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CURRENT PROFESSOR

홍창섭

Chang Seop Hong

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, +82-2-3290-3616
  • 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.
천철홍

Cheol-Hong Cheon

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
최동훈

Dong Hoon Choi

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. Kaur, Matinder; Choi, Dong Hoon. Diketopyrrolopyrrole: brilliant red pigment dye-​based fluorescent probes and their applications. Chemical Society Reviews, 2015, 44, 58.
  2. Shin, Jicheol; Hong, Tae Ryang; Lee, Tae Wan; Kim, Aryeon; Kim, Yun Ho; Cho, Min Ju; Choi, Dong Hoon. Template-Guided Solution-Shearing Method for Enhanced Charge Carrier Mobility in Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Polymer Field-Effect Transistors. Advance Materials, 2014, 26, 6031.
  3. Park, Gi Eun; Shin, Jicheol; Lee, Dae Hee; Lee, Tae Wan; Shim, Hyunseok; Cho, Min Ju; Pyo, Seungmoon; Choi, Dong Hoon. Acene-Containing Donor-Acceptor Conjugated Polymers: Correlation between the Structure of Donor Moiety, Charge Carrier Mobility, and Charge Transport Dynamics in Electronic Devices, Macromolecules, 2014, 47, 3747.
  4. Kim, Ji Ho; Lee, Dae Hee; Yang, Da Seul; Heo, Dong Uk; Kim, Kyung Hwan; Shin, Jicheol; Kim, Hyun-Ji; Baek, Kyung-Youl; Lee, Kwangyeol; Baik, Hionsuck; Cho, Min Ju; Choi, Dong Hoon. Novel Polymer Nanowire Crystals of Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Copolymer with Excellent Charge Transport Properties, Advanced Materials, 2013, 25, 4102.
  5. Kim, Kyung Hwan; Bae, Suk Young; Kim, Youn Sun; Hur, Jung A; Hoang, Mai Ha; Lee, Tae Wan; Cho, Min Ju; Kim, Youngmee; Kim, Minsik; Jin, Jung-Il; Kim, Sung-Jin; Lee, Kwangyeol; Lee, Suk Joong; Choi, Dong Hoon. Highly Photosensitive J-aggregated Single-Crystalline Organic Transistors Advanced Materials, 2011, 23, 3095
  6. Ha, Jae Seung; Kim, Kyung Hwan; Choi, Dong Hoon. 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. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011, 133, 10364.
김학중

Hak Joong Kim

Biocatalyst & Chemical Biology Laboratory LINK

  • hakkim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 313, +82-2-3290-3148
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 549, +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. Biosynthesis of natural products
  3. Enzymology
  4. Chemical biology
Representative Publications
  1. Kim, Hyeon Seok; Song, Woon Young; Kim, Hak Joong. Development of a novel fluorescence probe capable of assessing thecytoplasmic entry of siderophore-based conjugates. Org. Biomol. Chem. 2015, 13, 73.
  2. Kim, Hak Joong; Choi, Sei-hyun; Jeon, Byung-sun; Kim, Namho; Pongdee, Rongson; Wu, Qingquan; Liu, Hung-wen. Chemoenzymatic synthesis of spinosyn A. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 13553.
  3. Kim, Hak Joong; Ruszczycky, Mark W.; Choi, Sei-hyun; Liu, Yung-nan; Liu, Hung-wen. Enzyme-catalysed [4+2] cycloaddition is a key step in the biosynthesis of spinosyn A. Nature 2011, 473, 109.
  4. Kim, Hak Joong; White-Phillip, Jessica A.; Ogasawara, Yasushi; Shin, Nara; Isiorho, Eta A.; Liu, Hung-wen. Biosynthesis of spinosyn in Saccharopolyspora spinosa: synthesis of permethylated rhamnose and characterization of the functions of SpnH, SpnI, and SpnK. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 2901.
우한영

