“Less Energy Higher Performance & Efficiency
Low-Carbon & Sustainable Growth”
“Exploring Advanced Optoelectronic Devices
with Functional Quantum- & Nano-structures and Materials”
Welcome to the Advanced Quantum-Nano Materials & Optoelectronics Laboratory (AQNMOL) !
AQNMOL is dedicated to exploring the potentials for the advanced optoelectronic devices and technologies that consume less energy and produce higher performance & efficiency, i.e. photovoltaic (PV) devices & light emitting diode (LEDs), etc. The advancement and development of less-energy & high-efficiency applications heavily reply on the improvement of novel quantum- and nano-structures and associated material systems. The lab focuses on the fabrication & characterization of advanced quantum- and nano-structures & related optoelectronic devices by using molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), pulsed laser deposition (PLD), atomic force microscopy (AFM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), photoluminescence (PL), Raman spectroscopy, etc.
“The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part;
the important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle,
the essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well.”
Pierre de Coubertin
(Founder of the International Olympic Committee)
Prof. Dr. Jihoon Lee, Ph.D., MBA
Department of Electronic Engineering
Seoul, South Korea
Address: 635 Hwado Building
Department of Electronic Engineering
Nowon-gu Seoul 01897
Special Issue Editor
*IF 4.043 (JCR 2018)
MDPI Basel, Switzerland
Nanoscale Research Letters
* IF 3.125 (JCR 2018)
Springer New York, USA
* Selected Publications:
Over 130 SCI Journal Publications:
- Improved Configuration and LSPR Response of Platinum Nanoparticles via Enhanced Solid State Dewetting of In-Pt Bilayers, Scientific Reports 9:1329 (2019).
- Evolution of morphological and optical properties of various AuxPd1-xbimetallic nanostructures by the systematic control of composition, Applied Surface Science 450, 336–347 (2018).
- Au-assisted Fabrication of Nano-holes on c-plane Sapphire via Thermal Treatment guided by Au Nanoparticles as Catalysts, Applied Surface Science 393, 23 (2017).
- Various Silver Nanostructures on Sapphire Using Plasmon Self-Assembly and Dewetting of Thin Films, Nano-Micro Letters 9, 17 (2016).
- Nanoparticles to Nanoholes: Fabrication of Porous GaN with Precisely Controlled Dimension via the Enhanced GaN Decomposition by Au nanoparticles, Crystal Growth & Design, 16, 3334(2016).
- From the Au nano-clusters to the nanoparticles on 4H-SiC (0001), Scientific Reports, 5, 13954 (2015)
- Diamagnetic and paramagnetic shifts in self-assembled InAs lateral quantum dot molecules, Physical Review B, 91, 202427 (2015).
- Origin of nanohole formation by etching based on droplet epitaxy, Nanoscale, 6, 2675 (2014).
- Epitaxially Self‐Assemblied Quantum Dot Pairs, Advanced Optical Materials, 1, 201-214 (2013).
- Self-Assembly of Multiple Stacked Nanorings by Vertically Correlated Droplet Epitaxy, Advanced Functional Materials, 24, 530 (2013).
- Coulomb interaction signatures in self-assembled lateral quantum dot molecules, Physical Review B, 87, 125309 (2013).
- Self-Assembled InGaAs Quantum Dot Clusters with Controlled Spatial and Spectral Properties, Nano letters, 12, 5169 (2012).
- Evolution of self-assembled InGaAs tandem nanostructures consisting a hole and pyramid on type-A high index GaAs substrates by droplet epitaxy, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology 9, 149 (2010).
Featured on the Journal cover of the volume 9, issue 2 of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology.
- Energy Transfer within Ultralow Density Twin InAs Quantum Dots Grown by Droplet Epitaxy, ACS Nano 2, 2219, (2008).
- Formation of hybrid molecules composed of Ga metal particle in direct contact with InGaAs semiconductor quantum ring, Crystal growth & design, 8, 690 (2008).
- Spatially localized formation of InAs quantum dots on shallow mesa- and trench patterns regardless of crystallographic directions, Advanced Functional Materials 17, 3187 (2007).
- Self-Organization of InAs Quantum-Dot Clusters Directed by Droplet Homoepitaxy, Small, 3, 235, (2007).
- InGaAs quantum dot molecules around self-assembled GaAs nano-mound templates, Applied Physics Letters 89, 202101 (2006).
Featured on the Journal Cover of Volume 89, Issue 20.
One of the Most Downloaded Articles of November 2006.
- Evolution between self-assembled single and double ring-like structures, Nanotechnology 17, 3973 (2006).
- Ga-Triggered oxide desorption from GaAs (100) and non-(100) Substrates, Applied Physics Letters 88, 252108 (2006).
- Localized Formation of InAs Quantum Dots on Shallow- patterned GaAs (100), Applied Physics Letter 88, 233102 (2006).
(Featured on the Journal cover of volume 88, issue 23 of APL)
- Selective growth of InGaAs/GaAs quantum dot chains on pre-patterned GaAs (100), Nanotechnology 17, 2275 (2006).
(Highlighted in the NanoWerk Spotlight, QD necklaces and other QD chains, April 12, 2006)
- Surface ordering of (In,Ga)As quantum dots controlled by GaAs substrate indexes, Applied Physics Letters 85, 5031 (2004).
[ With President Bill Clinton at the Networked Society Forum in Hong Kong]