Programme - Poster Sessions

Material Science & Technology
The global materials industry is expected to reach US$10 trillion in size in 2018 by recording an annual average growth rate of 5.2%. In addition, materials’ contribution to high-tech industries amounted to 70% in the ICT sector, 60% in environmental technology and 50% in biotech last year. In other words, product quality and industrial competitiveness hinge on materials these days. Therefore, materials science and technology has been enormously promoted in order to develop novel materials by means of unprecedented research methodology in which creative ideas and hi-tech are combined with each other. In the sessions, it is aimed to serve an excellent stage for the examination of emerging materials research and development. • Session 1 – Graphene and 2D materials: Fundamentals and applications (combined with Basic Science 1) • Session 2 – Electronic materials and related devices (combined with Basic Science 2) • Session 3 – Emerging materials for smart technology • Session 4 – Solar energy materials • Session 5 – Recently Trend of Biodegradable Polymer (SK Innovation joint Session) • Poster Session
  • CHOI, Minjeong (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
    Carbon Composites as an Electrode Material for Supercapacitor to Enhance Energy Density.
  • SONG, Kyung Seob (University of Fribourg)
    Synthesis of Dynamic Porous Graphene Frameworks for Gas Application
  • YUN, Jeongsik (Technical University of Munich)
    High Voltage Aqueous Na-ion Batteries based on Electrodeposited Prussian Blue Analogues Electrodes
  • SONG, Seunghan (NTNU)
    Liquid flows in Solid Phase Semiconductor Alloy Core Fibers Under a High-Temperature Gradient
  • PARK, Jongee (ATILIM University)
    Preparation of Photocatalytic TiO2 – P2O5 Glasses for Self-cleaning Applications
  • KIM, Jiyeob (University of Cambridge)
    Surface and bulk magnetocaloric effect in Ni49.3Mn27.8Ga22.9 thin films
  • JEONG, Hyeon-ho (Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems)
    Hybrid nanocolloids by shadow growth
  • CHAE, Woojin (Imperial College London)
    Prototyping a frangible ATD that allows for fracture and organ damage prediction.
  • CHOI, Eunjin (Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems)
    The rapid acoustic assembly and fabrication of particle-based objects
  • LEE, Somin (CHUNG-ANG university)
    Fabrication and characterization of polyamide reverse osmosis membranes containing functionalized nano carbon materials for anti-biofouling performance.