Han Young Woo

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-****
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 245A, +82-2-3290-****
  • 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. Synthesis of conjugated polymers for organic electronics and bio-related applications
  2. Water-soluble conjugated molecules (or polymers) and applications in electronic devices, biosensors and biological imaging, etc.
  3. Opto-electronic polymers for OPVCs, OLEDs, OETs, polymer-based fluorescence sensors, etc.
  4. Synthesis of functional conjugated molecules, photophysics and device technology
  5. Self-assembled materials, supramolecular structures and nano-materials
Representative Publications
  1. M. A. Uddin, T. H. Lee, S. Xu, S. Y. Park, T. Kim, S. Song, T. L. Nguyen, S.-J. Ko, S. Hwang, J. Y. Kim*, H. Y. Woo*, “Interplay of Intramolecular Noncovalent Coulomb Interactions for Semi-Crystalline Photovoltaic Polymers”, Chem. Mater. 2015, ASAP.
  2. J. K. Gallaher, S. K. K. Prasad, M. A. Uddin, T. Kim, J. Y. Kim, H. Y. Woo*, J. M. Hodgkiss*, “Spectroscopically tracking charge separation in polymer:fullerene blends with a three phase morphology”, Energy Environ. Sci. 2015, 8, 2713-2724.
  3. H. Kang, M. A. Uddin, C. Lee, K.-H. Kim, T. L. Nguyen, W. Lee, Y. Li, C. Wang, H. Y. Woo*, B. J. Kim*, “Determining the Role of Polymer Molecular Weight for High-Performance All-Polymer Solar Cells: Its Effect on Polymer Aggregation and Phase Separation”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 2359-2365.
  4. J.-E. Jeong, B. Kim, S. Woo, S. Hwang, G. C. Bazan*, H. Y. Woo*, “Principal Factors that Determine the Extension of Detection Range in Molecular Beacon Aptamer/ Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Bioassays”, Chem. Sci. 2015, 6, 1887-1894.
  5. T. L. Nguyen, H. Choi, S.-J. Ko, M. A. Uddin, B. Walker, S. Yum, J.-E. Jeong, M. H. Yun, T. J. Shin, S. Hwang, J. Y. Kim,* and H. Y. Woo*, “Semi-Crystalline Photovoltaic Polymers with Efficiency Exceeding 9% in a ~300 nm Thick Conventional Single-Cell Device”, Energy Environ. Sci. 2014, 7(9), 3040 – 3051.
김희진

Heejin Kim

Flow Chemistry Laboratory LINK

  • heejinkim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 310
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 550
  • 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.
한호규

Hogyu Han

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
  • 1988 - 1992 : 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.
김준곤

Hugh I. Kim

Biophysical Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis Laboratory LINK

  • hughkim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 312, +82-2-3290-3126
  • Lab1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM
  • 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
  • 2015. 9 - present: 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
윤효재

Hyo Jae Yoon

Molecular Electronics Lab 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 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

Functional molecular materials for applications in catalysis, electronics, and sensing

Representative Publications
  1. Yoon, Hyo Jae; ; Liao, Kung-Ching; Lockett, Matthew R.; Kwok, Sen Wai; Baghbanzadeh, Mostafa; Whitesides, George M. Rectification in Tunneling Junctions: 2,2'-Bipyridyl-terminated n-Alkanethiolates. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014, 136, 17155.
  2. Barber, Jabulani R.; Yoon, Hyo Jae; Bowers, Carleen M.; Thuo, Martin M.; Breiten, Benjamin; Gooding, Diana M.; Whitesides, George M. Influence of Environment on the Measurement of Rates of Charge Transport across AgTS/SAM//Ga2O3/EGaIn Junctions. Chemistry of Materials, 2014, 26, 3938.
  3. Yoon, Hyo Jae; Bowers, Carleen M.; Baghbanzadeh, Mostafa.; Whitesides, George M. The Rate of Charge Tunneling Is Insensitive to Polar Terminal Groups in SAMs in AgTSS(CH2)nM(CH2)mT//Ga2O3/EGaIn Junctions. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014, 136, 16.
김종승

