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Kim, Youngsik (김영식)

Department
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering(에너지화학공학과)
Website
http://www.ykimresearch.com/
Lab
YK Research (YK 그룹)
Research Keywords
해수전지, 리튬이온전지, 전고체전지, 리튬추출, 담수화, 살균, 탄소 양극, 고체전해질, 액체전해질, 소듐이온전지, 나시콘, LLZO, Ionic conducting ceramic electrolyte membranes, Seawater battery, Li ion battery, Na ion battery, Solid state battery, Li harvest, Desalination, Sterilization, Carbon cathode, Solid electrolyte, Liquid electrolyte, LATP, NASICON
Research Interests
YK Group is researching an energy storage system that helps to utilize it efficiently according to the development of a renewable energy system. The ultimate goal is to develop an energy conversion / storage system that is competitively priced, highly efficient, long-life, environmentally friendly and can be commercially available. To achieve this goal, new materials are created, and even existing materials are applied to new systems such as new processes and manufacturing methods. The most important thing in this process is not just to develop new materials for research, but to do research that actually helps in this area. The professor's research philosophy coincides with the vision of the Ulsan Institute of Science and Technology, “A global leader in science and technology that contributes to fostering the future of creative science and technology as a global leader in pioneering the future”. In fact, compared to other laboratories, our laboratories have many patent applications and registrations.
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2016-09Upcycling of nonporous coordination polymers: Controllable-conversion toward porosity-tuned N-doped carbons and their electrocatalytic activity in seawater batteriesJeoung, Sungeun; Sahgong, Sun Hye; Kim, Jae Hyung, et alARTICLE772 Upcycling of nonporous coordination polymers: Controllable-conversion toward porosity-tuned N-doped carbons and their electrocatalytic activity in seawater batteries
2016-07Atomic structural and electrochemical impact of Fe substitution on nano porous LiMnPO4Seo, Inseok; Senthilkumar, B.; Kim, Kwang-Ho, et alARTICLE698 Atomic structural and electrochemical impact of Fe substitution on nano porous LiMnPO4
2016-07Hierarchical urchin-shaped alpha-MnO2 on graphene-coated carbon microfibers: a binder-free electrode for rechargeable aqueous Na-air batteryKhan, Ziyauddin; Park, Seungyoung; Hwang, Soo Min, et alARTICLE895 Hierarchical urchin-shaped alpha-MnO2 on graphene-coated carbon microfibers: a binder-free electrode for rechargeable aqueous Na-air battery
2016-05Highly improved voltage efficiency of seawater battery by use of chloride ion capturing electrodeKim, Kyoungho; Hwang, Soo Min; Park, Jeong-Sun, et alARTICLE878 Highly improved voltage efficiency of seawater battery by use of chloride ion capturing electrode
2016-05Saltwater as the energy source for low-cost, safe rechargeable batteriesPark, Sangmin; SenthilKumar, Baskar; Kim, Kyoungho, et alARTICLE862 Saltwater as the energy source for low-cost, safe rechargeable batteries
2016-04Exploration of cobalt phosphate as a potential catalyst for rechargeable aqueous sodium-air batterySenthilkumar, Baskar; Khan, Ziyaauddin; Park, Sangmin, et alARTICLE1051 Exploration of cobalt phosphate as a potential catalyst for rechargeable aqueous sodium-air battery
2016-04Flexible and wearable fiber shaped high voltage supercapacitors based on copper hexacyanoferrate and porous carbon coated carbon fiber electrodesSenthilkumar, S.T.; Kim, Junsoo; Wang, Yu, et alARTICLE717 Flexible and wearable fiber shaped high voltage supercapacitors based on copper hexacyanoferrate and porous carbon coated carbon fiber electrodes
