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Lee, Sukbin (이석빈)

Department
Department of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학과)
Website
https://sites.google.com/site/smleelab/
Lab
Multidimensional Structural Materials Lab. (다차원 구조재료 연구실)
Research Keywords
구조재료, 금속재료, 전산재료학, Microstructural evolution, computational materials science, 3D materials science, advanced characterization
Research Interests
For many years, experiments and computer modeling methods have been significantly used for characterizing the microstructures of mesoscopic materials in order to study their relationship to desired properties and in order to optimize the materials design and performance.  In fact, many problems related to the properties of materials, such as corrosion, fatigue crack formation, fracture, mechanical responses, piezoelectric responses, and etc, are three-dimensional in nature because most practical mesoscopic materials have a polycrystalline or multi-phase structure with significant complexity in the spatial arrangement of the microstructural units (for example, spatial and size distributions of grains and particles, grain boundary and interphase boundary character/energy distributions, orientation texture, and etc.). This is especially true for metallic and ceramic structural and functional materials, since they are subject to various processes (for example, rolling, extrusion, tempering, sintering and etc) before commercializing.  Therefore, it is of great interest to characterize microstructural parameters and to reveal their effects on the properties of the materials in three dimensions for studying microstructure-property relationships.
General interests lie in, especially in meso-scale and in three-dimensions:1) generation and reconstruction of digital microstructures from simulations and experiments 2) microstructural evolution (grain growth, multi-phase coarsening, phase transformation, and etc.)3) numerical and experimental advanced characterization of microstructures4) measuring desired properties (mechanical, thermal, electric and magnetic responses) of various materials systems, generated by simulations and experiments in three-dimensions  (metals, ceramics, composites    for structural and functional materials) and their comparisons via experiments and simulations5) visualisation of three-dimensional data6) parallel computing simulations, and7) application of computational tools to various processes (rolling, sintering, and etc.)
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2021-04Geometric effects in cylindrical core/shell hard-soft exchange-coupled magnetic nanostructuresKim, Namkyu; Han, Hee-Sung; Lee, Sooseok, et alARTICLE67
2020-10Tension-compression asymmetry in plasticity of nanoporous goldJeon, Hansol; Lee, Sukbin; Kim, Ju-YoungARTICLE58 Tension-compression asymmetry in plasticity of nanoporous gold
2020-07A two-dimensional Monte Carlo model for pore densification in a bi-crystal via grain boundary diffusion: Effect of diffusion rate, initial pore distance, temperature, boundary energy and number of poresSon, Youngkyun; Chung, Hyesoo Belinda; Lee, SukbinARTICLE172 A two-dimensional Monte Carlo model for pore densification in a bi-crystal via grain boundary diffusion: Effect of diffusion rate, initial pore distance, temperature, boundary energy and number of pores
2020-01A three-dimensional Monte Carlo model for coarsening kinetics of the bi-continuous system via surface diffusion and its application to nanoporous goldSon, Gaeun; Son, Youngkyun; Jeon, Hansol, et alARTICLE350 A three-dimensional Monte Carlo model for coarsening kinetics of the bi-continuous system via surface diffusion and its application to nanoporous gold
2019-10Highly Efficient Flexible Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes Using the Modified PEDOT:PSS Hole Transport Layer and Polymer–Silver Nanowire Composite ElectrodeLee, Sang Yun; Nam, Yun Seok; Yu, Jae Choul, et alARTICLE288 Highly Efficient Flexible Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes Using the Modified PEDOT:PSS Hole Transport Layer and Polymer–Silver Nanowire Composite Electrode
