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Microelectronics, Display, and Solar Cells
The semiconductor and displays industry of Korea is leading global technology and solar cell industry is fast growing in 21st century. Fabrication processes for semiconductor and display devices, and nano-scale. Our research and education is focused to various micro- and nano-scale chemical process and material development both for silicon and organic devices. Current research topics include printing and all-solution process development for organic lighting and organic solar cells, plasma surface reaction and reactor design, fuel cells, electro-plating, MEMS/NEMS, dye-sensitized solar cells.
 
정보전자유기소재
신소재
차세대 태양전지
신기능성전기화학시스템
나노공정
다기능연성소자 연구실
다기능연성소자 연구실
다기능연성소자 연구실
Novel Materials Research
Major Research Areas
New materials for flexible OLED
For flexible organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs), new materials such as a flexibletransparent conducting electrode and flexible moisture barrier substrate areindispensable. In our laboratory, a new planarized metal-grid transparent electrodefilm has been developed and utilized for the fabrication of the flexible OLED instead ofutilizing the conventional indium tin oxide (ITO) electrode. In addition, for the flexiblemoisture barrier substrates, multi-layered aluminium oxide and polymer substrateswhich can be fabricated by full wet processes have been developed and utilized as theflexible substrates for flexible OLEDs. In order to take the full advantages of flexibleorganic electronics, the new materials are targeted to be possible by the low-cost andshort tact-time processes. These new materials can be applied for the flexible activematrixOLED displays, the flexible OLED lightings, and the flexible organicphotovoltaic (OPV) devices.


New manufacturing processes for flexible OLED and flexible OPV
This research aims to fabricate the flexible OLEDs cheaper and easier than theconventional fabrication processes can. The researches include the solution-baseddeposition of active organic layers, thin film encapsulation processes, and thefabrication of high-efficiency OLED devices. For these researches, besides theconventional vacuum deposition processes for fabricating OLEDs, the unit depositionprocesses such as the atomic layer deposition (ALD), the molecular layer deposition(MLD), the plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD), the ultrasonic mistdeposition (UMD), and the wet printing processes are utilized. For the wet printingprocesses, the gravure printing and screen printing methods are utilized for thefabrication of flexible OLEDs. We also study a few novel deposition processes tofabricate flexible OLEDs by utilizing the vapour phase polymerization. All the abovefabrication processes can be applied for the fabrication of flexible OPV devices.



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