Jong Seung Kim

Supramolecular Nano-Organic Material Laboratory LINK

  • jongskim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 305, +82-2-3290-3143
  • Lab1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 346, +82-2-3290-3605
  • Lab2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 552, +82-2-3290-3606
  • Lab3 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 547B, +82-2-3290-3607
  • 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 Teachers University, B. S., Chemistry Education
Careers
  • 2007.9 - present : Professor at Korea University
  • 2009.4 - present : Director of Creative Research Initiative Project
  • 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. Host-Guest Chemistry, Calixarene Chemistry
  2. Synthesis of Calix[4]arene crown ethers for selective separation of radioactive species
  3. N-Pivot Calix[4]azacrown ethers and Their Practical Applications
  4. Fluoresence sensors
  5. Studies on Alzheimer’s disease
  6. Development of new contrast agents for MRI
  7. Small molecule based drug delivery system
Representative Publications
  1. R. Kumar, J. Y. Han, H. J. Lim, W. X. Ren, Y. Lim, J. H. Kim, J. S. Kim ‘Mitochondrial Induced and Self-Monitored Intrinsic Apoptosis by Antitumor Theranostic Prodrug: In Vivo Imaging and Precise Cancer Treatment‘ J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 17836-17843. (COVER)
  2. M. H. Lee, H. M. Jeon, J. H. Han, N. Park, C. Kang, J. L. Sessler, J. S. Kim, ‘Towards A Chemical Marker for Inflammatory Disease: A Fluorescent Probe for Membrane-Localized Thioredoxin’ J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 8430-8437.
  3. M. H. Lee, N. Park, C. Yi, J. H. Han, J. Hong, K. P. Kim, D. H. Kang, J. L. Sessler, C. Kang, J. S. Kim, ‘Mitochondria-immobilized pH-Sensitive Off-On Fluorescent Probe’ J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 14136-14142.
  4. E.-J. Kim, S. Bhuniya, H. Lee, H. M. Kim, C. Cheong, S. Maiti, K. S. Hong, J. S. Kim, ‘An Activatable Prodrug for the Treatment of Metastatic Tumor’ J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 13888-13894.
  5. S. Bhuniya, S. Maiti, E.-J. Kim, H. Lee, J. L. Sessler, K. S. Hong, J. S. Kim, ‘An Activatable Theranostic for Targeted Cancer Therapy and Imaging’ Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 4469-4474.
최기항

KiHang Choi

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.
정광섭

Kwang Seob Jeong

Nanospectroelectrochemistry Lab LINK

  • kwangsjeong@korea.ac.kr
  • Office: Asan Science Bldg. RM 318. +82-2-3290-3127
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 325
  • 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
  • 2015.9 - Present : 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. 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
  3. Mid-Infrared Photoluminescence of CdS and CdSe Colloidal Quantum Dots: Kwang Seob Jeong and Philippe Guyot-Sionnest ACS Nano 2016, 10, 2225-2231
  4. Air-stable n-Doped Colloidal HgS Quantum Dots: Kwang Seob Jeong, Zhiyou Deng , Sean Keuleyan , Heng Liu and Philippe Guyot-Sionnest J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2014, 5, 1139–1143
  5. Enhanced Mobility-Lifetime Products in PbS Colloidal Quantum Dot Photovoltaics: Kwang S. Jeong, Jiang Tang, Huan Liu,, Jihye Kim, Andrew W. Schaefer, Kyle Kemp, Larissa Levina, Xihua Wang, Sjoerd Hoogland, RatanDebnath, Lukasz Brzozowski, Edward H. Sargent and John B. Asbury ACS Nano 2012, 6, 89-99
이광렬

