Seung Hwan Ko
Professor Seung Hwan Ko got the Ph.D. degree from University of California, Berkeley under Prof. Costas Grigoropoulos in 2006. Later that year, he started a post-doctoral fellow position at UC Berkeley and a project researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab till 2009 and was an assistant and associate professor at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) till 2013. Since 2013, he is working as a associate professor at Seoul National University. His main research interests are next generation, unconventional micro/nano fabrication approach development as an alternative to the conventional photolithography and vacuum deposition based processes. The novel micro/nano fabrication process development includes the new material development, the high resolution direct patterning process development, and specific application development. We concentrate on applying developed direct patterning technologies to realization of the flexible electronics such as flexible and stretchable display, sensors and energy devices.