Transparent and Flexible Fingerprint Sensor Array with Multiplexed Detection of Tactile Pressure and Skin Temperature
We developed a transparent and flexible, capacitive fingerprint sensor array with multiplexed, simultaneous detection of tactile pressure and finger skin temperature for mobile smart devices. In our approach, networks of...
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A Full-Visible-Spectrum Invisibility Cloak for Mesoscopic Metal Wires
Structured metals can sustain a very large scattering cross-section that is induced by localized surface plasmons, which often has an adverse effect on their use as transparent electrodes in displays, touch screens, and ...
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Soft, smart contact lenses with integrations of wireless circuits, glucose sensors, and displays
Recent advances in wearable electronics combined with wireless communications are essential to the realization of medical applications through health monitoring technologies. For example, a smart contact lens, which is c...
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Wearable smart sensor systems integrated on soft contact lenses for wireless ocular diagnostics
Wearable contact lenses which can monitor physiological parameters have attracted substantial interests due to the capability of direct detection of biomarkers contained in body fluids. However, previously reported conta...
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High dielectric performances of flexible and transparent cellulose hybrid films controlled by multidimensional metal nanostructures
Various wearable electronic devices have been developed for extensive outdoor activities. The key metrics for these wearable devices are high touch sensitivity ...
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Integrated arrays of air-dielectric graphene transistors as transparent active-matrix pressure sensors for wide pressure ranges
Integrated electronic circuitries with pressure sensors have been extensively researched as a key component for emerging electronics applications such as electronic skins and health-monitoring devices. Although existing ...
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Photo-patternable and Transparent Films Using Cellulose Nanofibers for Stretchable, Origami Electronics
Substantial progress in flexible or stretchable electronics over the past decade has extensively impacted various technologies such as wearable devices, displays and automotive electronics for smart cars. An important ch...
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Fully-integrated, bezel-less transistor arrays using reversibly foldable interconnects and stretchable origami substrates
Here we demonstrate fully-integrated, bezel-less transistor arrays using stretchable origami substrates and foldable conducting interconnects. Reversible folding of these arrays is enabled by origami substrates which are...
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High-resolution electrohydrodynamic jet printing of small-molecule organic light-emitting diodes
The development of alternative organic light-emitting diode (OLED) fabrication technologies for high-definition and low-cost displays is an important research topic as conventional fine metal mask-assisted vacuum evapora...
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High-Resolution Printing of 3D Structures Using an Electrohydrodynamic Inkjet with Multiple Functional Inks
Electrohydrodynamic-inkjet-printed high-resolution complex 3D structures with multiple functional inks are demonstrated. Printed 3D structures can...
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MBC : 박장웅 교수 연구팀, 디스플레이 지문 인식 투명센서 개발

울산 MBC에서 우리 '투명 지문 센서' 연구를 소개하였습니다.

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    동아사이언스: 디스플레이 지문 인식, 은나노섬유로 해결
    동아사이언스 2018년 7월 26일 보도
  • 교수님께서 일산에서 개최된 'NANO KOREA 2018'에서 초청강연을 하셨습니다.
    교수님께서 일산에서 개최된 'NANO KOREA 2018'에서 초청강연을 하셨습니다.
    학회 명: NANO KOREA 2018 학회 Program: TS07. Sensor & Actuator 개최국: 한국 개최도시: 일산 발표제목: Transparent and wearable sensors using 1D-2D hybrid nanostructures 발표날짜: 18.07.12
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Research (연구)

Our laboratory focuses on fabrications of wireless, wearable opto-electronic devices as free-form electronics with IoT (Internet of Things) technology, including transparent, foldable, stretchable, 4D-printable, or self-healable properties of devices. We seek to exploit Human-centered ICT Convergence, by studying interesting properties of nanomaterials, and developing novel methods for fabrication of wearable devices with unconventional geometries (i.e. transparent, foldable, stretchable, 4D-printable, or self-healable structures) using diverse nanomaterials.

Our goal is to explore new science and technology by combining electronics with human life and environment, and to transfer our knowledge to industries. This work is highly multidisciplinary, involving studies in materials science and engineering, electronics, chemistry, biology, device physics, and 3D nanofabrications.


우리 연구실은 형태를 자유롭게 변형할 수 있는, 사물인터넷 기반의 웨어러블 전자 디바이스 제작 연구를 진행합니다. 투명하면서 접거나 잡아당길 수 있고, 4차원 프린팅 가능하며, 자가치유 특성을 지니는 전자 디바이스 및 디스플레이 구현이 그 예입니다. 다양한 나노재료들을 개발하여, 인간중심의 ICT 융합 연구를 추구합니다.

또한 이들 분야에 대한 다양한 연구 결과들을 실제 산업에 적용하는 것을 목표로 합니다. 우리 연구실에서는 재료공학, 화학, 물리, 나노소자 제조 공정 및 전자공학, 생물학 등등의 여러 학문분야에 걸친 종합적인 접근을 기반으로 연구를 수행합니다.

Our current research includes the following topics (현재 진행중인 연구분야):
  1. 1) Synthesis of novel nanomaterials (나노 신소재)
  2. 2) Transparent, foldable, stretchable, or self-healable electronics and displays
    (투명, 신축성, 자가치유 디바이스/디스플레이)
  3. 3) 4D printing and IoT technology (4D 프린팅 및 사물인터넷)
  4. 4) Wireless biosensors and implantable medical devices (무선 바이오센서/메디컬 디바이스)

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