Changhee Lee

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This paper presents an approach and a software, BetaDock, to the docking problem by putting the priority on shape complementarity between a receptor and a ligand. The approach is based on the theory of the β-complex. Given the Voronoi diagram of the receptor whose topology is stored in the quasi-triangulation, the β-complex corresponding to water molecule(More)
In this paper, we propose an interference avoidance resource allocation scheme based on graph-coloring algorithm to introduce performance gain using spatial reuse in D2D (Device-to-Device) system. By assigning multiple D2D pairs to a single D2D resource, interference from neighboring D2D pairs is inevitable, which leads to performance degradation.(More)
We demonstrated highly efficient inverted bottom-emission organic light-emitting diodes (IBOLEDs) using tin dioxide (SnO2) nanoparticles (NPs) as an electron injection layer at the interface between the indium tin oxide (ITO) cathode and the organic electron transport layer. The SnO2 NP layer can facilitate the electron injection since the conduction band(More)
The biological treatment of a tri-component mixed waste gas system in BRC1 and BRC2 biofilters packed with rock wool-compost media was studied. The model gases were NH(3), H(2)S and toluene. The gases were fed initially at about 50-55 ppm each. H(2)S was found to have the shortest start-up while toluene had the longest. Under two different(More)
Development of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) based on colloidal quantum dots is driven by attractive properties of these fluorophores such as spectrally narrow, tunable emission and facile processibility via solution-based methods. A current obstacle towards improved LED performance is an incomplete understanding of the roles of extrinsic factors, such as(More)
We report highly bright and efficient inverted structure quantum dot (QD) based light-emitting diodes (QLEDs) by using solution-processed ZnO nanoparticles as the electron injection/transport layer and by optimizing energy levels with the organic hole transport layer. We have successfully demonstrated highly bright red, green, and blue QLEDs showing maximum(More)
The feasibility of storing two electrolyzed waters (EW), acidic (AEW) and neutral (NEW), were elucidated through Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella typhii inactivation experiments. Free chlorine (FC) loss, pH and oxidation-reduction potentials were monitored for 30 days. Initial activities of fresh EWs were determined at 5 mg Cl(2)·min/L for 8 Log(10)(More)
CdSe/Zn1-X CdX S core/shell heterostructured quantum dots (QDs) with varying shell thicknesses are studied as the active material in a series of electroluminescent devices. "Giant" CdSe/Zn1-X CdX S QDs (e.g., CdSe core radius of 2 nm and Zn1-X CdX S shell thickness of 6.3 nm) demonstrate a high device efficiency (peak EQE = 7.4%) and a record-high(More)