(2015-10) Dongmin Sim receives the Best Poster Award in RPGR 2015 held in Austrailia.
(2015.10) Tae Won Nam’s study “Single Nanoparticle Localization in the Perforated Lamellar Phase of Self-assembled Block Copolymer Driven by Entropy Minimization” is accepted by Macromolecules.
(2015.10) Min-Jae Choi’s study (in collaboration with Prof. Byung Tae Ahn’s group and Dr. Jin Young Kim) “Highly Asymmetric n+-p Heterojunction Quantum Dot Solar Cells with Significantly Improved Charge Collection Efficiencies” is accepted by Advanced Materials.
(2015.10) Jung Hye Lee receives the Excellent Presentation Award in The Polymer Society of Korea 2015 Fall Meeting.
(2015.10) Dongmin Sim’s study (in collaboration with Prof. Seunghyup Yoo’s group) “Controlled Doping of Vacancy-Containing Few-Layer MoS2 via Highly Stable Thiol-Based Molecular Chemisorption” is accepted by ACS Nano.
(2015.10) Yongjoo Kim’s study (in collaboration with Prof. Bumjoon Kim’s group) “Soft Patchy Particles of Block Copolymers from Interface-Engineered Emulsions” is accepted by ACS Nano.
(2015/08) Soonmin Yim receives the Best Poster Award in International Meeting on Information Display 2015.
(2015/07) Jong Min 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.
(2015/04) Jung Hye Lee receives the Excellent Poster Award in Conference of the Next Generation Lithography 2015.
(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.read more
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 email@example.com to get more information or to make an appointment.read more