Laser-induced phase separation of silicon carbide was published, in 2016 Nature Commu
Tuning the catalytic functionality of transition metal dichalcogenides grown by chemical vapour deposition was featured on the Front cover of 2017Journal of Materials Chemistry A.
Low-Power Nonvolatile Charge Storage Memory Based on MoS2 and an Ultrathin Polymer Tunneling Dielectric was featured on the Front cover of 2017Advanced Functional Materials,
Memristive Logic-in-Memory Integrated Circuits for Energy-Efficient Flexible Electronics was featured on the Front cover of 2018 Advanced Functional Materials.
Selective protein transport through ultra-thin suspended reduced graphene oxide nanopores was featured on the Back cover of 2017 Nanoscale.
Prof. Sung-Yool Choi's Lab!
Prof. Sung-Yool Choi has established the Molecular & Nano Device Lab (MNDL), School of Electrical Engineering, KAIST, in November 2011.The research objective of MNDL is to understand the underlying principle in the conduction and switching behavior of the single molecule or molecular-scale materials for the development of noble molecular-scale devices. The research in Molecular & Nano Device Laboratory is focusing on the molecular-scale materials and devices for the next-generation IT-ET-BT convergence technology, spanning the electronics and photonics applications of graphene, low-dimensional soft materials and devices, and the physics and applications of memristive devices.
Research on THz switching graphene devices was published in Nature Materials!
Research on improved optical sintering efficiency by graphene layer was featured on the Back Cover of 2015 Small.
Direct Observation of Conducting Nanofilaments in Graphene-Oxide-Resistive Switching Memory was published in 2015 Advanced Functional Materials.
Research on the growth of monolayer of two-dimensional semiconductor (MoSe2) was published in ACS Nano!
Metal-Etching-Free Direct Delamination and Transfer of Single-Layer Graphene with a High Degree of Freedom was featured on the Front cover of 2015 Small
Conductive Graphitic Channel in Graphene Oxide-Based Memristive Devices was featured on the Back Cover of 2016
Advanced Functional Materials.