MS and PhD in Nanochemistry & Electrochemistry
|Field of Research||Chemistry > Electrochemistry|
|Field of Recruitment||Catalyst for CO2 Reduction & Water oxidation; Battery|
|Number of Vacancies||3 persons|
|Annual Salary||Below \50,000,000|
|Location||Yong in-si, Gyeonggi-do|
|Work Hours||09:00 ~ 20:00|
Programmable Nanomaterials Laboratory (PNL, http://nanolab.khu.ac.kr) at Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyung Hee University (www.khu.ac.kr) is looking for highly self-motivated students to study in graduate programs (MS/PhD combined or PhD degree). PNL students have been focused on nanotechnology and its application for energy generation, conversions and storages. PNL has funded by Korean government, Korean national labs, and Samsung Electronics due to publications in top journals in chemistry.
l Solar-to-chemical energy conversion (water splitting, CO2 conversion)
l Novel Nanopatterning for plasmonics and electronic applications
l Energy storages (supercapacitors, Li-ion Batteries)
l Education and research background in Chemistry and Material Sciences or related fields
Students with hands-on experience in Li-ion battery and supercapacitor, or nanomaterial synthesis (TEM, XPS, XRD analysis knowledge) will be the first choice.
l Decent English for communications (English test score of TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, or TEPS is required)
l Motivated statements of research purpose
l Meet the admission requirements of the Kyung Hee University (Check KHU graduate school website: Graduate School of Kyung Hee University
Sponsorship and Benefit
l Sponsor: Kyung Hee University
l Scholarship coverage: 100%
Or students recommend to apply for graduate scholarship program by Korean governments (http://www.studyinkorea.go.kr)
l Stipend: Yes
l International and domestic conferences: MRS (USA), EMRS (Europe), KCS (Korea), etc.
l Location: Yongin (30 ~ 50 min. driving from Gangnam, Seoul), South Korea
Conferences and lab activities
Please check PNL website: http://nanolab.khu.ac.kr
Students who have interests in applying the graduate program at energy related nanoscience of PNL, please send resume and motivational statements of research to Prof. Min Hyung Lee (email@example.com) or to Dang Van Cu (Vietnamese PhD student in the lab, firstname.lastname@example.org advance. Feel free to transfer or to post this information to public websites for students.
Prof. Min Hyung Lee is an associate professor of Kyung Hee University, and he is an editorial board member of J. of Controlled Release (IF 7.877). Prof. Lee holds PhD degree in Material Chemistry from Northwestern University, USA (Top rank in Nanoscience and Nanotech.) under advice of Prof. Teri W. Odom. During PhD course, he focused on developing new nanofabrication techniques to fabricate large-area nanoscale plasmonic crystals, and investigated optical properties of the plasmonic crystals. After finishing PhD programs, he performed post-doctoral researches in University California at Berkeley and Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP), USA with Prof. Ali Javey and Dr. Joel Ager. During the post-doctoral training, he developed III-V semiconductor-based nanoscale devices including thin film MOSFETs, photovoltaics, and PEC water splitting electrodes. After he joined to Kyung Hee University as a faculty, his research has focused on application of nanostructures in plasmonics, solar-to-fuel conversion, and nanogenerators.
Representative SCI papers
*Entire publication lists are shown in the Google Scholar of Prof. Min Hyung Lee
 S. H. Lee, H. B. Lee, Y. Kim, J. R. Jung, M. H. Lee*, K. Kang*, "Neurite Guidance on Laser-Scribed Reduced Graphene Oxide", Nano Lett., 2018, 18, 7421-7427. (cover article).
 S.-H. Shin, Y. E. Bae, H. K. Moon, J. Kim, S.-H. Choi, Y. Kim*, H. J. Yoon*, M. H. Lee*, J. Nah*, "Formation of triboelectric series via atomiclevel surface functionalization for triboelectric energy harvesting", ACS Nano 2017, 11 (6), 6131-6138. IF: 13.709
 K. D. Yang+, W. R. Ko+, J. H. Lee, S. J. Kim, H. Lee*, M. H. Lee*, K. T. Nam*, "Morphology-directed Selective Production of Ethylene or Ethane from Cu Mesopore Electrode", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56 (3), 796-800. IF:11.709
 S. -H. Shin, Y. -H. Kim, Y. H. Kwon, J. Y. Jung, M. H. Lee*, J. Nah*, "Triboelectric Charging Sequence Induced by Surface Functionalization as a Method to Fabricate High Performance Triboelectric Generators", ACS Nano, 2015, 9(4), 4621-4627
 M. H. Lee, K. Takei, J. Zhang, R. Kapadia, M. Zheng, Y.-Z. Chen, J. Nah, T. S. Matthews, Y.-L. Chueh, J. W. Ager, A. Javey*, "p-InP nanopillar photocathodes for highly efficient, solar-driven hydrogen production", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2012, 51, 10760-10764. (Hot Paper)
 M. H. Lee, M. D. Huntington, W. Zhou, J.-C. Yang, T. W. Odom*, "Programmable Soft Lithography: Solvent-assisted Nanoscale Embossing", Nano Lett. 2011, 11, 311-315. (Cover article)
 M. H. Lee, J. Y. Lin, T. W. Odom*, "Large-area Nanocontact Printing with Metallic Nanostencil Masks", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2010, 49. 3057-3060.
 M. H. Lee, H. Gao, T. W. Odom*, "Refractive Index Sensing Using Quasi One-Dimensional Nanoslit Arrays", Nano Lett. 2009, 7, 2584-2588.
 J. Henzie, M. H. Lee, T. W. Odom*, "Multi-scale Patterning of Plasmonic Metamaterials", Nat. Nanotech. 2007, 2, 549-554. (Cover article)
Recruiting Officer Information
|Person in Charge||Min Hyung Lee||Contact Information||Contact Information is email@example.com|