Kwangyeol Lee

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
  • 2011.9 - present : Professor at 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)
  3. Nanotheranosis
  4. Bio-imaging
Representative Publications
  1. Oh, A.; Baik, H.; Choi, D. S.; Cheon, J. Y.; Kim, B.; Kim, H.; Kwon, S.; Jung, Y.; Joo, S. H.; Lee, K. “Skeletal platinum-based octahedral nanoframe with Cartesian coordinates via geometrically precise nanoscale phase segregation in a Pt@Ni core-shell nanocrystal”, ACS Nano, 2015, 9, 2856-2867.
  2. Lim, E.–K.; Kim, T.; Paik, S.; Haam, S.; Huh, Y.-M.; Lee, K. “Nanomaterials for Theranostics: Recent Advances and Future Challenges”, Chem. Rev. 2015, 115, 327-394.
  3. Yoon, D.; Park, S.; Park, J.; Kim, J.; Baik, H.; Yang, H.; Lee, K. “One pot synthesis of hollow Cu-doped Ru octahedral nanocage via in situ generated metastable Cu nanoparticle template”, Nanoscale 2014, 6, 12397-12402.
  4. Yoon, J.; Baik, H.; Lee, S.; Kwon, S. J.; Lee, K. “One-pot synthesis of ultralong coaxial Au@Pt nanocables with numerous highly catalytically active perpendicular twinning boundaries and Au@Pt core-shell bead structures”, Nanoscale 2014, 6, 6434-6439.
  5. Phan, V. N.; Lim, E.-K.; Kim, T.; Kim, M.; Choi, Y.; Kim, B.; Lee, M.; Oh, A.; Jin, J.; Chae, Y.; Baik, H.; Suh, J.-S.; Haam, S.; Huh, Y.-M.; Lee, K. “Highly Crystalline Manganese-Doped Iron Oxide Nanocontainer with Predesigned Void Volume and Shape for Theranostic Application”, Adv. Mater. 2013, 25, 3202-3208.
  6. Yoon, J.; Khi, N. T.; Kim, H.; Baik, H.; Back, S.; Lee, S.; Lee, S.-W.; Kwon, S. J.; Lee, K. “High yield synthesis of catalytically active five-fold twinned Pt nanorods from a surfactant-ligated precursor”, Chem. Commun. 2013, 49, 573-575.
진경석

Kyoungsuk Jin

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)
곽경원

Kyung won Kwak

Quantum Spectroscopy Lab LINK

  • kkwak@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg RM 206 +82-3290-3218
  • Lab:-
  • 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. Density Functional Theory for Lanthanide and Actinide
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)
조민행

Minhaeng Cho

Center for Multidimensional Spectroscopy LINK

  • mcho@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 320, +82-2-3290-3133
  • Lab 1 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 248, +82-2-3290-3886
  • Lab 2 : Asan Science Bldg. RM 548, +82-2-3290-3615
  • 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. Cho, Minhaeng. Two-Dimensional Optical Spectroscopy, CRC Press, USA, 2009.
  2. Rhee, H.; June, Y.-G.; Lee, J.-S.; Lee, K.-K.; Ha, J.-H.; Kim, Z.-H.; Jeon, S.-J.; Cho, Minhaeng. Femtosecond characterization of vibrational optical activity of chiral molecules. Nature, 2009, 458, 310.
  3. Cho, Minhaeng. Coherent two-dimensional optical spectroscopy. Chem. Rev., 2008, 108, 1331.
  4. Eom, I.; Ahn, S.; Rhee, H.; Cho, Minhaeng. Single-shot electronic optical activity interferometry: Power and phase fluctuation-free measurement. Phys. Rev. Lett., 2012, 108, 103901.
  5. Kim, H.; Cho, Minhaeng. IR probes for studying structure and dynamics of biomolecules. Chem. Rev., 2013, 113, 5817.
이상원

