity of a Nafion-type electrolyte", J. Mater. Chem. A 2017, 5, 17492.
  3. Kang, D. W.; Lim, K. S.; Lee, K. J.; Lee, J. H.; Lee, W. R.; Song, J. H.; Yeom, K. H.; Kim, J. Y.; Hong, C. S. "Cost-Effective, High-Performance Porous-Organic-Polymer Conductors Functionalized with Sulfonic Acid via Direct Postsynthetic Substitution", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 128, 16123.
  4. Lee, W. R.; Jo, H; Yang, L.-M.; Lee, H.; Ryu, D. W.; Lim, K. S.; Song, J. H.; Min, D. Y.; Han, S. S.; Seo, J. G.; Park, Y. K.; Moon, D.; Hong C. S. "Exceptional CO2 working capacity in a heterodiamine-grafted metal-organic framework", Chem. Sci. 2015, 6, 3637 (Inside Front Cover).
  5. Phang, W. J.; Jo, H.; Lee, W. R.; Song, J. H.; Yoo, K.; Kim, B.; Hong, C. S. "Superprotonic Conductivity of a UiO-66 Framework Functionalized with Sulfonic Acid Groups by Facile Postsynthetic Oxidation", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 5142.
  6. Phang, W. J.; Lee, W. R.; Yoo, K.; Ryu, D. W.; Kim, B.; Hong, C. S. "pH-Dependent Proton-Conducting Behavior in a Metal-Organic Framework Material", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 8383.
  7. Lee, W. R.; Hwang, S. Y; Ryu, D. W.; Lim, K. S.; Han, S. S.; Moon, D.; Choi, J.; Hong, C. S. "Diamine-Functionalized Metal-Organic Framework: Exceptionally High CO2 Capacities from Ambient Air and Flue Gas, Ultrafast CO2 Uptake Rate, and Adsorption Mechanism", Energy Environ. Sci. 2014, 7, 744.

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한호규

한호규

Bioorganic Laboratory LINK

  • hogyuhan@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 311, +82-2-3290-3134
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 345, +82-2-3290-3549
  • Organic, Biological
Education
  • 1987 - 1995 : California Institute of Technology, Ph. D., Chemistry Research Advisor: Prof. Peter B. Dervan
  • 1981 - 1985 : Seoul national university, B. S., Chemistry
Careers
  • 2005.9 - present : Professor at Korea University
  • 2000.3 - 2005.2 : Associate Professor at Korea University
  • 1997.3 - 2000.2 : Assistant Professor at Korea University
  • 1994.4 - 1997.2 : Postdoctoral Research Associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Areas

Synthetic and biochemical study of protein foldly probes and triggers, and DNA nanostructure

Representative Publications
  1. K-K. Lee, E. Kim, C. Joo, J. Song, H. Han, M. Cho, "Site-selective Intramolecular Hydrogen-Bonding Interactions in Phosphorylated Serine and Threonine Dipeptides" J. Phys. Chem. B. 2008, 112, 16782-16787.
  2. K-I.Oh, J-H. Lee, C. Joo, H. Han, M. Cho, "β-Azidoalanine as an IR Probe: Application to Amyloid Aβ (16-22)" J. Phys. Chem. 2008, 112, 10352–10357.
  3. H. Rhee, J-S. Lee, J. Lee, C. Joo, H. Han, M. Cho, "Photolytic Control and Infrared Probing of Amide I Mode in the Dipeptide Backbone-Caged with the 4,5-Dimethoxy-2-nitrobenzyl Group" J. Phys. Chem. 2008, 112, 2128-2135.
  4. K-K. Lee, K-I. Oh, H. Lee, G. C. Joo, H. Han, M. Cho, "Dipeptide Structure Determination by Vibrational Circular Dichroism Combined with Quantum Chemistry Calculations" ChemPhysChem 2007, 8, 2218-2226.
  5. K-K. Lee, C. Joo, S. Yang, H. Han, M. Cho, "Phosphorylation effect on the GSSS peptide conformation in water: Infrared, vibrational circular dichroism, and circular dichroism experiments and comparisons with molecular dynamics simulations" J. Chem. Phys. 2006, 126, 235102.