Their findings have been published in the July 2021 issue of Advanced Functional Materials.
The atomic thick two-dimensional (2D) materials are promising for many applications, such as faster and energy-saving electronic devices, more efficient catalysts, and high energy density batteries. To fully utilize the advantages of these... Read More
New Study Introduces Ultraflat Sub-10 Nanometer Gap Electrodes for Two-Dimensional Optoelectronic Devices
Their findings have been published ahead-of-print in the online edition of ACS Nano on February 24, 2021.
A semiconductor chip about the size of a thumbnail contains a maximum of billions of microelements, such as transistors and diodes. These microelements on the semiconductor chip are composed of fine patterns, and thus a lithographic process... Read More
Their findings published in the prestigious journal, Nature Materials.
An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has discovered a novel method for the synthesis of ultrathin semiconductors. This is a unique growth mechanism, which yielded nanoscopic semiconductor ribbons that are only a few a... Read More
Their findings published in the recent issue of the journal Nano Letters.
A new study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a novel method for fabrication of world’s thinnest oxide semiconductor that is just one atom thick. This may open up new possibilities for thin, transparent, and flexible electronic de... Read More
Prof. Jung-Min Kee, Prof. Kyudong Choi, and Prof. Kwanpyo Kim are the recipients of the 8th Chung-Am (TJ Park) Science Fellowship.
Recognizing potential groundbreaking researchers in their respective fields.
Three UNIST professors have been selected to receive 2016 Cheong-Am (TJ Park) Science Fellowship from the POSCO TJ Park Foundation. Kwanpyo Kim, Jung-Min Kee, and Kyudong Choi are among 31 early career scientists and researchers from 12 org... Read More