Solution-processed SnSe thermoelectric thin filmsHere, we show that highly textured and hole doped SnSe thin films with thermoelectric power factors at the single crystal level can be prepared by solution process... More Info
Ink Processing for Thermoelectric MaterialsIn this progress report, recent advances in the development of TE inks, processing techniques, and ink‐fabricated devices are reviewed... More Info
2D CdSe Slab-Diamine Quantum NetsIn this study, synthesis of inorganic–organic 2D CdSe slabs‐diaminooctane (DAO) porous quantum net structures is demonstrated. It is found that the hybrid 2D CdSe‐DAO lamellar structures... More Info
3D printing of shape-conformable thermoelectric materialsHerein, we report an extrusion-based three-dimensional printing method to produce thermoelectric materials with geometries suitable for heat sources... More Info
Nanomaterials Science and Engineering Lab (NSE)
The NSE focus on the development of novel architectured materials in multi-dimensions through programmed assembly or printing of tailored nanoscale building blocks. To this end, we study the chemical strategies to control over physicochemical properties of individual building blocks as well as their many-body interactions. Moreover, we develop new processing to build up designed architectures from nano- or micro-building blocks. Ultimately, we explore the application areas of architectured materials in multiple length scales as electronic and energy materials.
● Fredrick Kim won best poster award in ICT / ACT 2019 (Title : Rheological design of 3D printable all-inorganic inks using BiSbTe-based thermoelectric materials).
● Our paper entitled by "Polyphosphide Precursor for Low-Temperature Solution-Processed Fibrous Phosphorus Thin Films" is accepted in Chemistry of Materials.
● Our paper entitled by "Soluble Telluride-Based Molecular Precursor for Solution-Processed Flexible Thermoelectrics" is accepted in ACS Applied Energy Materials.
● The updated homepage is now open!
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