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Kim, Ju-Young (김주영)

Department
School of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학부)
Research Interests
Flexible / stretchable devices, nano-mechanics, nanoporous metal, materials reliability
Lab
Robust Multifunctional Materials Lab
Website
http://www.jyklab.org/
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2016-05Fully-integrated, bezel-less transistor arrays using reversibly foldable interconnects and stretchable origami substratesKim, Mijung; Park, Jihun; Ji, Sangyoon, et alARTICLE482 Fully-integrated, bezel-less transistor arrays using reversibly foldable interconnects and stretchable origami substrates
2016-04Weakened Flexural Strength of Nanocrystalline Nanoporous Gold by Grain RefinementGwak, Eun-Ji; Kim, Ju-YoungARTICLE549 Weakened Flexural Strength of Nanocrystalline Nanoporous Gold by Grain Refinement
2016-03Solution-Processable Glass LiI-Li4SnS4 Superionic Conductors for All-Solid-State Li-Ion BatteriesPark, Kern Ho; Oh, Dae Yang; Choi, Young Eun, et alARTICLE819 Solution-Processable Glass LiI-Li4SnS4 Superionic Conductors for All-Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries
2016-02Dependency of Electrochemical Performances of Silicon Lithium-Ion Batteries on Glycosidic Linkages of Polysaccharide BindersYoon, Da-Eun; Hwang, Chihyun; Kang, Na-Ri, et alARTICLE565 Dependency of Electrochemical Performances of Silicon Lithium-Ion Batteries on Glycosidic Linkages of Polysaccharide Binders
2016-01Stretchable, 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 alARTICLE744 Stretchable, Transparent Electrodes as Wearable Heaters Using Nanotrough Networks of Metallic Glasses with Superior Mechanical Properties and Thermal Stability
2016-01Modeling and Experimental Verification for Non-Equibiaxial Residual Stress Evaluated by Knoop IndentationsKim, Young-Cheon; Ahn, Hee-Jun; Kwon, Dongil, et alARTICLE686 Modeling and Experimental Verification for Non-Equibiaxial Residual Stress Evaluated by Knoop Indentations
2015-12Surface residual stress in soda-lime glass evaluated using instrumented spherical indentation testingAhn, Seung-min; Park, Sun-Young; Kim, Young-Cheon, et alARTICLE610 Surface residual stress in soda-lime glass evaluated using instrumented spherical indentation testing
2015-12Selectively accelerated lithium ion transport to silicon anodes via an organogel binderHwang, Chihyun; Cho, Yoon-Gyo; Kang, Na-Ri, et alARTICLE757 Selectively accelerated lithium ion transport to silicon anodes via an organogel binder
2015-10Predictions of frame compliance and apex morphology in sharp nanoindentationsKim, Ki-Bok; Lee Yun-Hee; Kim, Yongil, et alARTICLE728 Predictions of frame compliance and apex morphology in sharp nanoindentations
2015-09Highly Efficient Flexible Highly Efficient Flexible Optoelectronic Devices Using Metal Nanowire-Conducting Polymer Composite Transparent ElectrodeJung, Eui Dae; Nam, Yun Seok; Seo, Houn, et alARTICLE860 Highly Efficient Flexible Highly Efficient Flexible Optoelectronic Devices Using Metal Nanowire-Conducting Polymer Composite Transparent Electrode
2015-09Estimation of principal directions of Bi-axial residual stress using instrumented Knoop indentation testingKim, Young-Cheon; Choi, Min-Jae; Kwon, Dongil, et alARTICLE657 Estimation of principal directions of Bi-axial residual stress using instrumented Knoop indentation testing
2015-09Hardening of Bi-Te based alloys by dispersing B4C nanoparticlesJung, Sung-Jin; Park, Sun-Young; Kim, Byung Kyu, et alARTICLE635 Hardening of Bi-Te based alloys by dispersing B4C nanoparticles
2015-09Breathing silicon anodes for durable high-power operationsHwang, Chihyun; Joo, Sehun; Kang, Na-Ri, et alARTICLE674 Breathing silicon anodes for durable high-power operations
2015-06Amine-Based Interfacial Molecules for Inverted Polymer-Based Optoelectronic DevicesLee, Bo Ram; Lee, Seungjin; Park, Jong Hyun, et alARTICLE872 Amine-Based Interfacial Molecules for Inverted Polymer-Based Optoelectronic Devices
2015-04Effects of thermal aging on the microstructure of Type-II boundaries in dissimilar metal weld jointsYoo, Seung Chang; Choi, Kyoung Joon; Bahn, Chi Bum, et alARTICLE786 Effects of thermal aging on the microstructure of Type-II boundaries in dissimilar metal weld joints
2015-03Calibration of Nanoindentation Systems Based on the Reference Hardness of a Fused SilicaLee, Yun-Hee; Ahn, Seung-min; Kim, Ju-Young, et alARTICLE909 Calibration of Nanoindentation Systems Based on the Reference Hardness of a Fused Silica
2015-01Highly anisotropic power generation in piezoelectric hemispheres composed stretchable composite film for self-powered motion sensorChun, Jinsung; Kang, Na-R; Kim, Ju-Young, et alARTICLE840 Highly anisotropic power generation in piezoelectric hemispheres composed stretchable composite film for self-powered motion sensor
2014-10Multifunctional molecular design as an efficient polymeric binder for silicon anodes in lithium-ion batteriesJeena, M. T.; Lee, Jung-In; Kim, Si Hoon, et alARTICLE688 Multifunctional molecular design as an efficient polymeric binder for silicon anodes in lithium-ion batteries
2014-08Effect of contact angle on contact morphology and Vickers hardness measurement in instrumented indentation testingKang, Seung-Kyun; Kim, Young-Cheon; Lee, Jin-Woo, et alARTICLE563 Effect of contact angle on contact morphology and Vickers hardness measurement in instrumented indentation testing
2014-08Hydrophobic sponge structure-based triboelectric nanogeneratorLee, Keun Young; Chun, Jinsung; Lee, Ju-Hyuck, et alARTICLE781 Hydrophobic sponge structure-based triboelectric nanogenerator

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