(2014/06) Funnano group go to everland resort for Summer membership training.
(2013/06) Min-Jae Choi‘s study “Tailoring the PbS/metal interface in colloidal quantum dot solar cells for improvements of performance and air stability” is accepted by Energy & Environmental Science.
(2013/06) Jung-Keun Yoo‘s study “Extremely High-yield Conversion from Low-cost Sand to High-Capacity Si Electrodes for Li-ion Batteries” is accepted by Advanced Energy materials.
(2014/04) Professor Yeon Sik Jung received Young Scientist Award in the Spring Conference of the Korean Institute of Metals and Materials.
(2014/04) Professor Yeon Sik Jung received Wiley-PSK JPS Young Scientist Award in the Spring Meeting of the Polymer society of Korea.
(2014/04) Jong Min Kim received the Excellent Paper Award in Conference of the next generation lithography
(2014/04) Professor Yeon Sik Jung‘s study “Three-Dimensional Nanofabrication by Block Copolymer Self-Assembly” is accepted by Advanced Materials.
(2014/03) Kiung Jeon joins the group.
(2014/02) Jong Min Kim received the Excellent Paper Award in the Winter Meeting of the Optical Society of Korea.
(2014/02) Jong Min Kim(master’s degree), Kwangmin Baek(master’s degree) and Tae Won Nam(undergraduate degree) completed the whole course.
(2014/02) Funnano group go to Muju resort for winter membership training.
(2014/02) Professor Yeon Sik Jung‘s study “Long-range ordered self-assembly of novel acrylamide-based diblock copolymers” is accepted by Advanced Materials.
(2013/11) Woon Ik Park‘s study “Host-Guest Self-assembly in Block Copolymer Blends” is published by Scientific reports.
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, information storage devices, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information or to make an appointment.
“Tailoring the PbS/metal interface in colloidal quantum dot solar cells for improvements of performance and air stability”
Energy & Environmental Science, 2014, published online
Min-Jae Choi, Jihun Oh, Jung-Keun Yoo, Jaesuk Choi, Dong Min Sim, and Yeon Sik Jung,*