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Date Presenter Topic
Jan, 11 1. Yong Man Kim
2. Dr. Hyunsoo Lee
1. Investigate of liquid-solid interface with electrochemical scanning prove microscopy
2. Piezoresponse force microscopy (PFM) and piezoelectric coefficient measurement of diphenylalanine nanotubes
Jan, 20 1. Dr. Kalpataru Panda
2. Jeongjin Kim
1. Scanning probe microscopy studies on detecting electron field emission sites and charge patterning on nanostructured diamond films
2. An approach for CO2 hydrogenation over Mo-C/Au(111) model catalyst: IRRAS study
Jan. 25 Dr. Tran Si Bui Trung Pd-based catalysts for different applications and synthesis of transition-metal chalcogenides by wet-chemical approach
Feb. 1 1. Hyosun Lee
2. Song Yi Moon
1. Isotope Effect in Nonadiabatic Surface Reaction of H2 and D2 oxidation on Pt Surface Verified by Hot Electron Detection
2. Plasmonic Au nanoparticles over TiO2 nanotubes for Hot Electron-Driven Water Oxidation : a size effect study
Feb. 15 1. Changhwan Lee
2. Sunyoung Oh
1. A study on the correlation between momentum and collection of hot electrons by polarized electric field in 3D-plasmonic Au/TiO2 nanodiode
2. Investigation of strong metal support interaction in CO oxidation over supported Pt catalysts with DRIFT spectroscopy
Mar. 3 1. Si Woo Lee
2. Dr. Won Hui Doh
1. Hot Electron Flux under Methanol Oxidation
2. Adsorption and dissociation of CO2 on Rh(111) surface
Mar. 10 Prof. Jeong Young Park Current Status and Future Perspective of SCALE Lab In 2017
Mar. 17 1. Myung Cheol Noh
2. Hee Chan Song
1. Surface characterization of Ni and Ni oxide: A literature survey
2. Plasmonic Au nanoparticles on TiO2 for Hot Electron-Driven Water Oxidation : A size effect study
Mar. 24 1. Song Yi Moon
2. Dr. Indranil Mondal
1. ACS Practice Talk
Hot electron and surface plasmon- driven water splitting on Au nanoparticles/TiO2 nanotube arrays
2. solar photon conversion using heterostructured materials: Reconceptualization and future plans with plasmon analouge
Apr. 14 1. Jae-Eun Kim
2. Hanseul Choi
1. Enhanced pinning properties of EuBa2Cu3O7-δ superconducting films with Eu2O3 addition prepared by pulsed laser deposition
2. Studies of OSC toward CO-PROX Reaction & Synthesis of Molybdenum Oxide Particles and their Partial Oxidation Activity
Apr. 21 Dr. Joong Il Jake Choi Is graphene hydrophobic?
Apr. 28 1. Seunghee Lee
2. Kalyan Chakravarthy
1. hot electrons to study liquid/solid interfaces under catalytic reaction conditions
2. Efficient Detection of Hot Electron Flow Induced under Hydrogen Oxidation Reactions: Quantum Size effects of Pt/TiO2 Nanotube based Nanodiode
May. 12 1. Jaehyoen Kim
2. Hyunhwa Lee
1. Analysis of cross-plane thermal conduction in disordered, layerd MoS2 thin films with anisotropic Debye model
2. Grain boundaries effect in perovskite cell
May. 26 1. Jaehyoen Kim
2. Hyosun Lee
3. Siwoo Lee
Defence practice talk
1. Measurements and Control of Thermal Transport across Interfaces of Two-Dimensional Materials
2. Study on Quantitative Measurement and Manipulation of Hot Electrons for Catalytic Surface Reactions
Practice talk
3. Hot Electron Flux under Methanol Oxidation
June. 2 1. Jeongjin Kim
2. Eun Heui Gwag
Proposal practice talk
1. Onset of Pt-skin disintegration on Pt3Ni(111) surface by segregated Nickel oxide clusters
2. Carbon doped TiO2 nanotube for PEC water splitting under visible light
June. 9 1. Sang Jun Ko
2. Yong Man Kim
1. AFM Tapping induced triboelectric effect on nanoscale charge transfer
2. Observations of periodic cobalt octaehtylporphyrin on Au(111) surface at liquid interface with EC-STM
June. 23 1. Dr. Hyunsoo Lee
2. Dr. Ievgen I. Nedrygailov
1. Toward reliable visualization of chemical and biological phenomena
2. Chemical reactions at liquid/solid interface promoted by hot electrons
June. 30 1. Dr. Kalpataru Panda 1. Doping dependent electrostatic charge storage in Ultrananocrystalline diamond films
July. 7 1. Dr. Tran Si Bui Trung
2. Song Yi Moon
1. Influence of strong metal-support interations on the catalytic performance of CO oxidation reaction
2. Hot Electon and Surface plasmon-Driven Water Splitting on Au Nanoparticles/TiO2 Nanotube Arrays
