Dr. Moonkyung Kim
Moon is interested in Nanoscale electronics, Flash memories, process development of nanoscale devices and Nano Electro-mechanical Systems (NEMS). His current research topics are as follows:
- Electro mechanical switching devices using nano-beam and nano-spheres
- Charge trapping devices: focus on electrons trap/detrap phenomena in novel structures
- Novel phase transition memory (include the investigation of various transition materials)
- Self-Assembled devices
- Development of nanoscale patterning using E-beam, AFM and polymers
Brian works primarily on nanowire electronic devices. He collaborates with several groups to grow nanowires, which he characterizes via microscopy and electrical measurements. The goal of his research is to realize robust inorganic electronic devices, such as photovoltaics and LEDs.
Wei Min Chan
Wei Min is working on lithography subdivision via self assembly for nanostructures applicable to logic and renewable energy. He is also interested in novel fabrication techniques, materials and parallel algorithms.
Jae-yoon is currently working on wireless inter-tier interconnects in 3D integrated structures, adaptive design for power and parametric variations, and compact circuit modeling for nano-scale double-gate devices. His previous work is related to 3D Microprocessor and P-ST MRAM systems. He is also investigating a novel FPGA architecture for complex computation and dynamic reconfigurability.
Sang Hyeon Lee
Sang is interested in nanoscale device physics and technology, nanofabrication processes, novel memory devices, high-k / metal gate transistors, and high mobility channel devices. He currently focusses on the development of a new memory device using a phase transition material.
Joshua Mark Rubin
Joshua works on the design and fabrication of nanomechanical switches for logic and memory applications. He is particularly interested in making low cost, low power, dense memory arrays based on a CMOS compatible vertically oriented switching element.
Shankar works on magnetophoresis based nanoscale patterning techniques, and the design of electromechanical switches. He is also interested in numerical simulation techniques and parallel computing algorithms.