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Dr Hyun Kim

Dr. Hyun-Kyung Kim,

E-mail: HK

PhD (2015), Yonsei University, South Korea

Research Associate


- Graphene and Silicone-based Electrode Materials for High-Performance Energy Storage Applications by Molten Salt Method (Oct 2016- Present)

- Study on the surface modification of graphene for high performance energy storage materials (Sep 2015- Aug 2016, Supported by National Research Foundation (NRF) of Korea)

Research Interests:

• Nano carbon-based nano-hybrid materials for high-performance electrochemical energy storage devices (Supercapacitors, Li-ion batteries, Li-sulfur batteries)

• Novel synthesis methods for graphene-based materials, and their chemical and structural modification for efficient charge storage

• Hybrid energy storage systems (Li-ion hybrid capacitors) that utilize multiple charge storage reactions by combining battery and capacitor electrode materials

Recent publications:

• Hyun-Kyung Kim, Ali Reza Kamali, Kwang Chul Roh, Kwang-Bum Kim, Derek John Fray, “Dual Coexisting Interconnected Graphene Nanostructures for High Performance Supercapacitor Applications” Energy & Environmental Science, vol. 9, pp 2249–2256, 2016. [Back Cover Highlighted]

• Hyun-Kyung Kim, Seong-Min Bak, Suk Woo Lee, Myung-Seoung Kim, Byeongho Park, Su Chan Lee, Yeon Jun Choi, Seong Chan Jun, Jung-Tark Han, Kyung-Wan Nam, Kyung Yoon Chung, Jian Wang, Jigang Zhou, Xiao-Qing Yang, Kwang Chul Roh, and Kwang-Bum Kim, “Scalable fabrication of micron-scale graphene nanomeshes for high-performance supercapacitor applications” Energy & Environmental Science, vol. 9, pp 1270–1281, 2016. [Back Cover Highlighted]

• Hyun-Kyung Kim, Dattakumar Mhamane, Myeong-Seong Kim, Ha-Kyung Roh, Vanchiappan Aravindan, Madhavi Srinivasan, Kwang Chul Roh, and Kwang-Bum Kim, “TiO 2 -Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanocomposites by Microwave-assisted Forced Hydrolysis as Excellent Insertion Anode for Li-ion Batteries and Li-ion Capacitors” Journal of Power Sources vol. 327, pp 171–177, 2016.


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