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임종우Assistant Professor
  • E-MAILjwlim@snu.ac.kr
  • ADDRESS503-506,529

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Current Research Interests
Many of renewable energy sources exist in varied forms such as waste heat, sunlight, and even wastewater. As a result of such variety of forms, a development of a wide range of energy converting technologies is essential. For example, Li-ion batteries can reversely transform electricity to chemical energy. Microbial fuel cell and thermoelectric module can convert organic matter and heat into electricity, respectively. The overall efficiency of these technologies is largely governed by reaction and transport of energy carriers such as electrons, ions, and phonons. Thus, detailed characterization holds the key to improvement of device performance. Employing analytical and physical chemistry strategies, our group explores electrochemical and solid-state material system applied in important renewable energy applications, namely, Li ion battery, microbial electrochemical device, and thermoelectrics

Education
B.S. Chemistry, POSTECH, Korea, 2008
Ph.D. Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, 2013

Research Experiences
Postdoctoral Fellow, Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, 2014-2017
Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, 2014
Undergraduate Researcher, Chemistry, POSTECH, 2007-2008

Representative Publications
"Origin and Hysteresis of Lithium Compositional Spatiodynamics within battery primary particle" J. Lim, Y. Li, D. H. Alsem, H. So, S. Lee, P. Bai, D.A. Cogswell, X. Liu, N. Jin, Y. Yu, N. Salmon, D. Shapiro, M. Z. Bazant, T. Tyliszczak, W. C. Chueh, Science, 353, 6299, (2016)

"Thermal Transport in Silicon nanowires at High Temperature up to 700K" J. Lee, W. Lee, J.Lim, Y. Yu, Q. Kong, J. Urban, and P. Yang, Nano Letters, 16, 4133, (2016)

"Simultaneous Thermoelectric Property Measurement and Incoherent Phonon Transport in Holey Silicon" J. Lim, H. Wang, J. Tang, S. C. Andrews, J. Lee, D.H. Lee, T. Russell, and P. Yang, ACS Nano, 10, 124 (2016)

Ballistic Phonon Transport in Holey Silicon, J. Lee, J. Lim, P. Yang, Nano Letters, 2015, 15, 3273 - 3279 (2015)

"Quantifying Surface Roughness Effect on Phonon Transport in Silicon Nanowires" J. Lim, K. Hippalgaonkar, S. C. Andrews, A. Majumdar and P. Yang, Nano Letters, 12, 2475, (2012)

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