Suk-Won Choi Professor
- Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2007
- Organic &Polymeric Materials
Ph.D., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Dep. of Organic and Polymeric Materials, Japan, 2007.3 M.S., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Dep. of Organic and Polymeric Materials, Japan, 1998.3 B.S, Hanyang University, Department of Textile Engineering, Korea, 1995.2
Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2008 – present Visiting Scholar, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, 2014-2015 Research Fellow, JST, Japan, 2007-2008 Senior Researcher, LG Display, Korea, 1998 – 2003
Suk-Won Choi et al., 2017, "Polymer Stabilization of Liquid-Crystal Blue Phase II toward Photonic Crystals" ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 9: 8941−8947. Suk-Won Choi et al., 2016, "Enhancing and reducing chirality by opposite circularly-polarized light irradiation on crystalline chiral domains consisting of nonchiral photoresponsive W-shaped liquid crystal molecules" Soft Matter, 12: 7937-7942. Suk-Won Choi et al., 2015, "Photomodulated Supramolecular Chirality in Achiral Photoresponsive Rod-Like Compounds Nanosegregated from the Helical Nanofilaments of Achiral Bent-Core Molecules" ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 7: 22686–22691. Suk-Won Choi et al., 2013, "Liquid crystalline blue phase II system comprising a bent-core molecule with a wide stable temperature range" ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 5: 8025-8029. Suk-Won Choi et al., 2013, "Liquid-Crystalline Blue Phase Laser with Widely Tunable Wavelength" Advanced Materials, 25: 3002-3006.
Director, Korean Information Display Society, 2014-present Best Paper Awards, Korean Federation of Science and Technology Society, 2016 Associate Editor, Journal of Information Display , 2014 - 2016 Best Teaching Awards in School of Engineering, Kyung Hee University, 2008 Award in Honor of Outstanding Research Activities (Tejima Seiichi Commemorative Foundation; Japan), 2008 Best Paper Award (A) of Japan Liquid Crystal Society, 1999 Japanese Government Scholarship, 1995-1998, 2003-2007
Science and Application of Organic Soft Matters and Functional Materials