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Park, Jang-Ung (박장웅)

Department
School of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학부)
Research Interests
Wireless wearable electronics, flexible electronics, printed electronics, nano-bio interfaces
Lab
Flexible Nano-electronics & Biotechnology Lab
E-Mail
jangung@unist.ac.kr
Website
http://wearable.unist.ac.kr/
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201706High Dielectric Performances of Flexible and Transparent Cellulose Hybrid Films Controlled by Multidimensional Metal NanostructuresJi, Sangyoon; Jang, Jiuk; Cho, Eunjin, et alARTICLE13 High Dielectric Performances of Flexible and Transparent Cellulose Hybrid Films Controlled by Multidimensional Metal Nanostructures
201706Flexible Transparent Conductive Films with High Performance and Reliability Using Hybrid Structures of Continuous Metal Nanofiber Networks for Flexible OptoelectronicsPark, Juyoung; Hyun, Byung Gwan; An, Byeong Wan, et alARTICLE4 Flexible Transparent Conductive Films with High Performance and Reliability Using Hybrid Structures of Continuous Metal Nanofiber Networks for Flexible Optoelectronics
2017043D-printable, highly conductive hybrid composites employing chemically-reinforced, complex dimensional fillers and thermoplastic triblock copolymersJo, Yejin; Kim, Ju Young; Kim, So-Yun, et alARTICLE44 3D-printable, highly conductive hybrid composites employing chemically-reinforced, complex dimensional fillers and thermoplastic triblock copolymers
201704Wearable smart sensor systems integrated on soft contact lenses for wireless ocular diagnosticsKim, Joohee; Kim, Minji; Lee, Mi-Sun, et alARTICLE89 Wearable smart sensor systems integrated on soft contact lenses for wireless ocular diagnostics
201704An Annulative Synthetic Strategy for Building Triphenylene Frameworks by Multiple C-H Bond ActivationsMathew, Bijoy P.; Yang, Hyun Ji; Kim, Joohee, et alARTICLE85 An Annulative Synthetic Strategy for Building Triphenylene Frameworks by Multiple C-H Bond Activations
201703Integrated arrays of air-dielectric graphene transistors as transparent active-matrix pressure sensors for wide pressure rangesShin, Sung-Ho; Ji, Sangyoon; Choi, Seiho, et alARTICLE78 Integrated arrays of air-dielectric graphene transistors as transparent active-matrix pressure sensors for wide pressure ranges
201702Multi-dimensional carbon nanofibers for supercapacitor electrodesHyun, Byung Gwan; Son, Hye Jeong; Ji, Sangyoon, et alARTICLE71 Multi-dimensional carbon nanofibers for supercapacitor electrodes
201612Nanomaterial-based stretchable and transparent electrodesKim, Kukjoo; Hyun, Byung Gwan; Jang, Jiuk, et alARTICLE96 Nanomaterial-based stretchable and transparent electrodes
201610High-resolution, electrohydrodynamic inkjet printing of stretchable, metal oxide semiconductor transistors with high performancesKim, S,-Y.; Kim, K.; Hwang, Y.H., et alARTICLE199 High-resolution, electrohydrodynamic inkjet printing of stretchable, metal oxide semiconductor transistors with high performances
201609Tin-doped indium oxide films for highly flexible transparent conducting electrodesPark, Hee Jung; Kim, Joohee; Won, Jong Han, et alARTICLE251 Tin-doped indium oxide films for highly flexible transparent conducting electrodes
201608Photo-patternable and transparent films using cellulose nanofibers for stretchable origami electronicsJi, Sangyoon; Hyun, Byung Gwan; Kim, Kukjoo, et alARTICLE158 Photo-patternable and transparent films using cellulose nanofibers for stretchable origami electronics
201607Newly Designed Cu/Cu10Sn3 Core/Shell Nanoparticles for Liquid Phase-Photonic Sintered Copper Electrodes: Large-Area, Low-Cost Transparent Flexible ElectronicsOh, Sang-Jin; Kim, Tae Gon; Kim, So-Yun, et alARTICLE171 Newly Designed Cu/Cu10Sn3 Core/Shell Nanoparticles for Liquid Phase-Photonic Sintered Copper Electrodes: Large-Area, Low-Cost Transparent Flexible Electronics
201606Graphene-Based Wireless Environmental Gas Sensor on PET SubstrateNa, Kyungmin; Ma, Hyunggun; Park, Jihun, et alARTICLE694 Graphene-Based Wireless Environmental Gas Sensor on PET Substrate
201605Wearable, Wireless Gas Sensors Using Highly Stretchable and Transparent Structures of Nanowires and GraphenePark, Jihun; Kim, Joohee; Kim, Kukjoo, et alARTICLE251 Wearable, Wireless Gas Sensors Using Highly Stretchable and Transparent Structures of Nanowires and Graphene
201605Fully-integrated, bezel-less transistor arrays using reversibly foldable interconnects and stretchable origami substratesKim, Mijung; Park, Jihun; Ji, Sangyoon, et alARTICLE191 Fully-integrated, bezel-less transistor arrays using reversibly foldable interconnects and stretchable origami substrates
201602A high-performance, flexible and robust metal nanotrough-embedded transparent conducting film for wearable touch screen panelsIm, Hyeon-Gyun; An, Byeong Wan; Jin, Jungho, et alARTICLE227 A high-performance, flexible and robust metal nanotrough-embedded transparent conducting film for wearable touch screen panels
201601Stretchable, Transparent Electrodes as Wearable Heaters Using Nanotrough Networks of Metallic Glasses with Superior Mechanical Properties and Thermal StabilityAn, Byeong Wan; Gwak, Eun-Ji; Kim, Kukjoo, et alARTICLE301 Stretchable, Transparent Electrodes as Wearable Heaters Using Nanotrough Networks of Metallic Glasses with Superior Mechanical Properties and Thermal Stability
201509Highly Efficient Flexible Highly Efficient Flexible Optoelectronic Devices Using Metal Nanowire-Conducting Polymer Composite Transparent ElectrodeSong, Myoung Hoon; Jung, Eui Dae; Nam, Yun Seok, et alARTICLE377 Highly Efficient Flexible Highly Efficient Flexible Optoelectronic Devices Using Metal Nanowire-Conducting Polymer Composite Transparent Electrode
201509Stretchable and transparent electrodes based on in-plane structuresKim, Kukjoo; Kim, Joohee; Hyun, Byung Gwan, et alARTICLE184 Stretchable and transparent electrodes based on in-plane structures
201508High-Resolution Printing of 3D Structures Using an Electrohydrodynamic Inkjet with Multiple Functional InksAn, Byeong Wan; Kim, Kukjoo; Lee, Heejoo, et alARTICLE331 High-Resolution Printing of 3D Structures Using an Electrohydrodynamic Inkjet with Multiple Functional Inks

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