Sang Won Lee

Laboratory of Gaseous Ion Chemistry 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
  • 1990.2 B.S., Korea University/Department of Chemistry
  • 1992.2 M.S., Korea University/Department of Chemistry Research Advisor: Professor Young-Sang Choi
  • 1999.12 Ph.D. California Institute of Technology Research Advisor: Professor Jesse L. Beauchamp
Careers
  • 2000 – 2002 : Post Doctoral Fellow, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory/Department of Energy, USA Research Advisor: Dr. Richard D. Smith
  • 2002 – 2006 : Assistant Professor, Korea University
  • 2006 – 2011 : Associate Professor, Korea University
  • 2011 – present : Professor, Korea University/Department of Chemistry
  • 2007 – 2009 : Korea University, Chair of Chemistry Department
  • 2008 – 2009 : The Korean Chemical Society, Director of General Affairs
  • 2009 – 2010 : Visiting Scholar, PNNL
  • 2010 - 2012 : Korea University, Associate Dean of College of Science
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 and biology in general, which includes followings.

  • Development of High-Performance Mass Spectrometry and High-Resolution Separation Techniques for Proteomics Researches.
  • Development of Advanced Data Analysis Methods for MS based Proteomics
  • Discovery and Validation of Diseases Biomarkers by using MS Based Proteomic Approach
  • Development of Proteome Enrichment Techniques by Nano-Structures
  • Development and Application of Proteogenomic Technologies to Uncover Disease Molecular Signatures
Representative Publications
  1. “Compact variant-rich customized sequence database and a fast and sensitive database search for efficient proteogenomic analyses” Park, H.; Bae, J.; Kim, H.; Kim, S.; Kim, H.; Mun, D.-G.; Joh, Y.; Lee, W.; Chae, S.; Lee, S.; Kim, H. K.; Hwang, D.; Lee, S.-W.; Paek, E. Proteomics, 2014, 14, 2742-2749.
  2. A protein profile of visceral adipose tissues linked to early pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes mellitus” Kim, S.-J.; Chae, S.; Kim, H.; Mun, D.-G.; Back, S.; Choi, H. Y.; Park, K. S.; Hwang, D.; Choi, S. H.; Lee, S.-W. Mol. Cell. Proteomics 2014, 13, 811-822.
  3. “A fully automated dual-online multifunctional ultrahigh pressure liquid chromatography system for high-throughput proteomics analysis” Lee, H.; Lee, J.-H.; Kim, H.; Kim, S.-J.; Bae, J.; Kim, H. K.; Lee, S-W. J. Chromatogr. A 2014, 1329, 83-89.
  4. “PTRF/Cavin-1 is essential for multidrug resistance in cancer cells” Yi, J.-S.; Mun, D.-G.; Lee, H.; Park, J.-S.; Lee, J.-W.; Lee, J.-S.; Kim, S.-J.; Cho, B. R.; Lee, S.-W.; Ko, Y.-G. J. Proteome Res., 2013, 12(2), 605-614.
  5. "A fully automated multi-functional ultrahigh pressure liquid chromatography system for advanced proteome analyses " Lee, J. H.; Hyung, S.-W.; Mun, D.-G.; Jung, H.-J.; Kim, H.; Lee, H.; Kim, S.-J.; Park, K. S.; Moore, R. J.; Smith, R. D.; Lee, S.-W. J. Proteome Res. 2012, 11, 4373-4381.
  6. "A Serum Protein Profile Predicative of the Resistance to Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy in Advanced Breast Cancers" Hyung, S.-W.; Lee, M. Y.; Yu, J.-H.; Shin, B.; Jung, H.-J.; Park, J.-M.; Han, W.; Zhang, H.; Aebersold, R.; Hwang, D.; Lee, S.-W.; Yu, M.-H.; Noh, D.-Y. Mol. Cell. Proteomics 2011 10:M111.011023.
심상희

