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Shin, Tae Joo (신태주)

Department
Central Research Facility(연구지원본부)
Research Interests
Synchrotron Radiation Application Researches
Lab
UNIST Central Research Facilities (UCRF)
Website
http://ucrf.unist.ac.kr/
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2015-09A Morphological Transition of Inverse Mesophases of a Branched-Linear Block Copolymer Guided by Using CosolventsLa, Yunju; An, Tae Hyun; Shin, Tae Joo, et alARTICLE515 A Morphological Transition of Inverse Mesophases of a Branched-Linear Block Copolymer Guided by Using Cosolvents
2015-09Creation of liquid-crystal periodic zigzags by surface treatment and thermal annealingRyu, Seong Ho; Gim, Min-Jun; Cha, Yun Jeong, et alARTICLE421 Creation of liquid-crystal periodic zigzags by surface treatment and thermal annealing
2015-09Molecular orientation of a new anthracene derivative for highly-efficient blue fluorescence OLEDsSohn, Sunyoung; Kim, Myeong-Jong; Jung, Sungjune, et alARTICLE213 Molecular orientation of a new anthracene derivative for highly-efficient blue fluorescence OLEDs
2015-09Unusual Li-ion storage through anionic redox processes of bacteria-driven tellurium nanorodsKim, Min Gyu; Kim, Dong-Hun; Kim, Taeyang, et alARTICLE280 Unusual Li-ion storage through anionic redox processes of bacteria-driven tellurium nanorods
2015-08Stepwise Drug-Release Behavior of Onion-Like Vesicles Generated from Emulsification-Induced Assembly of Semicrystalline Polymer AmphiphilesPark, Mi-Kyoung; Jun, Sangmi; Kim, Inhye, et alARTICLE533 Stepwise Drug-Release Behavior of Onion-Like Vesicles Generated from Emulsification-Induced Assembly of Semicrystalline Polymer Amphiphiles
2015-08Nucleation and growth of a helical nanofilament (B4) liquid-crystal phase confined in nanobowlsRyu, Seong Ho; Kim, Hanim; Lee, Sunhee, et alARTICLE393 Nucleation and growth of a helical nanofilament (B4) liquid-crystal phase confined in nanobowls
2015-08Fluorination on both D and A units in D-A type conjugated copolymers based on difluorobithiophene and benzothiadiazole for highly efficient polymer solar cellsJo, Jea Woong; Jung, Jae Woong; Jung, Eui Hyuk, et alARTICLE288 Fluorination on both D and A units in D-A type conjugated copolymers based on difluorobithiophene and benzothiadiazole for highly efficient polymer solar cells
2015-07Long-term stability of CdSe/CdZnS quantum dot encapsulated in a multi-lamellar microcapsulePark, Sang-Yul; Kim, Hyo-Sun; Yoo, Jeseung, et alARTICLE439 Long-term stability of CdSe/CdZnS quantum dot encapsulated in a multi-lamellar microcapsule
2015-07Pronounced Cosolvent Effects in Polymer:Polymer Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells with Sulfur-Rich Electron-Donating and Imide-Containing Electron-Accepting PolymersNam, Sungho; Woo, Sungho; Seo, Jooyeok, et alARTICLE300 Pronounced Cosolvent Effects in Polymer:Polymer Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells with Sulfur-Rich Electron-Donating and Imide-Containing Electron-Accepting Polymers
2015-06Self-Assembled, Millimeter-Sized TIPS-Pentacene Spherulites Grown on Partially Crosslinked Polymer Gate DielectricYoo, Hocheon; Choi, Hyun Ho; Shin, Tae Joo, et alARTICLE331 Self-Assembled, Millimeter-Sized TIPS-Pentacene Spherulites Grown on Partially Crosslinked Polymer Gate Dielectric
2015-06Bathochromic shift in absorption spectra of conjugated polymer nanoparticles with displacement along backbonesSeo, Dongkyun; Park, Jonghyup; Shin, Tae Joo, et alARTICLE340 Bathochromic shift in absorption spectra of conjugated polymer nanoparticles with displacement along backbones
2015-05Dithienogermole-Containing Small-Molecule Solar Cells with 7.3% Efficiency: In-depth Study on the Effects of Heteroatom Substitution of Si with GeMoonm Mijin; Walker, Bright; Park, Song Yi, et alARTICLE829 Dithienogermole-Containing Small-Molecule Solar Cells with 7.3% Efficiency: In-depth Study on the Effects of Heteroatom Substitution of Si with Ge
2015-05In Operando Monitoring of the Pore Dynamics in Ordered Mesoporous Electrode Materials by Small Angle X-ray ScatteringPark, Gwi Ok; Yoon, Jeongbae; Park, Eunjun, et alARTICLE418 In Operando Monitoring of the Pore Dynamics in Ordered Mesoporous Electrode Materials by Small Angle X-ray Scattering
2015-05Physico-chemical confinement of helical nanofilamentsLee, S; Kim, H; Shin, Tae Joo, et alARTICLE366 Physico-chemical confinement of helical nanofilaments
2015-03Mesoporous monoliths of inverse bicontinuous cubic phases of block copolymer bilayersPark, Chiyoung; La, Yunju; An, Tae Hyun, et alARTICLE891 Mesoporous monoliths of inverse bicontinuous cubic phases of block copolymer bilayers
2015-03Solution self-Assembly of block copolymers containing a branched hydrophilic block into inverse bicontinuous cubic mesophasesAn, Tae Hyun; La, Yunju; Cho, Arah, et alARTICLE502 Solution self-Assembly of block copolymers containing a branched hydrophilic block into inverse bicontinuous cubic mesophases
2015-03Investigation of Structure-Property Relationships in Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Polymer Semiconductors via Side-Chain EngineeringBack, Jang Yeol; Yu, Hojeong; Song, Inho, et alARTICLE373 Investigation of Structure-Property Relationships in Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Polymer Semiconductors via Side-Chain Engineering
2015-03Ultrathin polycrystalline 6,13-Bis(triisopropylsilylethynyl)-pentacene filmsJung, Min-Cherl; Zhang, Dongrong; Nikiforov, Gueorgui O., et alARTICLE365 Ultrathin polycrystalline 6,13-Bis(triisopropylsilylethynyl)-pentacene films
2015-02Efficient Organic Photovoltaics Utilizing Nanoscale Heterojunctions in Sequentially Deposited Polymer/fullerene BilayerSeok, Jeesoo; Shin, Tae Joo; Park, Sungmin, et alARTICLE237 Efficient Organic Photovoltaics Utilizing Nanoscale Heterojunctions in Sequentially Deposited Polymer/fullerene Bilayer
2015-02Solution-processable all-small molecular bulk heterojunction films for stable organic photodetectors: near UV and visible light sensingLee, Hyena; Nam, Sungho; Kwon, Hyunju, et alARTICLE257 Solution-processable all-small molecular bulk heterojunction films for stable organic photodetectors: near UV and visible light sensing

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