Welcome to LOMC
Our laboratory aims to develop innovative materials that can be applied to various fields by researching organic-inorganic hybrid materials (Hybrimers) fabricated by the sol-gel synthesis method. Research and development are actively underway to develop the mechanical, optical, and dielectric properties of siloxane Hybrimer and apply them to optical, display, and bioelectronic devices. Our laboratory is a leading laboratory in the field of sol-gel process and is researching flexible wearable devices, high-performance LEDs, and future display technologies as well.
J. Jeong, D. W. Jin, J. Choi, J. Jang, B. K. Kang, Q. Wang, W. I. Park, M. S. Jeong, B.-S. Bae, W. S. Yang, M. J. Kim, and Y. J. Hong “Transferable, flexible white light-emitting diodes of GaN p–n junction microcrystals fabricated by remote epitaxy”, Nano Energy, 86 106705 (2021)
W. Jo+, H. Lee+, Y. Lee, B.-S. Bae, and T.-S. Kim “Controlling Neutral Plane of Flexible Substrates by Asymmetric Impregnation of Glass Fabric for Protecting Brittle Films on Foldable Electronics”, Advanced Engineering Materials, 23 2001280 (2021)
+These authors contributed equally
Lap of Optical Materials & Coating (LOMC), KAISTRoom 2308, Building W 1-1,
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daehak-ro 291, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon
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