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김지환Professor
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Current Research Interests
The Kim"s group is studying the fundamental light-molecule interactions that occur in nanometer scale. Broadly, our research interests include spectroscopy of individual nanostructures and single molecules, and development of noble "chemical" nanoscopy techniques. To investigate the phenomena that are occurring in nano-scale world, we extensively use the state-of-art microscopy and sensitive spectroscopy techniques such as apertureless near-field scanning microscopy and surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS). Currently, we are mainly, but not exclusively, interested in understanding how the localized plasmons of noble metal nanoparticles interact with another plasmon and with nearby molecules.

Education
Ph.D. Chemistry, Stanford University, California, USA, 2002

B.S. Chemistry, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, 1995

Research Experiences
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, 2013-Present

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Korea University, Seoul, Korea 2009-2013

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Korea University, Seoul, Korea 2005-2009

Research Fellow, U. C. Berkeley, California, USA, 2002-2005


Representative Publications
"The b2-Peaks in SERS Spectra of 4-Aminobenzenethiol: a Photochemical Artifact or a Real Chemical Enhancement?” H.- K. Choi, H. K. Shon, H. Yu, T. G. Lee*, and Zee Hwan Kim*, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 4, 1079−1086 (2013).

“Localized plasmon resonances of bimetallic AgAuAg nanorods”, S-. H. Ahn, D-. S. Kim, D. Seo, W. Choi, G.- R. Yi, H. Song, Q-. H. Park, and Z. H. Kim* Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 15, 4190-4194 (2013).

"Role of in-plane polarizability of the tip in scattering near-field microscopy of a plasmonic nanoparticle”, D. S. Kim and Z. H. Kim*, Opt. Express, 20(8), 8689-8699 (2012).

"Charge Transfer Enhancement in the SERS of a Single Molecule", W-. H. Park and Z. H. Kim*, Nano Lett. 10, 4040-4048 (2010).

“Real-Space Mapping of the Strongly Coupled Plasmons of Nanoparticle Dimers”, D. S. Kim, J. Heo, S-. H. Ahn, S. W. Han, W. S. Yun, and Z. H. Kim*Nano Lett. 9(10) 3619 (2009).

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