SubjectNanotechnology Convergence of IT, ET, BT
Date10:30 ~ 12:00, Wednesday, Arpil 15, 2015
SpeakerProf. Kim Jong-min, The university of Oxford
PlaceWooribyul Seminar Room(#2201)
1. Quantum Dots and Nano Materials for display/lighting, image sensors His work on Quantum Dot materials and devices began in around 2002 when he turned the research subject from development of CL and/or PL phosphors to research on EL devices and various convergence technologies related to solar cells and batteries. Based on nano-phosphor technology, he had found various new QD materials, structures and devices. 2. Nano Carbon and Electronics for flexible electrode, TFT, photonics, and sensors His interests in nano carbon such as CNTs and Graphene and their applications go back to 1998. As an ideal electron emitter, CNTs have been studied at the early stage of his nanocarbon related work from 1998 to 2004 then he had published more than 100 papers on nanocarbons and their applications. Nano carbon has been one of key subjects over his research career and it is still one of major focus of his group’s work. 3. Display, New Energy, and Medical Imaging System From early 1990’s, he had developed a number of display devices and systems such as FED, OLED, LCD, Laser TV, 3D TV, LED, PDP, flexible displays. He also had initiated various energy devices such as LIB, flexible battery and various types of solar cells at Samsung Electronics and it has been the framework of display and energy business of Samsung. He also has been leading research on the multi dose X-ray, and Tera Herz imaging system for future Samsung business, as well.
Professor Jong Min Kim is head of Electrical Engineering of Department of Engineering Science at University of Oxford since 2012. He was formerly Senior Vice President and Vice President in Samsung Electronics Corporate R&D Centre and Samsung SDI, Korea for 13 years. Professor Kim had previously held a variety of senior technology positions at the Samsung Group including Display and LEDs, Materials, Energy, Nanotechnologies, and Electronics research/developments. Professor Kim had managed several major projects in Samsung for 17 years and others (LG Electronics, e-Magin (East Fishkill, IBM) and else for several years. His research is described in more than 300 journal papers (including 8 Nature/Science, and Nature family journals), 250 publications on the Technical Digest and proceedings with around 100 keynote/invited speech at major international conference, and 253 patents (153 international patents).