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Choe, Wonyoung (최원영)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
https://homepagechoe.wixsite.com/choegroup
Lab
Laboratory for Sustainable Future (지속가능미래 연구실)
Research Keywords
무기-유기 골격체, 무기-유기 다면체, 다공성 물질, 메티물질, 메타원자, 메타표면, 환경 정화, 데이터 사이언스, Metal-Organic frameworks, structural design, energy, sustainability, Metal-Organic Polyhedra, porous material, metamaterial, meta-atom, metasurface, environmental remedy, data science
Research Interests
Global sustainability is a daunting challenge for people living in new millennium. To contribute to such a global issue, we, as synthetic chemists, develop new inorganic-organic hybrid materials for energy applications. These materials are based on porous metal-organic frameworks, emerging as a new class of hybrid materials, potentially useful in many applications ranging from CO2 storage and utilization, sensors, to catalysis. The research group led by Prof. Wonyoung Choe at UNIST focuses on multi-functional metal-organic frameworks, assembled from bio-macrocycles called porphyrins, achieve tailor-made solids for the desired functions.
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2012-10Stepwise pillar insertion into metal-organic frameworks: A sequential self-assembly approachBurnett, Brandon J.; Choe, WonyoungARTICLE913 Stepwise pillar insertion into metal-organic frameworks: A sequential self-assembly approach
2012-02Sequential Self-Assembly in Metal-Organic FrameworksChoe, Wonyoung; Burnett, Brandon J.ARTICLE524 Sequential Self-Assembly in Metal-Organic Frameworks
2012-01Recent Advanced in Porphyrinic Metal-Organic Frameworks: Materials Design, Synthetic Strategies, and Emerging ApplicationsChoe, Wonyoung; Burnett, Brandon J.; Barron, Paul M.ARTICLE569 Recent Advanced in Porphyrinic Metal-Organic Frameworks: Materials Design, Synthetic Strategies, and Emerging Applications
2011-08"Nanoscale Lattice Fence" in a Metal-Organic Framework: Interplay between Hinged Topology and Highly Anisotropic Thermal ResponseChoe, Wonyoung; DeVries, Lucas D.; Barron, Paul M., et alARTICLE609 "Nanoscale Lattice Fence" in a Metal-Organic Framework: Interplay between Hinged Topology and Highly Anisotropic Thermal Response
2011-06Stepwise synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks: Replacement of Structural Organic LinkersChoe, Wonyoung; Burnett, Brandon J.; Barron, Paul M., et alARTICLE675 Stepwise synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks: Replacement of Structural Organic Linkers
2010-10A Bioinspired Synthetic Approach for Building Metal-Organic Frameworks with Accessible Metal CentersChoe, Wonyoung; Barron, Paul M.; Wray, Curtis A., et alARTICLE508 A Bioinspired Synthetic Approach for Building Metal-Organic Frameworks with Accessible Metal Centers
2010-05Self-assembly and Properties of Non-Metalled Tetraphenyl-Porphyrin on Metal SubstratesChoe, Wonyoung; Geoffrey, Rojas; Chen, Xumin, et alARTICLE756 Self-assembly and Properties of Non-Metalled Tetraphenyl-Porphyrin on Metal Substrates
2009-11An Interdigitated Metalloporphyrin Framework: Two-Dimensional Tessellation, Framework Flexibility, and Selective Guest AccommodationChoi, Eun-Young; DeVries, Lucas D.; Novotny, Richard W., et alARTICLE121 An Interdigitated Metalloporphyrin Framework: Two-Dimensional Tessellation, Framework Flexibility, and Selective Guest Accommodation
2009-09A Metal-Organic Framework Assembled from T-Shaped and Octahedral Nodes: A Mixed–Linker Strategy to Create a Rare Anatase TiO2 TopologyVerduzco, Jennifer, M.; Chung, Haemi; Hu, Chunhua, et alARTICLE134 A Metal-Organic Framework Assembled from T-Shaped and Octahedral Nodes: A Mixed–Linker Strategy to Create a Rare Anatase TiO2 Topology
2009-05Structural Variation in Porphyrin Pillared Homologous Series: Influence of Distinct Coordination Centers for Pillars on Framework TopologyHaemi, Chung; Barron, Paul M.; Novotny, Richard W., et alARTICLE107 Structural Variation in Porphyrin Pillared Homologous Series: Influence of Distinct Coordination Centers for Pillars on Framework Topology
2009-04Classification of Structural Motifs in Porphyrinic Coordination Polymers Assembled from Porphyrin Building Units, 5,10,15,20-Tetrapyridylporphyrin and Its DerivativesDeVries, Lucas D.; Choe, WonyoungARTICLE268 Classification of Structural Motifs in Porphyrinic Coordination Polymers Assembled from Porphyrin Building Units, 5,10,15,20-Tetrapyridylporphyrin and Its Derivatives
2009-02Highly Tunable Heterometallic Frameworks Constructed from Paddle–Wheel Units and MetalloporphyrinsBarron, Paul M.; Son, Hyun-Tak; Hu Chunhua, et alARTICLE105 Highly Tunable Heterometallic Frameworks Constructed from Paddle–Wheel Units and Metalloporphyrins
2008-12Highly Tunable Metal-Organic Frameworks with Open Metal CentersChoe, Wonyoung; Choi, Eun-Young; Wray, Curtis A., et alARTICLE644 Highly Tunable Metal-Organic Frameworks with Open Metal Centers
2008-12Pillared Porphyrin Homologous Series: Intergrowth in Metal-Organic FrameworksChoe, Wonyoung; Choi, Eun-Young; Paul M. Barron, et alARTICLE583 Pillared Porphyrin Homologous Series: Intergrowth in Metal-Organic Frameworks
2008-10Classification of Structural Motifs in Porphyrinic Coordination Polymers Assembled from 5,10,15,20-Tetrapyridylporphyrin and Its DerivativesDeVries, Lucas D.; Choe, WonyoungARTICLE106 Classification of Structural Motifs in Porphyrinic Coordination Polymers Assembled from 5,10,15,20-Tetrapyridylporphyrin and Its Derivatives
2008-04A mixed-linker porphyrin framework with CdI2-type topologyChoi, Eun-Young; Barron, Paul M.; Novotney, Richard W., et alARTICLE318 A mixed-linker porphyrin framework with CdI2-type topology
2004-09Hollow and Solid Spherical Magnetostrictive Particulate CompositesNersessian, Nersesse; Or, Siu Wing; Carman, Gregory P., et alARTICLE96 Hollow and Solid Spherical Magnetostrictive Particulate Composites

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