구성원

PEOPLE

Professor

Research area

고분자 재료 및 가공, 고성능 고분자 복합재료, 전도성 고분자

Polymer processing and material, high performance composites, conducting polymer

Education
Ph.D. : 1992, Polymer Science and Plastic Engineering
University of Massachusetts, Lowell (USA)
M.S. : 1988, Plastic Engineering
University of Massachusetts, Lowell (USA)
B.S. : 1984, Textile Engineering
Hanyang University (Korea)
Positions and employment
1993-present : Assistant / Associate / Full Professor
Department of Organic and Nano Engineering
Hanyang University (Korea)
2018 : President
The Korean Fiber Society
2016-present : Director
The Research Institute of Industrial Science, Hanyang University (Korea)
Key Research Institute designated by the National Research Foundation of Korea
Research interests

Fully Return-to-Nature Composites for Low CO2 Emission

- Fabrication and evaluation of cellulosic materials reinforced polylactide composites

- Synthesis of bio-based polyurethane (BPU) and development of BPU nanocomposites reinforced by nanoreinforcement

- Analysis for biodegradability of fully return-to-nature composites


Preparation of Nanocellulose for Fully Return-to-Nature Composites

- Development of nanocellulose as a reinforcement for fully return-to-nature composites by chemical and mechanical methods

- Investigation of morphology and reinforcing effect of nanocellulose in the biodegradable polymer matrix


Conducting Polymer Based on Carbon Materials for Organic Solar Cells Electrode

- Various synthetic methods for conducting polymer composites such as electrochemical polymerization, emulsion and inverse emulsion polymerizations, and dispersion polymerization

- Development of high conducting polymer materials by incorporating carbon materials


High Performance Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polymer Composites

- Fabrication of high performance thermotropic liquid crystalline polymer nanocomposites by melt compounding process which facilitates commercial scale-up

- Chemical modification of reinforcement for uniform dispersion and enhancement of interfacial adhesion between reinforcement and matrix