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Talks given at univer sities and research labs
  • 1. “Nanocatalysts and Energy Dissipation at Surfaces”, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT)
    Republic of Korea, June 16 (2009)

  • 2. “Controlling the Catalytic Activity and Selectivity by Tailoring the Size and the Composition of Bimetallic Nanoparticles”
    Honda Initiation Grant 2008 symposium, Cary, North Carolina, November 12, (2008)

  • 3. “Atomic scale dissipation of mechanical energy probed with scanning probe microscopy”
    Kaist, August 06 (2008)

  • 4. “Atomic scale dissipation of mechanical energy probed with scanning probe microscopy”
    Postech, Department of Physics, August 04 (2008)

  • 5. “Nanomechanics, tribology, and charge transport probed with scanning probe microscopy”
    Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Seoul, Korea, August 23 (2007)

  • 6. “Nanomechanics, tribology, and charge transport probed with scanning probe microscopy”
    Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, August 22 (2007)

  • 7. “Nanomechanics, tribology, and charge transport probed with scanning probe microscopy”
    Korean Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS), Taejon, Korea, August 21 (2007)

  • 8. “The Catalytic Nanodiode: Detecting Continuous Hot Electron Flow at Oxide-Metal Interfaces Generated by Exothermic Chemical Reaction” (invited talk)
    Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, October 4 (2006)

  • 9. “Nanomechanics and tribology explored with scanning probe microscopy”
    Colloquium in Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, June 14 (2005)

  • 10. “Atomic or molecular scale probe of correlation between materials properties” (invited presentation)
    Colloquium Physics Department, Texas A&M University Jan 20 (2005)

  • 11. “Novel friction properties of quasicrystals”(invited presentation)
    What Physicists do series Colloquium, Department of Physics and Astronomy. The Sonoma State University, CA. Feb 22 (2005)

  • 12. “Atomic scale friction properties of quasicrystals”(invited presentation)
    Colloquium in Department of Physics and Astronomy, the California State University at Sacramento, March 3 (2005)

  • 13. “Mechanical and charge transport properties of novel materials at the atomic and molecular scale”(invited presentation)
    Agilent Lab, Palo Alto. CA, November 11 (2004)

  • 14. “Scanning probe investigation of novel tribological properties of quasicrystals”
    Department of Physics, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, April 29 (2004)

  • 15. “Scanning probe investigation of novel tribological properties of quasicrystals”
    Department of Material Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, May 11 (2004)

  • 16. “Scanning probe investigation of novel tribological properties of quasicrystals”
    Department of Physics, Sejong University, Seoul, Korea, May 2 (2004)

  • 17. “Nanotribological investigation of quasicrystal“
    Ames Lab and Iowa State University, Iowa, April 6 (2004)

  • 18. “Scanning tunneling microscopy and conductance characterization of operating microelectronic devices”
    condensed matter physics seminar, University of Maryland (2003)

  • 19. “Scanning probe investigation of nanofabrication and characterization of semiconductor device”
    Naval Research Laboratory (2003)

  • 20. “Scanning probe investigation of nanofabrication and characterization of semiconductor device”
    Los Alamos National Laboratory (2003)

  • 21. “STM aligned Electron Projection Microscopy”
    condensed matter physics seminar, University of Maryland, (1999)