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Choi, Moon Kee (최문기)

Department
Department of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학과)
Website
https://sites.google.com/view/moonkeechoigroup
Lab
Nano/Bio Electronics Lab. (나노/바이오 전자소자 연구실)
Research Keywords
웨어러블 전자소자, 임플란터블 전자소자, 양자점 디스플레이, 4D 프린팅, 스트레처블 전자소자, 웨어러블, 생체삽입형, wearable electronics, quantum dot display, 4D printing, Stretchable electronic device, wearable, bioimplantable
Research Interests
To achieve the soft and stretchable nature in high performance electronics and to apply this technology to wearable biomedical electronics/optoelectronics/soft-robotics, several strategies need to be employed, such as the designed assembly of high-quality nanomaterials and new design of individual devices with deformable structures. We seek to develop novel nanocomposites and their printing technologies by controlling their interfacial properties to achieve multidimensional form factors and deformability while maintaining the unique optical/electrical/mechanical properties of each nanomaterial. We want to develop high performance wearable/implantable electronic devices and soft robots to improve human life and well-being.
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2021-03Material Design for 3D Multifunctional Hydrogel Structure PreparationShin, Woohyeon; Kim, Jun Seop; Kim, Heesung, et alARTICLE13 Material Design for 3D Multifunctional Hydrogel Structure Preparation
2021-033D Antidrying Antifreezing Artificial Skin Device with Self-Healing and Touch Sensing CapabilityShin, Woohyeon; Kim, Jun Seop; Choi, Hui Ju, et alARTICLE9 3D Antidrying Antifreezing Artificial Skin Device with Self-Healing and Touch Sensing Capability
2021-01Toward Full-Color Electroluminescent Quantum Dot DisplaysYang, Jiwoong; Choi, Moon Kee; Yang, U Jeong, et alARTICLE66 Toward Full-Color Electroluminescent Quantum Dot Displays
2020-09An aquatic-vision-inspired camera based on a monocentric lens and a silicon nanorod photodiode arrayKim, Min Sung; Lee, Gil Ju; Choi, Changsoon, et alARTICLE138 An aquatic-vision-inspired camera based on a monocentric lens and a silicon nanorod photodiode array
2020-05Materials engineering, processing, and device application of hydrogel nanocompositesCha, Gi Doo; Lee, Wang Hee; Lim, Chanhyuk, et alARTICLE83 Materials engineering, processing, and device application of hydrogel nanocomposites
2019-08Liquid Pockets Encapsulated in MoS2 Liquid CellsYang, Jiwoong; Choi, Moon Kee; Ercius, Peter, et alARTICLE210 Liquid Pockets Encapsulated in MoS2 Liquid Cells
2019-03MoS2 Liquid Cell Electron Microscopy Through Clean and Fast Polymer-Free MoS2 TransferYang, Jiwoong; Choi, Moon Kee; Sheng, Yuewen, et alARTICLE298 MoS2 Liquid Cell Electron Microscopy Through Clean and Fast Polymer-Free MoS2 Transfer
2018-04Flexible quantum dot light-emitting diodes for next-generation displaysChoi, Moon Kee; Yang, Jiwoong; Hyeon, Taeghwan, et alARTICLE302 Flexible quantum dot light-emitting diodes for next-generation displays
2018-01Extremely Vivid, Highly Transparent, and Ultrathin Quantum Dot Light-Emitting DiodesChoi, Moon Kee; Yang, Jiwoong; Kim, Dong Chan, et alARTICLE279 Extremely Vivid, Highly Transparent, and Ultrathin Quantum Dot Light-Emitting Diodes
2017-11Human eye-inspired soft optoelectronic device using high-density MoS2-graphene curved image sensor arrayChoi, Changsoon; Choi, Moon Kee; Liu, Siyi, et alARTICLE334 Human eye-inspired soft optoelectronic device using high-density MoS2-graphene curved image sensor array
2017-10Ultrathin Quantum Dot Display Integrated with Wearable ElectronicsKim, Jaemin; Shim, Hyung Joon; Yang, Jiwoong, et alARTICLE299 Ultrathin Quantum Dot Display Integrated with Wearable Electronics
2017-06Fully Stretchable Optoelectronic Sensors Based on Colloidal Quantum Dots for Sensing Photoplethysmographic SignalsKim, Tae-Ho; Lee, Chang-Seok; Kim, Sangwon, et alARTICLE295 Fully Stretchable Optoelectronic Sensors Based on Colloidal Quantum Dots for Sensing Photoplethysmographic Signals
2017-02Wearable Force Touch Sensor Array Using a Flexible and Transparent ElectrodeSong, Jun-Kyul; Son, Donghee; Kim, Jaemin, et alARTICLE261 Wearable Force Touch Sensor Array Using a Flexible and Transparent Electrode
2016-11Colloidal Synthesis of Uniform-Sized Molybdenum Disulfide Nanosheets for Wafer-Scale Flexible Nonvolatile MemorySon, Donghee; Chae, Sue In; Kim, Myungbin, et alARTICLE291 Colloidal Synthesis of Uniform-Sized Molybdenum Disulfide Nanosheets for Wafer-Scale Flexible Nonvolatile Memory
2016-11Nanomaterial-Based Soft Electronics for Healthcare ApplicationsChoi, Changsoon; Choi, Moon Kee; Hyeon, Taeghwan, et alARTICLE265 Nanomaterial-Based Soft Electronics for Healthcare Applications
2016-03Deformable devices with integrated functional nanomaterials for wearable electronicsKim, Jaemin; Lee, Jongsu; Son, Donghee, et alARTICLE270 Deformable devices with integrated functional nanomaterials for wearable electronics
2016-02Designed Assembly and Integration of Colloidal Nanocrystals for Device ApplicationsYang, Jiwoong; Choi, Moon Kee; Kim, Dae-Hyeong, et alARTICLE261 Designed Assembly and Integration of Colloidal Nanocrystals for Device Applications
2016-01Cephalopod-Inspired Miniaturized Suction Cups for Smart Medical SkinChoi, Moon Kee; Park, Ok Kyu; Choi, Changsoon, et alARTICLE289 Cephalopod-Inspired Miniaturized Suction Cups for Smart Medical Skin
2015-12Thermally Controlled, Patterned Graphene Transfer Printing for Transparent and Wearable Electronic/Optoelectronic SystemChoi, Moon Kee; Park, Inhyuk; Kim, Dong Chan, et alARTICLE273 Thermally Controlled, Patterned Graphene Transfer Printing for Transparent and Wearable Electronic/Optoelectronic System
2015-10Route to the Smallest Doped Semiconductor: Mn2+-Doped (CdSe)13 ClustersYang, Jiwoong; Fainblat, Rachel; Kwon, Soon Gu, et alARTICLE843 Route to the Smallest Doped Semiconductor: Mn2+-Doped (CdSe)13 Clusters

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