|Name: Hyun-Joong Chung
Areas of Expertise: Soft materials, Flexible electronics, Polymer nanocomposites
Position: Assistant Professor
|Brief Description of Research:|
|Hyun-Joong Chung is an Assistant Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta since 2013. He received B.S. from KAIST and Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, he worked for 3 years as a senior engineer at Samsung Display in Korea, where he contributed in developing prototype large-area OLED TVs, followed by a postdoctoral training on stretchable electronics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His current research interests are on soft materials – specifically on hydrogels and elastomeric polymers and composites – and their applications in energy devices and wearable bioelectronics. He is the recipient of Hanwha Non-Tenured Faculty Award in 2015 for his contributions in polymer nanocomposites.|
|5 Select Publications (trainees underlined):|
|X. Li, H. Charaya, G.M. Bernard, J.A.W. Elliott, V.K. Michaelis, B. Lee, H.-J. Chung, “Low-Temperature Ionic Conductivity Enhanced by Disrupted Ice Formation in Polyampholyte Hydrogels”, Macromolecules, 51 (7), 2723–2731 (2018).
T.-G. La, X. Li, A. Kumar, Y. Fu, S. Yang, H.-J. Chung, “Highly Flexible, Multi-Pixelated Thermochromic Smart Windows Made of Tough Hydrogels”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 9(38) 33100-33106 (2017)
X. Li, L.Liu, X. Wang, Y.S. Ok, J.A.W. Elliott, S.X. Chang, H.-J. Chung, “Flexible and Self-Healable Aqueous Supercapacitors for Low Temperature Applications: Polyampholyte Gel Electrolytes with Biochar Electrodes”, Scientific Reports, 7, 1685 (11 pages) (2017)
LX. i, A.T. Hong, N. Naskar, H.-J. Chung, “Criteria for Quick and Consistent Synthesis of Poly(Glycerol Sebacate) for Tailored Mechanical Properties”, Biomacromolecules, 16 (5), 1525–1533 (2015).
H.-J. Chung, M.S. Sulkin, J.-S. Kim, C. Goudeseune, H.-Y. Chao, J.W. Song, S.Y. Yang, Y.-Y Hsu, R. Ghaffari, I.R. Efimov*, and J.A. Rogers*, “Stretchable, Multiplexed pH Sensors With Demonstrations on Rabbit and Human Hearts Undergoing Ischemia”, Adv. Healthc. Mater., 3 (1), 59-68 (2014).