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Materials Technology
Development of new materials is a core technology that has walked together with human history and technology movement. Studies on modern technology of new materials is focusing on the extraction of synergistic properties through a fusion of individual materials, which requires a profound understanding on the chemistry as a fundamental of the material and the chemical engineering as a toolkit for the realization. Our research group is fully constructing systematic resources for materials design, synthesis, characterization and manipulation, particularly based on the specialized organic and polymeric materials, from which we are directing the development of versatile materials for biomedical, electronic and industrial applications. Furthermore, under the academic banner of °?sustainable growth°Ø for the next generation, we are currently emphasizing studies on environmentally benign and low-energy consuming materials and processing.
진단/치료용 고분자소재
고분자 소재합성
나노소재 및 소자
Advanced Polymerinc Material
Major Research Area
Next generation energy storage device based on hybrid composite
Energy storage devices such as lithium ion batteries and supercapacitors are important for portable electronics, vechicle electrification and smart grid. We develop hybrid nanostructured composite to address critical performance parameters related to energy storage including energy density, power density, safety, cycle and calendar life and coast. Hybrid nanostructured composite have the advantages of facile strain relaxation, enhance power rate but also present a challenge of forming stable electrode-electrolyte interface.

Development of electrochemical biosensor
We have fabricated several electrochemical biosensors: Detection of heavy metal-ion using conducting polymer; Sensing of glucose and cholesterol using non-enzymatic method, Diagnostics of endotoxin and breast cancer using aptamer. The novel biosensors have exhibited high sensitivity and selectivity Application : medical diagnosis, drug development, environmental field monitoring, quality control in small food factory, food analysisbr/>

High strength eco-friendly polymers
The development of sustainable and biodegradable plastics has been accepted as one of the key solutions to reduce environmental problems caused by waste plastics. The most commercially important cellulose derivative, cellulose diacetate (CDA), was demonstrated recently to be sustainable plastic. The material needs to be plasticized in order to improve its thermal behavior and tensile properties. Various levels of filler or natural fiber are added into the plasticized CDA containing TA and ESO, and the mechanical properties and morphology of the composites are

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