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I am Hong Seok Kang (email:hsk@jj.ac.kr) a professor in the Department of Nano & Advanced Materials Science, Jeonju University, South Korea. Let me briefly introduce my research and lectures.

First, my lecture includes engineering mathematics, basic quantum mechanics, introduction to semiconductor devices, and introduction to carbon materials, etc. I believe that all these classes will be essential in promoting academic achievement for students in Nano & Advanced Materials Science. In 2013, one of my undergraduate students made three puiblication with me in high impact journal like Journal of Material Chemistry and ChemSusChem

Second, I have been involved in the research in quantum mechanical calculations for various materials, which can be categorized into two subjects: the first one is independent research focusing on the calculation of electronic structures of nanomaterials. A decade ago, I was involved in carbon nanotubes and graphene. For my scientific achievements, I was awarded “Ipjae Physical Chemistry Prize” in 2009, a prize for an excellent scientific achievements to one physical chemist per year by the Division of Physical Chemistry (DPC) of Korean Chemical Society (KCS).

Nowadays, my interest moved to other two-dimensional (2D) materials such as arsenic phosphide (AsP) which is a analog to 2D layered material of phosphorene, organometallic layered materials, and other inorganic and organometallic layered materials. Related to these problems, we have recent publications in Chemistry of Materials , Journal of Physical Chemistry C , etc. The second category is a productive collaboration with an active experimental group in the other institute, which is involved in the research on the energy storage materials such as lithium ion batteries (LIBs), perovskite solar cells, and photodetectors based on 2D layered materials of gallium sulfide/selenide alloy, etc. In the collaboration, we have made four publications in ACS Nano in recent 5 years. We are currently focusing on the LIBs and optoelectronic properties based on layered materials.

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