July. 14 1.Jeongjin Kim
2. Sunyoung Oh
1.Recent Trends of Ultrafast Dynamics Studies using by X-ray Free Electron Laser(XFEL) Source
2. Shape Effects of Cu-CeO2 catalysts on the Activity and Selectivity for CO2 hydrogenation
July. 20 1.Changhwan Lee
2. Dr. Indranil Mondal
1. Hot electron flow in various plasmonic metal/TiO2 diodes
2. Lower 3d transition metal phosphides towards photoelectrocatalysis
Aug. 7 1. Dr. levgen I.Nedrygailov
2. Song Yi Moon
3. Dr. Hyunsoo Lee
IBS evaluation
1. Probing surface reactions and catalysis with hot electrons
2. Hot Electron-Driven Solar Water Splitting on Plasmonic Metal/Oxide Nanostructure
3. Nanoscale friction properties of water intercalated graphene on mica and its isotope effects
Aug. 25 1. Hee Chan Song
2. Dr. Won Hui Doh
1. Schottky Behavior of Gold Nanoparticles on TiO2 : A Size Effect Study
2. Surface Chemistry of Carbon Dioxide- make feedstock compounds from waste
Sep. 1 1. Myung Cheol Noh
2. Si Woo Lee
1. In-situ Surface Characterization under Electrochemical Environment: Application of EC-STM
2. Pt Mesh-TiO2 Catalytic Nanodiode for Detection of Hot Electrons; The Effect of Metal-Oxide Interface
Sep. 8 1. Hanseul Choi
2. Jae-Eun Kim
1. Mechanism Study of Ga-doped NiO on CO2 Hydrogenation: The role of Gallium
2. PART 1.Topological Dependence on Adhesive Force Mapping of SiO2 by the Peak Force Quantitative Nano Mechanical Mode (PF-QNM)
PART 2.The Effect of Hydrogenation on Contact Potential Difference of VO2 Nanorods by Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy
Sep. 22 1. Dr. Joong Il Jake Choi
2. Woo Seok Oh
1. AFM studies on graphite(HOPG) in pressure-controlled environment
2. Overview of MAPbBr3 perovskite solar cell
Oct. 13 1. Beomjoon Jeon
2. Yeob Heo
1. Estimation of Hot Electron Distribution using Metal-Semiconductor Schottky Nanodiode
2. Chemical sensing using Schottky nanodiodes in aluminium-water reation
Oct. 20 1. Heeyoung Kim
2. Dr. Kalyan Chakravarthy
1. Electrochemical oxidation of contaminants of emerging concerns (CECs) using CNT hollow fiber membrane
2. Efficient Detection of Hot Electron Folw Induced under Hydrogen Oxidation Reactions: Quantum Size effects of a 3D Pt/TiO2 Nanotube based Nanodiode
Oct. 27 1. Hyunhwa Lee
2. Eun Heui Gwag
1. Photocurrent detection under illumination with atomic force microscopy
2. The photoelectrochemical effects of Carbon dopants and Pt nanotubes on TiO2 nanotubes
Nov. 3 1. Sang Jun Ko
2. Yong Man Kim
1. Study on triboelectric effect in macroscale and micoroscale using TEG(triboelectric generator) and AFM
2. In situ Observations of Periodic Prphyrins from the solution/Au(111) Interface under UV light Irradiation at Molecular Lever
Nov. 10 1. Hyunhwa Lee
2. Dr. Ievgen I. Nedrygailov
Qual practice talk
1. Nanoscale Detection of Photocurrent on Au/TiO2 Plasmonic Schottky Diodes with Atomic Force Microscopy
2. Charge transfer at interfaces: Detection of hot charge carriers during catalytic and electrocatalytic reactions on metal surfaces
Dec. 1 1. Song Yi Moon
2. Eun Heui Gwag
3. Yong Man Kim
4. Sang Jun Ko
Practice talk
1. Plasmonic Hot Carrier-mediated Oxygen Evolution Reaction on Au nanoparticles/TiO2 Nanotube Arrays
2. Effects of Carbon Dopants Concentration on TiO2 Nanotube Arrays for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
3. In situ Observations of Periodic Porphyrins from the Solution/Au(111) Interface under UV Light Irradiation at Molecular Level
4. Study on triboelectric effect in macroscale and microscale using TEG(Triboelectric generator) and AFM(atomic force microscopy)
Dec. 8 1. Dr. Hyunsoo Lee
2. Dr. Kalpataru Panda
1. What we have achieved in 2017: tribology study(review & current status)
2. Doping & H2 plasma treatment to enhance the Electrostatic Charge Storage (ECS) properties in nanostructured Diamond films
Dec. 15 1. Dr. Tran Si Bui Trung
2. Dr. Hyosun Lee
1. Influence of acidic properties of metal supports on the catalytic performance of CO oxidation reaction
2. Atomic-Scale Understanding of Catalyst Structures under Dynamic Reaction Conditions Using In Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy