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  • Kim, Bongsoo   Professor
  • Physical and Nanochemistry
  • Ph.D. 1990, University of California at Berkeley
  • WEBPAGE : http://nanowire.kaist.ac.kr
  • E-MAIL : nanobio@kaist.ac.kr
  • Tel/Office : 042-350-2836 (Office), 2876 (Lab) / 2106(E6-4) (Room)

Contact information

Tel: (office) +82-42-350-2836, (lab) +82-42-350-2876
Location: (office) Room 2106 (Bldg. E6-4), (lab) Room 2107, 2108 (Bldg. E6-4)
Fax: +82-42-350-2810

Education

1981: B.S. Seoul National University
1983: M.S. Seoul National University
1990: Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley
1990-1994: Institute for Molecular Science
1994-1996: Professor, Kyungbook National University
1996-present: Professor, KAIST

Career

1990-1994: Institute for Molecular Science
1994-1996: Professor, Kyungbook National University
1996-present: Professor, KAIST

Awards

2010.2: Academic Award (KAIST)
2011.4: Academic Award (Korean Chemical Society)2011.7: Science and Technology of Excellence top 100 (Ministry of Education)
2011.11: research and development projects of Excellence top 100 (National Science and Technology Council)

RESEARCH AREA


Brief Introduction

We are interested in the syntheses, characterizations and applications of single-crystalline nanowires. We developed unique synthetic method to grow single-crystalline noble metal nanowires and various metal compound nanowires (metal silicide, metal oxide). Noble metal nanowires are studied as plasmonic biosensor platform and nanoelectrode. Metal coumpound nanowires are investigated as various elelctronic devices such as next-generation memory devices based on spintronics. We are further developing heterogeneous nanoarchitectures based on nanowires and nanoplates that are expected to improve the performance of our nanomaterial-based devices.

Research topics

- Advanced plasmonic materials
- Medical nanobio technology employing noble metal nanowire
- Self-Assembled Monolayer (SAM) using 2-Dimensional gold nanostructure

Representative publications

Superplastic Deformation of Defect-Free Au Nanowires via Coherent Twin Propagation", Nano Lett, 2011, 11, 3499.
"Diffusion-driven Crystal Structure Transformation: Synthesis of Heusler alloy Fe3Si Nanowires", Nano Lett. 2010, 9, 3643.
In-situ TEM Observation of Heterogeneous Phase Transition of a Constrained Single-crystalline Ag2TeNW", Nano Lett, 2010, 10, 4501.
Patterned Multiplex Pathogen DNA Detection by Au Particle-on-Wire SERS Sensor", Nano Lett, 2010, 10, 1189.
Steering epitaxial alignment of Au, Pd, and AuPd nanowire arrays by atom flux change, Nano Lett, 2010, 10, 432.