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Heterogeneous materials integration by wafer bonding
Fabrication and characterization of various functional nanostructures for applications in nano-electronics, power electronics, energy, electrochemical and bio-devices
Atomic scale characterization of low dimensional materials
In-situ TEM study of electrochemical and biological systems
Nanopore-based sequencing of biomolecules
Nano 3D Printing technology
Fabrication of 3D nanostructures for nano-robots
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“MoS2 functionalization for ultra-thin atomic layer deposited dielectrics,” A. Azcatl, S. McDonnell, K. Santosh, X. Peng, H. Dong, X. Qin, R. Addou, G. Mordi, N. Lu, J. Kim, M.J. Kim, K.J. Cho and R.M. Wallace, Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 111601 (2014)
“Side chains contributions to characteristics of resistive memory based on water-soluble polyfluorenes: Effects of structure and length of side pendant group,” S. Lee, S. Oh, Y. Ji, J. Kim, R. Kang, D. Khim, S. Lee, J. Yeo, N. Lu, M.J. Kim, H. Ko, T. Kim, Y. Noh and D.Y. Kim, Organic Electronics.15, 1290-1298 (2014)
“Direct synthesis of Van der Waals solids,” Y. Lin, N. Lu, N. Perez-Lopez, J. Li, C. Lee, Z. Lin, P. Browning, M. Bresnehan, L. Calderin, M.J. Kim, T. Mayer, M. Terrones and J.A. Robinson, ACS Nano8, 371503723 (2014)
“Creating single boundary between two CdTe (111) wafers with controlled orientation by wafer bonding,” C. Sun, N. Lu, G. Lian, J. Wang, X. Peng, R.F. Klie and M.J. Kim, Microsc. Microanal. 20 (Suppl 3), 516-517 (2014)
“Characterization of poly-crystalline CdTe solar cells using aberration –corrected transmission electron microscope,” T. Paulauskas, E. Colegrove, C. Buurma, M. J. Kim and R.F. Klie, Microsc. Microanal. 20 (Suppl 3), 522-523 (2014)
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Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association
Science and Engineering of Materials
Arizona State University
Korean Electron Microscopy Group of America
Center for Solid State Science
Arizona State University
HREM Laboratory & Workshop Instructor
National Facility for HREM
Arizona State University
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Designed and built an ultra high vacuum (UHV) wafer bonding unit to integrate dissimilar materials suitable for electronic and optical properties measurements, fracture mechanical testing, and structural characterization by electron microscopy. There are only two other similar instruments in the world: at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the University of Tokyo Dr. Kim's unit is the one capable of synthesizing planar interfaces (for metals, ceramics and semiconductors) suitable for both microscopy and quantitative interface strength measurements with both control of interface orientation and additional element chemistry.
Expertise and extensive experience in electron microscopy
Expertise in high resolution analytical electron microscopy includes HREM phase contrast and STEM Z-contrast imaging, Convergent Beam Electron Diffraction (CBED), energy dispersive x-ray (EDX) and electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS).
Served as a lab instructor and a committee member of User Program of the National Facility for HREM at ASU for more than 10 years during his tenure at Arizona State University, conducted extensive interdisciplinary collaborative research involving state-of-the-art TEM nano-characterization.
Nanofactory Instruments AB, Sweden: Recruited to open its U.S. headquarter in Richardson. Established a strategic partnership for the development of new instruments (e.g., in-situ STM-TEM, AFM-TEM and TEM-nanoindentation tools) and collaborative research.
Japan Electro-Optics Lab (JEOL), Inc. - UTD as its U.S. Southwest Demo Center.
Protochips, Inc. – Established a strategic partnership for the development of new instruments (e.g., in-situ heating and liquid cell stages) and collaborative research
Directing the NSF initiated Silicon Wafer Engineering and Defect Science (SiWEDS) Center. Its industry and academic members are: SRC, MEMC, Samsung, Hynix, Siltronic, UTD, NCSU, UoW, Stanford, MIT, Waseda Univ., ASU.
Served as a reviewer for the following journals: Metallurgical Transactions, Ultramicroscopy, Journal of Electronic Materials, Journal of Applied Physics, Sensors and Actuators, Journal of Materials Science, International Journal of Nanoscience, Microelectronic Engineering, Composite Science and Engineering, Thin Solid Films, ACS Nano, Acta Materialia, Energy and Fuels, Microscopy and Microanalysis, IEEE Transactions on Nanoelectronics, IEEE Electron Device Letters, Environmental Science and Technology, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, and Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanosystems.
Gave over 85 invited lectures and seminars at National/International conferences, Universities and Research Institutes.
Taught annually at the internationally renownedASU Winter School for HREM(2002-2009).
Service to the community
K-12 outreach program (Provided hands-on experience by visiting RISD elementary schools with lab equipment - "Men in Nano" theme).
Played a key role in establishing the memorandum of understanding (MOU) for student exchange and collaborative research programs between UTD and other institutions (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Korea Advanced Nano Center (KANC), University of Seoul (UOS), Choongnam Technology Park (CTP))
Established new Nano-Characterization Facility and managed its operation
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Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Materials Research Society (MRS), Microscopy Society of America (MSA)
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