포항공과대학교 기계공학과

Hyung Gyu Park

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  • Degree.Ph.D. UC Berkeley (2007)
  • Lab.에너지 및 지속가능성 지향 나노과학연구실

The NETS laboratory researches nanoscience that can be applied to energy and clean technology applications, and ultimately seeks to contribute to technological innovation in terms of energy and sustainability. Design and analyze complex membranes, nanohydrodynamics, optoelectronics, and electrochemical platforms composed of one-dimensional and two-dimensional materials to understand special mass transfer phenomena in low-dimensional space, and apply them to energy, environment, bio, and sensor fields. I want to. Based on an understanding of the transfer phenomenon of low-dimensional space, by studying topics such as the detection of biochemical properties based on an ultra-high sensitivity species sensing technique based on surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, or energy and hydrogen production through lithium-water batteries, Finally, we create basic engineering knowledge that contributes to solving global energy and sustainability issues.

  • Fast mass transport through sub-2-nm-wide CNT interior (cover article of Science 2006)
  • Ion rejection of CNT membranes at high water fluxes with implication of breakthrough in water purification (PNAS 2008)
  • Facile, diameter-selective synthesis of vertically aligned CNT arrays via temperature-gradient chemical vapor deposition and catalyst engineering (RSC Advances 2013; Scientific Reports 2017)
  • Gompertzian kinetics in the graphene synthesis on copper (Nano Letters 2013)
  • Ultimate mass permeation across atomically thin porous graphene and invention of its enlarged-scale manufacturing (Science 2014; Science Advances 2018)
  • Invention of CNT-scaffolded surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy for ultrasensitive chemical detection (cover article of Advanced Matererials 2013)
  • Polymerization protocol of nanofilm from a porous scaffold of CNT buckypaper and porous graphene (ACS Applied Matererials & Interfaces 2018; Science Advances 2018)
  • Lamellar membrane having subnanometric channels out of 2D materials stacking (Nano Letters 2017)
  • Femtomolar ultrasensitive chemical sensor via surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (cover article of Advanced Ma - terials 2013)
  • Frontier research of CARBON NANOFLUIDICS: transport phenomena in the graphitic nanoenvironment
  • Carbon nanotubes, graphene, 2D nanomaterial: synthesis, composite design, and engineering applications
  • Energy technology by exploitation of novel nanostructures based on rational design
  • Membrane material science for sustainable industrialization
  • Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy and plasmonic metamaterials for sensing and energy harvesting
  • Autonomous research & big data acquisition/processing from a physicochemical domain