Recent news

(2015/07) JongMin Kim and Kwang Min Baek  win global Ph.D  fellowship from the Government.

(2015/07) A study on “Self-Extinguishing Lithium Ion Battery” was published in Nano Letters.

(2015/07) Kwang Min Baek’s study “Sequentially Self-Assembled Rings-in-Mesh Nanoplasmonic Arrays for Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy” is accepted by Chemistry of Materials.

(2015/07) Min-Jae Choi receives the Excellent Poster Award in Nano Korea 2015.

(2015/06) Jung Hye Lee‘s study “In Situ Nano-Lithography with Sub-10 nm Resolution Realized by Thermally Assisted Spin-casting of a Self-assembling Polymer” is accepted by Advanced Materials.

(2015/03)  A study on ”Flexible One Diode-One Phase Change Memory Array Enabled by Block Copolymer Self-Assembly” was published in ACS Nano

(2015/03) Hyeukjin Han, Seunghee Yu, and Gunho Lee  join the group.

(2014/12) Prof. Yeon Sik Jung receives the 2014 KAIST Technology Innovation Award.

(2014/11) Se Ryeun Yang receives the Excellent Poster Award in International Conference on Electronic Materials and Nanotechnology for Green Environment (ENGE) 2014.

(2014/11) Kwang Min Baek‘s study “Topographically-Designed Triboelectric Nanogenerator via Block Copolymer Self-Assembly” is accepted by Nano Letters.

(2014/11) Jae Won Jeong‘s study “High-resolution nanotransfer printing applicable to diverse surfaces” is accepted by Nature Communications.

(2014/10) Jong Min Kim‘s study “Eliminating the Trade-Off between the Throughput and Pattern Quality of Sub-15 nm Directed Self-Assembly via Warm Solvent Annealing” is accepted by Advanced Functional Materials.

(2014/09) Hunhee Lim joins the group.

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FunNano Group is interested in enhancing device performances by using novel and practical nanotechnologies. We are studying new self-assembly materials and techniques forming sub-10 nm nanostructures based on polymers and nanoparticles. Our novel self-assembling systems aim for much superior precision, reliability, and reproducibility that would be adequate for large-scale manufacturing of nanoscale devices. Applications include sub-10 nm lithography, energy storage/capture devices, and sensors. Our group wants to be a joyful playground for creative students and postdocs pursuing careers in nano-science and nano-engineering. Please feel free to contact the group leader (Prof. Yeon Sik Jung) at ysjung@kaist.ac.kr to get more information or to make an appointment.

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“Sequentially Self-Assembled Rings-in-Mesh Nanoplasmonic Arrays for Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy”

Chemistry of Materials, 2015, Online published

Kwang Min Baek, Jong Min Kim, Jae Won Jeong, Seung Yong Lee*, and Yeon Sik Jung* [PDF File]

 

 

 

 

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