Sang-Hee Shim

Bioimaging Lab LINK

  • sangheeshim@korea.ac.kr
  • Office:Asan Science Bldg. RM 219, +82-3290-3129
  • Office2 : R&D Center, RM 210B
  • Lab:R&D Center, RM 206
  • 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. Chung JJ; Shim SH, Everley RA, Gygi SP, Zhuang X and Clapham D, “Structurally distinct Ca2+ signaling domains of sperm flagella orchestrate tyrosine phosphorylation and motility”, Cell, 157: 808-822 (2014).
  2. Shim SH; Xia C; Zhong G; Babcock H; Vaughan J; Huang B; Wang X; Xu C; Bi GQ and Zhuang X, “Super-resolution fluorescence imaging of organelles in live cells with photoswitchable membrane probes”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109: 13978-83 (2012).
  3. Jones SA; Shim SH; He J and Zhuang X,“Fast, three-dimensional super-resolution imaging of live cells”, Nature Methods, 8: 499-505 (2011).
  4. Shim SH; Gupta R; Ling YL; Strasfeld DB; Raleigh DP and Zanni MT, “2D IR spectroscopy defines the pathway of amyloid formation with residue specific resolution”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106: 6614?6619 (2009).
Stefan Ringe

Stefan Ringe

Computational modeling lab (ringelab) LINK

  • sringe@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 316, +82-2-3290-3124
  • Lab 1 : Hana Science Hall. RM 716
  • physical, theoretical, electrochemical, catalysis, energy
Education
  • 2013 - 2017 : Technical University of Munich, Ph. D., Theoretical Chemistry Research Advisor: Prof. Karsten Reuter
  • 2010 - 2013 : Georg-August University of Göttingen, M. S., Chemistry
  • 2007 - 2010: Georg-August University of Göttingen, B. S., Chemistry
Careers
  • 2022.3 - present : Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Korea University
  • 2022.3 - present : IBS Campus Research Fellow, IBS CMSD Korea University
  • 2020.2 - 2022.2 : Assistant Professor, Department of Energy Science & Engineering, DGIST
  • 2019.2 - 2020.1 : Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Department of Chemistry, KAIST
  • 2017.6 - 2019.1 : Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
Research Areas
  1. Computational electrochemistry, solid-liquid interfaces, computational material screening, density functional theory, multi-scale modeling, machine learning
Representative Publications
  1. Ringe, S., Hörmann, N. G., Oberhofer, H. & Reuter, K. Implicit Solvation Methods for Catalysis at Electrified Interfaces. Chem. Rev. (2021) doi:10.1021/acs.chemrev.1c00675
  2. Kim, M. K. et al. Design of less than 1 nm Scale Spaces on SnO 2 Nanoparticles for High‐Performance Electrochemical CO 2 Reduction. Adv. Funct. Mater. n/a, 2107349 (2021)
  3. Ringe, S. et al. Double layer charging driven carbon dioxide adsorption limits the rate of electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction on Gold. Nat. Commun. 11, 1–11 (2020)
  4. Xia, C. et al. Confined local oxygen gas promotes electrochemical water oxidation to hydrogen peroxide. Nature Catalysis 3, 125–134 (2020)
  5. Ringe, S. et al. Understanding cation effects in electrochemical CO2 reduction. Energy Environ. Sci. 12, 3001–3014 (2019)
  6. Wu, Y. et al. A Two-Dimensional MoS2 Catalysis Transistor by Solid-State Ion Gating Manipulation and Adjustment (SIGMA). Nano Lett. 19, 7293–7300 (2019)
  7. Clark, E. L. et al. Influence of Atomic Surface Structure on the Activity of Ag for the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to CO. ACS Catal. 4006–4014 (2019)
이석중

Suk Joong Lee

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 : Associate 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 (with Prof. Joseph T. Hupp and SonBinh T. Nguyen )
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.
박성남

