报 告 人：Dr. Bong-Young Yoo
Dr. Bong-Young Yoo received his Bachelor degree and Master degree from Yonsei University in 1990 and 1992 respectively. He obtained his Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering from University of California at Los Angeles in 2003. From 2003 to 2008, Dr. Bong-Yyoung Yoo worked as a research staff at UCLA and UC Riverside respectively. From 2008 he has moved to Hanyang University as an assistant Professor of physics, and he has been promoted as associate Professor in 2013. His Research Interests include Nanoscale thermoelectric materials, Electrodeposition of functional materials, and Metal Interconnection of semiconductor devices.
Multi-dimensional nanostructures have been focused on as important building blocks because of their unique characteristics in nanofabrication. These elements are appealing for different physical or chemical properties against their bulk form, giving rise to products that are more compact, stronger and more efficient. However, exploiting the full potential of nanostructures and their characteristics has been limited by the inability to control the shape or size of these nano-entities. Recently many researches proposed the possibility of achieving the various type of shape in micro-nano scale particles, such as nano sheet or nano-crystal. These elements could provide the efficient properties caused by their shapes.
In this presentation, potential of electrochemical approach to synthesize the various shape of particle materials, which could utilize the strengthening of structural materials or enhancing the physical properties such as magnetics.