Syntheses and Study of Tailored Organometallic, Inorganic and Polymeric Precursors for Sol-Gel Processing, Charged Liquid Cluster Beam Deposition and Chemical Vapor Deposition
Investigation of Methods for Controlled Fabrication of Thin Films, Nanofibers, and Nanoparticles Using Charged Liquid Cluster Beams of Precursor Solutions
Investigation of Novel Approaches to Fabricating Micro and Nanoscale Structures for Development of New Devices and Material Systems for Controlled Release, Lighting, Display, Solar Cells, Photosensors, and Power Storage
Development of Methods for Fabricating Uniform Micro and Nano Spheres and Capsules of Biodegradable and Biocompatible Materials for Advanced Drug Delivery and Cell-Based Therapy
Development of High Power Electronic Devices Based on III-V Nitride Semiconductors Using Plasma Assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy and Selective Area Growth Technology
Energy storage conversion, management, and control
In-Yong Kim, Hyungsoo Choi, Kyekyoon (Kevin) Kim, "Improved survival of anchorage-dependent cells in core-shell hydrogel microcapsules via co-encapsulation with cell-friendly microspheres," Journal of Microencapsulation, accepted for publication (2017)
In-Yong Kim, Elizabeth Joachim, Hyungsoo Choi, Kyekyoon (Kevin) Kim, "Toxicity of silica nanoparticles depends on size, dose, and cell type," Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine. (2015) DOI: 10.1016/j.nano.2015.03.004, NANO-01098; No of Pages 10.
Liang Pang, Kyekyoon (Kevin) Kim, "Improvement of Ohmic contacts to n-type GaN using a Ti/Al multi-layered contact scheme," Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, Volume 29, January 2015, Pages 9094.
Elizabeth Joachim, Il-Doo Kim, Yinchuan Jin, Kyekyoon (Kevin) Kim, Ja-Kyeong Lee and Hyungsoo Choi,"Gelatin nanoparticles enhance the neuroprotective effects of intranasally administered osteopontin in rat ischemic
stroke model,"Drug Deliv. and Transl. Res. (2014) 4:395399; DOI 10.1007/s13346-014-0208-9
Philip Edward Heil, Hyunmin Kang, Hyungsoo Choi, and Kyekyoon(Kevin) Kim,"Effects of controlled surface treatment on titanium dioxide electrode nanostructure for dye-sensitized solar cells, Appl. Phys. A 112(2013) 371-380.
Liang Pang, H.-C. Seo, K. Kim,"Transfer printing of flexible hybrid inductor-capacitor filters via pre-etched silicon-on-insulator mother wafer, "Appl. Phys. Lett., 101, 063113 (2012).
In-Yong Kim, P.L.Pusey,Y. Zhao, S.S. Korban, H. Choi, K. Kim,"Controlled release of Pantoea agglomerans E325 for biocontrol of fire blight disease of apple," J. Controlled Release,161(2012) 109-115; doi:10.1016/j.j conrel.2012.03.028 (2012).
ECE Faculty Outstanding Teaching Award, 2004.
Nominated for the ECE Faculty Outstanding Teaching Award, 1999
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Member, Advisory Committee, College of Engineering, Seoul National University, March 1, 2006 - present
Outstanding Poster Presentation Award, Controlled Release Society Annual Meeting, 2005
Arnold O. Beckman Research Award, University of Illinois, December 2005.
Outstanding Consumer & Diversified Product Paper Award, Controlled Release Society Annual Meeting, 2004.
Outstanding Poster Presentation Award, Controlled Release Society Annual Meeting, 2003
Overseas Member, National Academy of Engineering, Korea, 2002
Member, U. S. Delegate to International Atomic Energy Agency Meetings, 1993
Member, National Science Foundation Advisory Committee for Electrical and Communications Division, 1991-1993
Member, National Science Foundation Advisory Committee of Visitors, 1990 & 1993
Best Paper Award, Nuclear Division, American Ceramic Society 92nd Annual Meeting, 1990
Japanese Government Award for Foreign Specialist, 1989 (Awarded by the Science and Technology Agency of Japan)
Member, U. S. Delegate to International Atomic Energy Agency Meeting Gut Ising, Upper Bavaria, Fed. Rep. of Germany, Oct. 24-26, 1988.
Beckman Research Award, 1985 (University of Illinois)
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