Dong-Yu Kim

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Perovskite solar cells (PeSCs) have been considered one of the competitive next generation power sources. To date, light-to-electric conversion efficiencies have rapidly increased to over 10%, and further improvements are expected. However, the poor device reproducibility of PeSCs ascribed to their inhomogeneously covered film morphology has hindered their(More)
A one-step, template-free synthetic method for preparing polymeric microcapsules with iron oxide (γ-Fe 2 O 3) magnetic nanoparticles (MPs) embedded in the polymer shell is reported. Using a simple emulsification of the multiphase mixture containing liquid prepolymer and MPs in chloroform solution, double emulsions comprising a chloroform core and(More)
Hybrid structures of silicon with organic-inorganic perovskites are proposed for optically controllable switching of terahertz (THz) waves over a broad spectral range from 0.2 to 2THz. A 532-nm external laser was utilized to generate photoexcited free carriers at the devices and consequentially to control the terahertz amplitude modulation, obtaining a(More)
We report a spray deposition technique as a screening tool for solution processed solar cells. A dual-feed spray nozzle is introduced to deposit donor and acceptor materials separately and to form blended films on substrates in situ. Using a differential pump system with a motorised spray nozzle, the effect of film thickness, solution flow rates and the(More)
Electret and organic floating-gate memories are next-generation flash storage mediums for printed organic complementary circuits. While each flash memory can be easily fabricated using solution processes on flexible plastic substrates, promising their potential for on-chip memory organization is limited by unreliable bit operation and high write loads. We(More)
The mammalian heart is a muscular organ that can adjust dynamic alterations in its workload. In response to physiological or pathological stimuli and development, the heart changes hypertrophic enlargement which increase in the size of individual cardiac myocytes. A comparative proteomic survey is needed to acquire systemic insights into mammalian cardiac(More)
Colloidal lithography was used to make a novel array (2-D) of micro-rings, dots, and interconnected-honeycomb structures. These geometries are controlled using the curing temperature-dependent rheological properties of the siloxane elastomer precursor. Serratia marcescens was patterned on the interconnected honeycomb microstructure demonstrating a potential(More)
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