A research team comprised of Prof. Dong Sung Kim and Sang Min Park from the Department of Mechanical Engineering has developed a novel fabrication technique, called electrolyte-assisted electrospinning (ELES), for a self-assembled, free-standing nanofiber membrane. The research outcome was featured on the Inside Cover of the renowned international journal Advanced Materials.Nanofiber membranes have attracted substantial interests in recent years due to their large surface area, high surface to volume ratio, and porosity. These advantages have expanded their applications to sensors, filtration,..
When several electronic devices are linked through fixed and mobile connections, time-delays inevitably occur due to the limitation of data transmission speed; it is known that systems with these types of aftereffects often experience instability or performance degradation. Substantial research efforts have been made to tackle this problem and POSTECH researchers are reported to have provided an important foundation for the related literature. An article published by Dr. PooGyeon Park, a professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering at POSTECH, was selected as the most cited article in..
POSTECH Professor Taihyun Chang (Dept. of Chemistry) was named the winner of the SPSJ International Award by the Society of Polymer Science, Japan (SPSJ). Established in 1994, SPSJ International Award is the highest honor given by the society to international scientists for their contribution to the development of polymer science and related fields. In recognition of his significant impact on the field of polymer separation and analysis, Prof. Chang was presented with the award at the SPSJ Annual Conference on May 28th in Sapporo, Japan. Prof. Chang received his Ph.D. in physical chemistry..