2019-06Nanomechanical Approach for Flexibility of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite Solar CellsAhn, Seung-min; Jung, Eui Dae; Kim, Si-Hoon, et alARTICLE311 Nanomechanical Approach for Flexibility of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells
2019-01Flexibility of Semitransparent Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes Investigated by Tensile Properties of the Perovskite LayerLee, Sang Yun; Kim, Si-Hoon; Nam, Yun Seok, et alARTICLE426 Flexibility of Semitransparent Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes Investigated by Tensile Properties of the Perovskite Layer
2018-07Grain Boundary Conformed Volumetric Mesh Generation from a Three-Dimensional Voxellated Polycrystalline MicrostructureLee, Myeong-Jin; Jeon, Young-Ju; Son, Ga-Eun, et alARTICLE543 Grain Boundary Conformed Volumetric Mesh Generation from a Three-Dimensional Voxellated Polycrystalline Microstructure
2018-01Reaction characteristics of Ni-Al nanolayers by molecular dynamics simulationJung, Gwan Yeong; Jeon, Woo Cheol; Lee, Sukbin, et alARTICLE627 Reaction characteristics of Ni-Al nanolayers by molecular dynamics simulation
2018-01Highly efficient and stable inverted perovskite solar cell employing PEDOT:GO composite layer as a hole transport layerYu, Jae Choul; Hong, Ji A; Jung, Eui Dae, et alARTICLE757 Highly efficient and stable inverted perovskite solar cell employing PEDOT:GO composite layer as a hole transport layer
2017-11Investigation of the aging behavior and orientation relationships in Fe-31.4Mn-11.4Al-0.89C low-density steelLee, Keunho; Park, Seong-Jun; Kang, Jun-Yun, et alARTICLE673 Investigation of the aging behavior and orientation relationships in Fe-31.4Mn-11.4Al-0.89C low-density steel
2017-08Self-similarity in the structure of coarsened nanoporous goldJeon, Hansol; Kang, Na-Ri; Gwak, Eun-Ji, et alARTICLE815 Self-similarity in the structure of coarsened nanoporous gold
2017-02Effect of the solvent used for fabrication of perovskite films by solvent dropping on performance of perovskite light-emitting diodesYu, Jae Choul; Kim, Dae Woo; Kim, Da Bin, et alARTICLE665 Effect of the solvent used for fabrication of perovskite films by solvent dropping on performance of perovskite light-emitting diodes
2017-01Evaluation of tensile stress-strain curve of electroplated copper film by characterizing indentation size effect with a single nanoindentationKim, Si-Hoon; Kim, Young-Cheon; Lee, Sukbin, et alARTICLE692 Evaluation of tensile stress-strain curve of electroplated copper film by characterizing indentation size effect with a single nanoindentation
2016-11High-performance shape-engineerable thermoelectric paintingPark, Sung Hoon; Jo, Seungki; Kwon, Beomjin, et alARTICLE876 High-performance shape-engineerable thermoelectric painting
2014-08Fatigue crack initiation, slip localization and twin boundaries in a nickel-based superalloyStein, Clayton A.; Cerrone, Albert; Ozturk, Tugce, et alARTICLE729 Fatigue crack initiation, slip localization and twin boundaries in a nickel-based superalloy
2014-03Three-dimensional digital approximations of grain boundary networks in polycrystalsLee, Sukbin; Rohrer, G.S.; Rollett, A.D.ARTICLE641 Three-dimensional digital approximations of grain boundary networks in polycrystals
2014-02Interfacial orientation and misorientation relationships in nanolamellar Cu/Nb composites using transmission-electron-microscope-based orientation and phase mappingLiu, X.; Nuhfer, N.T.; Rollett, A.D., et alARTICLE734 Interfacial orientation and misorientation relationships in nanolamellar Cu/Nb composites using transmission-electron-microscope-based orientation and phase mapping
2013-03Study of the Effect of Pinning Particles on Grain Size DistributionsLi, Han; Lee, Sukbin; Rollett, Anthony D.ARTICLE405 Study of the Effect of Pinning Particles on Grain Size Distributions
2013-02Microstructure design of lead-free piezoelectric ceramicsLee, Sukbin; Key, T. S.; Liang, Z., et alARTICLE666 Microstructure design of lead-free piezoelectric ceramics

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