Tae Il Lee

Advanced Electronic Materials Laboratory



Professor. Taell Lee
Associate Professor

Research professor, Yonsei University
Senior Researcher, Samsung Electronics
Ph.D., Yonsei University (2007)
M.S., Yonsei University (2002)
B.S., Yonsei University (2000)

Rm #211 Gachon Bionano Research Institute (T. +82-31-750-8529)
t2.lee77@gachon.ac.kr

Advanced Electronic Materials Laboratory
NANOMATERIALS SYNTHESIS & ASSMBLY; MOLECULAR SCIENCES & ENGINEERING; ADVANCED MATERIALS DESIGN & PROCESSING;

Advanced Electronic Materials Laboratory

Prof. Lee’s group is focusing on "Advanced Electronic Materials" using Nanomaterials, Organic/Inorganic Materials, Hybrid composites for human-interactive functional devices which have novel capabilities such as Stretchability, self-healing ability, nanoconfinement effect, biocompatibility. Based on the advanced electronic materials, our research group has developed functional electronic devices including electronic skin sensors, stretchable polymer/nanowire transistors, deformable LEDs, flexible solar cells, wearable thermoelectric generators for next-generation electronic devices


CURRENT RESEARCH EFFORT

Advanced Electronic Materials using Nanomaterials, Organic/Inorganic Materials, Hybrid composites for human-interactive functional devices which have novel capabilities such as Stretchability, self-healing ability, nanoconfinement effect, biocompatibility.
- NANOMATERIALS SYNTHESIS & ASSMBLY
- MOLECULAR SCIENCES & ENGINEERING
- ADVANCED MATERIALS DESIGN & PROCESSING

SELECTED PUBLICATION


2019

Blocking of the 1T-to-2H phase transformation of chemically exfoliated transition metal disulfides by using a “lattice lock” Nano energy 56, 65-73 (2019)

2017

Nonlinear piezoelectric dual sensor for the detection of angle and radius of a bending deformation Nano energy 38, 232-238 (2017)
Thermosensitive, stretchable, and piezoelectric substrate for generation of myogenic cell sheet fragments from human mesenchymal stem cells for skeletal muscle regeneration Advanced Functional Materials 27, 1703853 (2017)

2016

Chemically exfoliated transition metal dichalcogenide nanosheets based-wearable thermoelectric generator Energy & Environmental Science, 9, 1696-1705 (2016)

2014

Ultrathin self-powered artificial skin Energy & Environmental Science 7, 3994-3999 (2014)


Gachon university Materials & Science Engineering