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Kim, BongSoo (김봉수)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
http://chemistry.unist.ac.kr/faculty/kim-bongsoo/
Lab
Polymer & Organic Semiconductor Lab. (고분자/유기 반도체 연구실)
Research Keywords
고분자화학, 재료화학, 유기 반도체, Polymer, Materials Chemistry, organic solar cells, organic transistors, quantum dot light emitting diodes, molecular electronics, Organic semiconductor
Research Interests
Conjugated polymers and organic materials are highly interesting for future optoelectronic applications including organic solar cells, organic transistors, organic thermoelectrics, organic photodiodes, quantum dot light emitting diodes, organic light emitting diodes, and molecular electronics. We design and synthesize new polymer/organic semiconducting materials to obtain desirable optical and electronic properties. More specifically, molecular energy level, bandgap, carrier mobility, crystallinity, and film morphology are controlled by developing new conjugated molecular backbone and introducing functional groups. Additionally, device engineering is being conducted to improve electrical performance.
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2011-12Molecular Tunnel Junctions Based on pi-Conjugated Oligoacene Thiols and Dithiols between Ag, Au, and Pt Contacts: Effect of Surface Linking Group and Metal Work FunctionKim, BongSoo; Choi, Seong Ho; Zhu, X. -Y., et alARTICLE163 Molecular Tunnel Junctions Based on pi-Conjugated Oligoacene Thiols and Dithiols between Ag, Au, and Pt Contacts: Effect of Surface Linking Group and Metal Work Function
2010-09Quinacridone-Based Molecular Donors for Solution Processed Bulk-Heterojunction Organic Solar CellsChen, John Jun-An; Chen, Teresa L.; Kim, BongSoo, et alARTICLE200 Quinacridone-Based Molecular Donors for Solution Processed Bulk-Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells
2010-06Bodipy-backboned polymers as electron donor in bulk heterojunction solar cellsKim, BongSoo; Ma, Biwu; Donuru, Venkat R., et alARTICLE199 Bodipy-backboned polymers as electron donor in bulk heterojunction solar cells
2010-04Solution-Processable Crystalline Platinum-Acetylide Oligomers with Broadband Absorption for Photovoltaic CellsZhao, Xiaoyong; Piliego, Claudia; Kim, BongSoo, et alARTICLE184 Solution-Processable Crystalline Platinum-Acetylide Oligomers with Broadband Absorption for Photovoltaic Cells
2010-03Transition from Tunneling to Hopping Transport in Long, Conjugated Oligo-imine Wires Connected to MetalsChoi, Seong Ho; Risko, Chad; Delgado, M. Carmen Ruiz, et alARTICLE211 Transition from Tunneling to Hopping Transport in Long, Conjugated Oligo-imine Wires Connected to Metals
2009-08Electrical Charge Transport in Conjugated Polymers: Probing the Physical Organic Chemistry of Hopping Conduction in Molecular WiresChoi, SH; Kim, BongSoo; Frisbie, CDARTICLE199
2008-11Printable ion-gel gate dielectrics for low-voltage polymer thin-film transistors on plasticCho, Jeong Ho; Lee, Jiyoul; Xia, Yu, et alARTICLE209 Printable ion-gel gate dielectrics for low-voltage polymer thin-film transistors on plastic
2008-06Electrical resistance of long conjugated molecular wiresChoi, Seong Ho; Kim, BongSoo; Frisbie, C. DanielARTICLE168 Electrical resistance of long conjugated molecular wires
2008-05Measuring relative barrier heights in molecular electronic junctions with transition voltage spectroscopyBeebe, Jeremy M.; Kim, BongSoo; Frisbie, C. Daniel, et alARTICLE198 Measuring relative barrier heights in molecular electronic junctions with transition voltage spectroscopy
2008-02High-capacitance ion gel gate dielectrics with faster polarization response times for organic thin film transistorsCho, Jeong Ho; Lee, Jiyoul; He, Yiyong, et alARTICLE226 High-capacitance ion gel gate dielectrics with faster polarization response times for organic thin film transistors
2008-02Redox-active molecular wires incorporating ruthenium(II) alpha-arylacetylide complexes for molecular electronicsOlivier, Celine; Kim, BongSoo; Touchard, Daniel, et alARTICLE176 Redox-active molecular wires incorporating ruthenium(II) alpha-arylacetylide complexes for molecular electronics
2007-05Temperature and length dependence of charge transport in redox-active molecular wires incorporating ruthenium(II) bis(sigma-arylacetylide) complexesKim, BongSoo; Beebe, Jeremy M.; Olivier, Celine, et alARTICLE183 Temperature and length dependence of charge transport in redox-active molecular wires incorporating ruthenium(II) bis(sigma-arylacetylide) complexes
2006-07Transition from direct tunneling to field emission in metal-molecule-metal junctionsBeebe, Jeremy M.; Kim, BongSoo; Gadzuk, J. W., et alARTICLE182 Transition from direct tunneling to field emission in metal-molecule-metal junctions
2006-04Correlation between HOMO alignment and contact resistance in molecular junctions: Aromatic thiols versus aromatic isocyanidesKim, B; Beebe, JM; Jun, Y, et alARTICLE205 Correlation between HOMO alignment and contact resistance in molecular junctions: Aromatic thiols versus aromatic isocyanides
2005-12Dispersive charge transport due to strong charge-dipole interactions of cyano-group in the cyano-carbazole based molecular glassOh, DK; Hong, SM; Lee, CE, et alARTICLE189 Dispersive charge transport due to strong charge-dipole interactions of cyano-group in the cyano-carbazole based molecular glass
2004-09Charge mobilities and luminescence characteristics of blue-light emitting bent carbazole trimers connected through vinylene linkers - effect of nitrile substituentsKim, BS; Joo, SH; Oh, D, et alARTICLE223 Charge mobilities and luminescence characteristics of blue-light emitting bent carbazole trimers connected through vinylene linkers - effect of nitrile substituents
2002-10Photoluminescence and electroluminescence properties of poly(9-vinylcarbarzole) doped with anthracence derivatives containing bis(ethynylphenyl oxadiazole) or bis(vinylphenyl oxadiazole) substituentsNam, Nguyen Phuong Hoai; Cha, Soon Wook; Kim, BongSoo, et alARTICLE215 Photoluminescence and electroluminescence properties of poly(9-vinylcarbarzole) doped with anthracence derivatives containing bis(ethynylphenyl oxadiazole) or bis(vinylphenyl oxadiazole) substituents

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