2016-04Graphitic Nanoshell/Mesoporous Carbon Nanohybrids as Highly Efficient and Stable Bifunctional Oxygen Electrocatalysts for Rechargeable Aqueous Na-Air BatteriesCheon, Jae Young; Kim, Kyoung Ho; Sa, Young Jin, et alARTICLE858 Graphitic Nanoshell/Mesoporous Carbon Nanohybrids as Highly Efficient and Stable Bifunctional Oxygen Electrocatalysts for Rechargeable Aqueous Na-Air Batteries
2016-04Encapsulation of organic active materials in carbon nanotubes for application to high-electrochemical-performance sodium batteriesKim, Jae-Kwang; Kim, Yongil; Park, Seungyoung, et alARTICLE850 Encapsulation of organic active materials in carbon nanotubes for application to high-electrochemical-performance sodium batteries
2016-04Electrochemical Lithium Recycling System toward Renewable and Sustainable Energy TechnologiesBae, Hyuntae; Hwang, Soo Min; Seo, Inseok, et alARTICLE608 Electrochemical Lithium Recycling System toward Renewable and Sustainable Energy Technologies
2016-03Characterization of thin-film electrolytes for all solid-state batteriesSeo, Inseok; Kim, Youngsik; Martin, Steve W.ARTICLE821 Characterization of thin-film electrolytes for all solid-state batteries
2016-03Electrochemical characterization of micro-rod beta-Na0.33V2O5 for high performance lithium ion batteriesSeo, Inseok; Hwang, Gil Chan; Kim, Jae-Kwang, et alARTICLE776 Electrochemical characterization of micro-rod beta-Na0.33V2O5 for high performance lithium ion batteries
2016-02Na ion- Conducting Ceramic as Solid Electrolyte for Rechargeable Seawater BatteriesKim, Yongil; Kim, Hyojin; Park, Sangmin, et alARTICLE595 Na ion- Conducting Ceramic as Solid Electrolyte for Rechargeable Seawater Batteries
2016-01Electrochemical properties of a ceramic-polymer-composite-solid electrolyte for Li-ion batteriesLee, Seoung Soo; Lim, Young Jun; Kim, Hyun Woo, et alARTICLE925 Electrochemical properties of a ceramic-polymer-composite-solid electrolyte for Li-ion batteries
2016-01Eco-friendly Energy Storage System: Seawater and Ionic Liquid ElectrolyteKim, Jae-Kwang; Mueller, Franziska; Kim, Hyojin, et alARTICLE743 Eco-friendly Energy Storage System: Seawater and Ionic Liquid Electrolyte
2016-01Effect of sol-gel process parameters on the properties of a Li1.3Ti1.7Al0.3(PO4)(3) solid electrolyte for Li-ion batteriesLee, Seoung Soo; Lee, Jing; Jung, Yeon-Gil, et alARTICLE300 Effect of sol-gel process parameters on the properties of a Li1.3Ti1.7Al0.3(PO4)(3) solid electrolyte for Li-ion batteries
2015-12Rechargeable aqueous Na-air batteries: Highly improved voltage efficiency by use of catalystsSahgong, Sun Hye; Senthilkumar, S.T.; Kim, Kyoungho, et alARTICLE873 Rechargeable aqueous Na-air batteries: Highly improved voltage efficiency by use of catalysts
2015-12A hybrid solid electrolyte for flexible solid-state sodium batteriesKim, Jae-Kwang; Lim, Young Jun; Kim, Hyojin, et alARTICLE705 A hybrid solid electrolyte for flexible solid-state sodium batteries
2015-11Highly porous graphitic carbon and Ni2P2O7 for a high performance aqueous hybrid supercapacitorSenthilkumar, Baskar; Khan, Ziyauddin; Park, Seungyoung, et alARTICLE892 Highly porous graphitic carbon and Ni2P2O7 for a high performance aqueous hybrid supercapacitor
2015-09Lithium ion dynamics in Li2S+GeS2+GeO2 glasses studied using Li-7 NMR field-cycling relaxometry and line-shape analysisGabriel, Jan; Petrov, Oleg V.; Kim, Youngsik, et alARTICLE733 Lithium ion dynamics in Li2S+GeS2+GeO2 glasses studied using Li-7 NMR field-cycling relaxometry and line-shape analysis

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