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Sung-O Kim is currently Assistant Professor at the Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in Clemson University. His expertise is in flat panel displays (Liquid Crystal Displays, Plasma Display Panels, Organic Lighting Emitting Displays, and Flexible Displays), micro and nano-plasma devices, micro and nano-bio fuel cells, and various thin films. He earned B.S. in Electrical Engineering at Howon University, Korea. He received his M.S. and Ph.D in Electrical Engineering at Inha University in Korea where his thesis on advanced lithography using plasma polymerization received presidential award at Inha University. Dr. Kim has served at the Department of Photonics and the Display Institute as a faculty in National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan from 2004 to 2008. Prior to joining NCTU, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow (2001-2004) in University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). At UIUC, he worked on the development of micro-plasma and plasma display panel. Prior to joining UIUC, he worked for Samsung SDI as a Technical manager and R&D Engineer (2000-2001). At Samsung SDI, he researched the plasma and thin films in plasma display panel. Dr. Kim also served an assistant professor (1998-2000) at Howon University in Korea. Sung-O Kim is a member of Society of Information Display, American Vacuum Society, American Physical Society, The Korean Information Display Society, The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers, The Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers, and The Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers.
Flat Panel Displays: Development and applications of electronic displays such as liquid crystal displays, plasma display panels, OLED, flexible displays. Micro and Nano Plasma devices: Nano and micro plasma devices consist of structures fabricated on silicon, ceramic, or glass substrates that are used to confine weakly ionized plasmas. The diameters of the nano and microdischarge devices currently being fabricated range from several hundred microns down to tens of nano. Developing nano and microdischarge devices to investigate their physics, optical, and Electrical properties.Micro and Nano-Bio Fuel Cells: Develop micro or nano scale bio fuel cells to use fuel cell’s techniques and silicon processes.Plasma Thin Films: The properties of plasma polymerized thin films can be used for many applications such as low k materials in semiconductor devices and completely hydrophobic thin films. In addition to environmental applications, these films can be used in semiconductor, electrical, optical, and magnetic devices and flat panel displays.
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