- Stanford University 공학박사
- 마이크로/나노 스케일 열전도, 박막의 열물성 측정, 반도체 재료, 반도체 디바이스 열관리, 에너지 변환
Ph.D., Stanford University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, U.S.A., 2014.09 M.S., Stanford University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, U.S.A., 2010.06 B.S, Seoul National University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea, 2008.02
Assistant Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2016 – present Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University, U.S.A., 2014 – 2016 Development of thermoreflectance thermometry techniques for thermal property measurements of advanced semiconductor thin films and nanostructures, National Research Foundation of Korea, 2016.06-2019.05 Phonon thermal conductivity reduction and ZT enhancement in Bi2Te3 thin films, National Research Foundation of Korea, 2016.12-2017.11 Multicarrier and low-dimensional thermal conduction at interfaces for high power electronic devices, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, USA, 2012.04-2015.03 Device-level thermal management for gallium nitride high electron mobility transistors, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, USA, 2010.09-2011.08
J. Cho and K. E. Goodson, 2015, "Thermal Transport: Cool Electronics," Nature Materials, 14(2): 136–137. J. Cho, Y. Li, W. Hoke, D. H. Altman, M. Asheghi, and K. E. Goodson, 2014, "Phonon Scattering in Strained Transition Layers for GaN Heteroepitaxy," Physical Review B, 89(11): 115301. J. Cho, D. Francis, D. H. Altman, M. Asheghi, and K. E. Goodson, 2017, "Phonon Conduction in GaN-Diamond Composite Substrates," Journal of Applied Physics, 121(5): 055105.
Member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME (– Present) Member of Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers KSME (2016– Present)
Thermal science, heat transfer, micro- and nanoscale heat conduction, electronics cooling, energy conversion, experimental characterization of thermal properties (ultrafast optical methods)