Young-Chul Kim Professor
- KAIST, 1991
- Organic/Polymer Electronic & Display Materials
- +82 31 201 3736
Ph.D., KAIST, Department of Chemical Engineering, Korea, 1991.2 M.S., KAIST, Department of Chemical Engineering, Korea, 1985.2 B.S, Seoul National University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Korea, 1983.2
Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2004 - present Principal Researcher, Korea Institute of Science & Technology, Korea, 1991 - 2003 Post-Doc., Liquid Crystal Institute, Kent State University, USA, 1993 - 1994 Development of Gas Barrier Films and Functional Coatings, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, 2010.09-2017.03. Development of Gas Barrier Coating Materials and Process for Transparent Polyimide Substrate, Samsung Display, 2014.03-2016.02. Fundamental Approach to Simplify the Structure of White OLEDs for Solid-State Lighting, National Research Foundation of Korea, 2009.09-2012.08.
S. Ahn, J. N. Kim, and Y.C. Kim, 2015, “Solid State Solvation Effect of a Donor-Acceptor Type Fluorescent Molecule and Its Application to White Organic Light-Emitting Diodes”, Current Applied Physics, 15: S42-S47. S. Ahn, Y.-B. Cha, M. Kim, K.-H. Ahn, and Y.C. Kim, 2015, “Synthesis, Characterization, and Electroluminescence Properties of a Donor–Acceptor Type Molecule for Highly Efficient Non-doped Green Organic Light-Emitting Diodes”, Synthetic Metals, 199: 8-13. M. Kim and Y. C. Kim, 2014, “Single Wall Carbon Nanotube/Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) Nanocomposite Film as a Transparent Electrode for Flexible Organic Light-emitting Diodes”, Synthetic Metals, 198: 31-35. J. I. Lee, S. H. Cho, S.-M. Park, J. K. Kim, J. K. Kim, J.-W. Yu, Y. C. Kim, and T. P. Russell, 2008, “Highly Aligned Ultrahigh Density Arrays of Conducting Polymer Nanorods using Block Copolymer Templates”, Nano Letters, 8(8): 2315-2320.
Member of Boards, Korea Polymer Society, 2010 - present Best Teaching Awards in School of Engineering, Kyung Hee University, 2011 ISI Citation Classic Award, Thomson Scientific, 2000
Organic light-emitting diodes, organic/polymer materials for information displays, opto-electronic and electro-optic polymer hybrid materials, electrical conducting polymers, gas barrier film technology for flexible displays.