Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary field that deals with materials and structures of nanometer scales. The combination of design, fabrication, and application of nanomaterials not only satisfy our scientific curiosity, but also significantly impact our daily lives. The fundamental understanding of the relationships among physical properties, chemical compositions, and dimensional structures enables the miniaturization of current devices and creation of new nanomaterials.
We investigate various aspects of nanomaterials, which includes self-assembly of organic and inorganic components and the development of functional thin film structures. These nanomaterials find application in a wide range of industries including optoelectronics, semicoductor, and biomedicine.
Cho, Eun Seon
Functional Hybrid Nanomaterials LaboratoryWEBSITE
Im, Sung Gap
Functional Thin Films LaboratoryWEBSITE
Jung, Hee Tae
Organic Opto-Electronic Materials LaboratoryWEBSITE
Advanced Materials Simulations GroupWEBSITE
Lee, Doh Chang
Electronic Nanomaterials & Devices LaboratoryWEBSITE
Yavuz, Cafer T.
Oxide and Organic Nanomaterials for the Environment LaboratoryWEBSITE