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Kyung Ho Kim

 

Kyung Ho Kim, PhD Student


E-mail: kyungh (at) chalmers.se

Research Interests

I’m interested in low dimensional transport phenomena especially in carbon based nanostructures and applications of their physical or chemical properties. Particularly, I’m interested in synthesis of polyacetylene and polymer nanofibers, carbonization of polymer nanofibers, and epitaxial graphene based devices.
My current project involves the design and synthesis of norbornadiene-quadricyclane molecular switches for solar energy storage.

Brief Biography

During 2003~2009, I did Bachelor’s degree (including military service for 2 years) in Department of Physics and Astronomy, Seoul National University and I started graduate study from 2009 and joined Nano Transport Laboratory of Prof. Yung Woo Park in the same department from 2010. From that time, I have studied magneto transport of single polymer nanofibers such as polyacetylene, polyaniline nanofibers and copolymer films composed of phenylene and EDOT doped by FeCl3. Also I have synthesized polyacetylene thin films for magneto photoinduced adsorption study. From 2014, I am visiting Chalmers for the collaboration work combining graphene and polymers and fabricating combined devices. The collaboration is going on with the help of Prof. Kasper Moth-Poulsen’s lab especially in chemistry and with Prof. Sergey Kubatkin’s group in nanofabrication and graphene related works.

Publications

1. A. Choi, K. H. Kim, S. J. Hong, M. Goh, K. Akagi, R. B. Kaner, N. N. Kirova, S. A. Brazovskii, A. T. Johnson, D. A. Bonnell, E. J. Mele, and Y. W. Park, "Probing spin-charge relation by magnetoconductance in one-dimensional polymer nanofibers", Phys. Rev. B 86, 155423 (2012)


2. Kyung Ho Kim, Ajeong Choi, Jun-Mo Park, Sung Ju Hong, Min Park, In-Hwan Lee, Eun-Sang Choi, Alan B. Kaiser, Tae-Lim Choi, Yung Woo Park "Magnetoresistance of a copolymer: FeCl3 doped poly(2,5-dioctyloxy-p-phenylene vinylene-alt-3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene vinylene)" Syn. Met. 188, 30 (2014)


3. Ji Hyun Park, HyeRan Jo, Chae-Yong Seong, Kyung Ho Kim, Ales Mrzel, Giusy Scalia and Yung Woo Park "Investigation of composites of polymers and Mo6S2I8 nanowires" Phys. Status Solidi A, 1-6 (2014)


4. Sung Ju Hong, Min Park, Hojin Kang, Minwoo Lee, David Soler-Delgado, Dong Seok Shin, Kyung Ho Kim, Sergey Kubatkin, Dae Hong Jeong, Yung Woo Park, and Byung Hoon Kim “Verification of electron doping in single-layer graphene due to H2 exposure with thermoelectric power” App.Phys. Lett. 106, 142110 (2015)


5. Ji Hyun Park, Kyung Ho Kim, Yung Woo Park, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, and Giusy Scalia “Ultra-long ordered nanowires from the concerted self assembly of discotic liquid crystal and solvent molecules” Langmuir 10, 1021 (2015)


6. Ji Hyun Park, Kyung Ho Kim, Yoichi Takanishi, Jun Yamamoto, Yung Woo Park, Youn Sang Kim, Giusy Scalia "Self-assembling of molecular nanowires for enhancing the conducting properties of discotic liquid crystals" Proc.SPIE (2015)


7. Thomas Yager, Arseniy Lartsev, Karin Cedergren, Rositsa Yakimova, Vishal Panchal, Olga Kazakova, Alexander Tzalenchuk, Kyung Ho Kim, Yung Woo Park, Samuel Lara-Avila, and Sergey Kubatkin "Low contact resistance in epitaxial graphene devices for quantum metrology" AIP Advances 5, 087134 (2015)