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이충엽 교수(대학원 학과장)
  • 최종학위
  • University of California, Los Angeles 공학박사
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  • 유체공학
  • 연구분야
  • 마이크로/나노 스케일 유체역학, 계면현상
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  • cylee@khu.ac.kr
 Ph.D., UCLA, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, United States, 2010.09  M.S., Seoul Nat’l University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea, 2002.2  B.S, Seoul Nat’l University, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Korea, 1996.2
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 Assistant Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2015 - present  Assistant Professor, Korea Aerospace University, Korea, 2013 – 2015  Postdoctoral researcher, Universite Lyon1, France, 2011 – 2013  Postdoctoral researcher, ESPCI, France, 2010 – 2011  Surface driven flows over nanostructured surfaces, National Research Foundation of Korea, 2014.05-Present  Nanosurfaces for energy harvesting, National Research Foundation of Korea, 2016.06-Present
 C. Lee, C. Cottin-Bizonne, R. Fulcrand, L. Joly, C. Ybert, Nano-Scale Dynamics vs Surface Interactions: What Dictates Osmotic Transport? Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 8, 478-483 (2017)  S. Ryu, P. Sen, Y. Nam, C. Lee, Water penetration through a superhydrophobic mesh during a drop impact. Physical Review Letters 118, 014501 (2017)  C. Lee, C. Cottin-Bizonne, A.-L. Biance, P. Joseph, L. Bocquet, C. Ybert, Osmotic flow through fully permeable nanochannels. Physical Review Letters 112, 244501 (2014)  C. Lee, L. Joly, A. Sira, A.-L. Biance, R. Fulcrand, L. Bocquet, Large apparent electric size of solid-state nanopore due to spatially extended surface conduction, Nano Letters 12, 4037-4044 (2012)  C. Lee, C.-J. Kim, Underwater Restoration and Retention of Gases on Superhydrophobic Surfaces for Drag Reduction, Physical Review Letters 106, 014502 (2011)
 Technical Committee Member, 2017 IEEE NEMS (Los Angeles)  Member, The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineering 2013-Present  Member, The Society of Micro and Nano Systems 2017-Present
Nanofluidics, superhydrophobic surface, phase change, water harvesting, micro/nanofabrication, drag reduction etc.