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Intrinsically self-healable, stretchable thermoelectric materials with a large ionic Seebeck effect

 Zico Alaia Akbar, Ju-Won Jeon*, Sung-Yeon Jang *, Energy & Environ. Sci., 2020, Advance Article | [DOI: 10.1039/c9ee03861b]

TAB 3 - Molecular Engineering

Molecular Engineering in Hole Transport π-Conjugated Polymers to Enable High Efficiency Colloidal Quantum Dot Solar Cells

Muhibullah Al Mubarok, Havid Aqoma, Febrian Tri Adhi Wibowo, Wooseop Lee, Hyung Min kim, Dul Yeol Ryu, Ju-Won Jeon*, and Sung-Yeon Jang*.   Advanced Energy Materials, 2020, 1902933 | [DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201902933]

TAB 5 - Tandem QD-OPV

Efficient Hybrid tandem Solar Cells Based on Optical Reinforcement of Colloidal Quantum Dots with Organic Bulk Heterojunctions

Havid Aqoma, Imil Fadli Imran, Muhibullah Al Mubarok, Wisnu Tantyo Hadmojo, Young Rag Do,* and Sung-Yeon Jang*.  Advanced Energy Materials, 2020, 1903294  | [DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201702934]


Thermal Conductance of Single-molecule Junctions

Longji Cui, Sunghoon Hur, Zico Alaia Akbar, Jan C. Klöckner, Wonho Jeong, Fabian Pauly*, Sung-Yeon Jang *, Pramod Reddy*  & Edgar Meyhofer*, Nature, 2019 volume 572, pages628–633 | [DOI: 10.1038/s41586-019-1420-z]


Performance Optimation of Paralel-Like Ternary Organic Solar Cells Through Simultaneous Improvement in Charge Generation and Transport

Wisnu Tantyo Hadmojo, Febrian Tri Adhi Wibowo, Wooseop Lee, Hye-Kyung Jang, Yeongsik Kim, Septy Sinaga, Minsuk Park, Sang-Yong Ju, Du Yeol Ryu,* In Hwan Jung,* and Sung-Yeon Jang*.  Advanced Functional  Materials, 2019, 1808731 | [DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201808731]

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  • January 2021
    Lab interview by UNIST magazine is published in the winter issue
    Interviews on the research area and life in our lab is published in the winter issue of the UNIST Magazine No.39.

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  • Nov 06, 2020
    Our work on Perovskite & Organic BHJ tandem structure is announced in UNIST Portal!
    Congratulation to Professor and the team! Our work on the inorganic perovskite & organic BHJ tandem solar cells that published in Advanced Energy Materials is announced in UNIST Portal.

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  • Sep 29, 2020
    Our collarboration project are updated on the UNIST NEWS Center
    Congratulation to Professor and Authors. The work on the photon downshifting layer deposited on the perovskite solar cells is going online in UNIST NEWS Center.

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  • January 2020
    Professor Sung-Yeon Jang works in Advanced Energy Materials journal is on the air
    Through a meaningful research in tandem solar cell technology which published in Advanced Energy Materials, our works is going online in UNIST portal !

    Congratulation Professor and the team!

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  • June 18, 2020
    Our Work Reported on the News!
    Congratulation to Professor and Zico. The work of self-healing thermoelectric material made it on the news.

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  • February 2020
    Professor Sung-Yeon Jang was selected as a man of Merit in ICT convergence at the 2019 Advancement of Basic Science Awards.
    Professor Sung-Yeon Jang has been selected as one of 10 recipients for the 2019 Advancement of Basic Science Awards, administered by the Ministry of Science and ICT.

    Congratulation Professor!

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  • December 2019
    Professor Sung-Yeon Jang is selected as the Researcher of the Year!
    With outstanding works throughout the years, Professor Sung-Yeon Jang is selected as the Researcher of the Year !

    Congratulation, Professor!

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  • August 2019
    Professor Sung-Yeon Jang's Work Is On Air
    Professor Sung-Yeon Jang’s great work on single molecule junction is in the news!

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  • April 2018
    Welcome to New Post-Doctoral Fellow
    We welcome new post-doc fellow to our group starting from April 2018. Dr. Vamsi who have research interest in molecular engineering will be working on synthesis materials for organic photovoltaic devices.
  • February 2018
    Featured as Back Cover of Advanced Energy Materials
    Randi got featured because his paper selected as the back cover of  Advanced Energy Materials journal February 2018 issue (IF 16.721). Good work, Randi!