Professor

Personal Summary
  • Cheol Jin Lee
    Professor School of Electrical Engineering and Department of Micro/Nano Systems, Korea University
    Nanoelectronics Laboratory
  • Institute of nanotechnology, Director
  • Korean Carbon Society, Vice Chairman
  • Chairman, Korea-Japan Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference
  • International Steering Committee of IVNC
  • Tel. +82-2-3290-3216, +82-2-3290-3788, +82-2-3290-3787
    Fax. +82-2-921-4722
    e-mail : cjlee@korea.ac.kr
Research Activities
  • SCI articles : 196
  • Google citation : 11449
  • Scopus citation : 8648
  • h-Index : 60
  • i10-Index : 125
  • International patent : 17
  • Domestic patent : 59
Education
  • Mar. 1978 – Feb. 1982 : B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
  • Mar. 1982 – Feb. 1984 : M.S. degree in Electronic Materials and Devices, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
  • Sep. 1989 – Feb. 1993 : Ph.D. degree in Electronic Materials and Devices, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
Experience
  • Jul. 2011 – Jul. 2012 : Chairman of International Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference 2012
  • Oct. 2012 – Dec. 2012 : Visiting Professor in Nagoya University, Japan
  • Sep. 2009 – Present : Chairman, Korea-Japan Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference
  • Sep. 2005 – Present : Professor in School of Electrical Engineering and Department of Micro/Nano Systems, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
  • Mar. 2002 – Aug. 2005 : Associate Professor in School of Electrical and Computer Engineering & Department of Nanotechnology, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea
  • Sep. 1993 – Feb. 2002 : Associate Professor in School of Electrical Engineering, Kunsan National University, Kunsan, Chonbuk, Korea
  • Dec. 1983 – Sep. 1991 : Senior Researcher in Process Development Group of ULSI R&D, Samsung Electronics, Korea
Research Interests
  • Synthesis and characterization of CNT, Graphene and Dichalcogenide(MoS2, MoSe2, WS2, WSe2)
  • Field emission properties of CNTs, Graphene, GNP, ZnO and Boron Nitride Nanotube
  • Fabrication of field electron emitters
  • Electron beam source, X-ray source, millimeter wave source, THz wave source, Ion Thruster and Vacuum Nanotransistors
  • Flexible transparent TFT using CNT, Graphene and Di-chalcogenide films
  • Flexible transparent electrode using CNT and Graphene