Materials Science and Technology
The global materials industry is expected to reach US$10 trillion in size in 2018 by recording an annual average growth rate of 5.2%. In addition, materials’ contribution to high-tech industries amounted to 70% in the ICT sector, 60% in environmental technology and 50% in biotech last year. In other words, product quality and industrial competitiveness hinge on materials these days. Therefore, materials science and technology has been enormously promoted in order to develop novel materials by means of unprecedented research methodology in which creative ideas and hi-tech are combined with each other. In the sessions, it is aimed to serve an excellent stage for the examination of emerging materials research and development. • Session 1 – Electronic Materials and Devices • Session 2 – Nanomaterials for Energy and Medicine I (STEPI/IBS Forum) • Session 3 – Nanomaterials for Energy and Medicine II (STEPI/IBS Forum) • Session 4 – Energy Related Materials and Devices • Session 5 – Large Area Electronics for Display
  • KIM, Jongwook (Ecole Polytechnique)
    Luminescent Nanorods for Monitoring the Complex Dynamics of Micro- and Bio-systems
  • PARK, Sangjun (Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France))
    Carbon Nanotube Field Emitters on metal alloy substrate for X-Ray Applications
  • PAK, Sangyeon (University of Oxford)
    Strain-dependent physical and optical properties in MoS2-WS2 heterostructure
  • SONG, Giljoo (ICMCB-CNRS)
    Multi-Color Electrochromism in Vanadium Oxide thin films
  • JEONG, Moonkwang (University of Stuttgart)
    Finite Element Simulation of Drilling and Milling of Cross-Ply Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced-Polymer with an Equivalent Homogenized Model
  • CHOI, Hyung Woo (University of Cambridge)
    1 minute synthesis of gold nanoparticles by reactive printing
  • KIM, Bongjun (University of Cambridge)
    Inkjet printed circuits based on ambipolar and p-type carbon nanotube thin-film transistors
  • HONG, Minji (Université Paris Sud-Paris Saclay)
    Mobility of silver nanoparticles on substrates
  • LEE, Suok (University of Oxford)
    Innovative scheme of pattern formation via Electrohydrodynamic lithography
  • LEE, Jun-seob (Federal institute for materials research and testing)
    Development of State-of-the-art Hydrogen Sulfide Ion Generation System and Its Application for Sulfide-induced Degradation on Metal Surfaces
  • KIM , Won Jae (VTT Technical Research Center of Finland)
    Graphene and 2D material based sensors
  • JOHN, Hong (University of Oxford)
    Pseudo-Capacitive ZnCo2O4/NiMoO4 Hetero-Nanostructures for Supercapacitor Application
  • LEE, Young-woo (University of Oxford)
    1-Dimensional CuS Nanowires as Pseudo-Capacitive Electrode for High Performance Asymmetric Supercapacitors
  • LEE, Juhan (INM - Leibniz-Institut für Neue Materialien)
    Design of hybrid energy storage system via redox electrolyte activities in nanoporous carbon
  • YEOM, Kyu Jong (Seoul National University, Strathclyde university)
    Development of design CO2 pipeline for requirement toughness
  • CHOI, Youngjin (Dyson Technology Ltd)
    High Energy Density Electrolytic Capacitors Using Dielectric Coated Carbon Nanotubes
  • KIM, Jeongmo (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
    Effects of UV-ozone irradiation on copper doped nickel oxide and its applicability to perovskite solar cells
  • KIM, Cheonghee (Technische Universität Berlin)
    Insight into Electrochemical CO2 Reduction on Ag Nanoparticles
  • LEE, Heejae (LPICM, Ecole polytechnique)
    Direct Experimental Evidence of Halide Ionic Migration under Bias in CH3NH3PbI3−xClx‐Based Perovskite Solar Cells Using GD-OES Analysis
  • MOON, Sunwoo (KTH)
    Analysis of plasma diagnosis mirrors at the Joint European Torus (JET)