Office: Moore Bldg. Rm 345
Phone: (267) 546-8912
- Since February 2019, Postdoctoral Associate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from University of Pennsylvania
- February 2019, Ph.D. in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Seoul National University
- August 2014, M.S. in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Seoul National University,
- August 2012, B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science from Chung-Ang university
In the Osuji lab, I am working on template-assisted fabrication of molecularly imprinted polymer membranes with vertically aligned cylindrical nanopores. The templating approach exploits a structure-directing molecule to template the assembly of a polymerizable ligand compound into highly ordered columnar mesophases. Subsequent removal of the core material creates binding sites that are complementary in size and shape to core analogues. It is expected to function as high-performance nanofiltration membranes and as nanoporous thin films for high-density lithographic pattern transfer
Before joining the Professor Osuji’s Lab, I did my M.S. and Ph.D. research at Seoul National University under guidance of Professor Jong-Chan Lee. The primary focus of my research during ph.D is the study of the design and synthesis of biocompatible and conducting polymers to fabricate films for various applications such as antibacterial films, organic thin-film transistors, lithium-ion batteries, and cell scaffolds.