Sungnam Park

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, Associate Professor at 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
  • Photoinduced chemical reactions, thermally-driven equilibrium dynamics, and photophysical processes occurring on picosecond to microsecond timescales by using various time-domain spectroscopic tools (i.e., transient absorption spectroscopy, 2DIR spectroscopy, IR pump-probe spectroscopy) time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) method, nanosecond photoluminescence spectroscopy) combined with quantum chemical calculations.
    • - Photoinduced chemical reactions
    • - Thermally-driven chemical exchange dynamics (isomerizations, ion pairing, complexation dynamics, solute-solvent interactions ...)
    • - Hydrogen-bond dynamics and proton transfer dynamics in aqueous solutions
    • - Exciton dynamics in photoactive materials (OLED and solar cells)
    • - Photophysics in quantum dots (QDs)
Representative Publications
  1. Junwoo Baek, Joonyoung Francis Joung, Songyi Lee, Hanju Rhee, Myung Hwa Kim, Sungnam Park*, and Juyoung Yoon*, “Origin of the Reversible Thermochromic Properties of Polydiacetylenes Revealed by Ultrafast Spectroscopy”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2016, 7, 259-265
  2. YoungAh Kwon and Sungnam Park*, “Complexation dynamics of CH3SCN and Li+ in acetonitrile studied by two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015, 17, 24193-24200
  3. Joonyoung Francis Joung, Sangin Kim, and Sungnam Park*, “Effect of NaCl Salts on the Activation Energy of Excited-State Proton Transfer Reaction of Coumarin 183”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2015, 119, 15509-15515
  4. Chiho Lee, Hyewon Son, and Sungnam Park*, “Acid-base equilibrium dynamics in methanol and dimethyl sulfoxide probed by two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015, 17, 17557-17561
  5. Son, Hyewon; Nam, Dayoung; Park, Sungnam*, “Real-Time Probing of Hydrogen-Bond Exchange Dynamics in Aqueous NaPF6 Solutions by Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2013, 117, 13604-13613.
이용호

Yong Ho Lee

Catalysis Lab LINK

  • yholee@korea.ac.kr
  • Office : Asan Science Bldg. RM 308, +82-2-3290-3123
  • Lab : Asan Science Bldg. RM 648, +82-2-3290-4436
  • Catalysis, Organic, Organometallic
Education
  • 2018 – 2021 : Ph.D. ETH Zurich, Organic Chemistry (Research Advisor: Bill Morandi)
  • 2003 – 2005 : M.S. Korea University, Chemistry (Research Advisor: Sang-Won Lee)
  • 1999 – 2003 : B.S. Korea University, Chemistry
Careers
  • 2021.04 – 2021.07 : Postdoctoral Researcher, ETH Zurich, Switzerland (Research Advisor: Peter Chen)
  • 2015.08 – 2018.06 : Graduate Researcher, Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Germany (Research Advisor: Bill Morandi)
  • 2005.01 – 2015.07 : Research Scientist, LG Chem, South Korea
Research Areas
  1. Homogeneous Catalysis
  2. Synthetic Chemistry
  3. Organometallic Chemistry
Representative Publications
  1. Lee, Y. H.; Denton, E. H.; Morandi, B. Palladium-catalysed carboformylation of alkynes using acid chlorides as a dual carbon monoxide and carbon source. Nat. Chem. 2021, 13, 123–130. (Highlighted in Nat. Chem. News & Views; Synfacts 2021, 17, 401.)
  2. Lee, Y. H.; Denton, E. H.; Morandi, B. Modular cyclopentenone synthesis through the catalytic molecular shuffling of unsaturated acid chlorides and alkynes. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2020, 142, 20948–20955.
  3. Lee, Y. H.; Morandi, B. Palladium‐catalyzed intermolecular aryliodination of internal alkynes. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2019, 58, 6444–6448 (Selected as VIP paper).
  4. Lee, Y. H.; Morandi, B. Transition metal-mediated metathesis between P–C and M–C bonds: beyond a side reaction. Coord. Chem. Rev. 2019, 386, 96–118.
  5. Lee, Y. H.; Morandi, B. Metathesis-active ligands enable a catalytic functional group metathesis between aroyl chlorides and aryl iodides. Nat. Chem. 2018, 10, 1016–1022.

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