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Dr. Jaemin Lee

My name is Jaemin Lee, a Research Fellow working in the Hatton group in Chemistry, the University of Warwick. I was awarded my PhD in 2016 from the Graduate School of EEWS (Energy, Environment, Water, and Sustainability), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2019 QS World University Ranking 40 and QS Korean National Ranking 1). My PhD research focused on the development of stretchable metal electrodes and the optimisation of fabrication processes of optoelectronic devices as well as the chemical and interfacial engineering.

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-Publications-

  1. G. Dinesha M. R. Dabera, Jaemin Lee, Ross A. Hatton*, “An Electrode Design Rule for Organic Photovoltaics Elucidated Using a Low Surface Area Electrode”, Advanced Functional Materials, (Accepted) (2019).
  2. Silvia Varagnolo, Jaemin Lee, Houari Amari, Ross A. Hatton*, “Selective deposition of silver and copper films by condensation coefficient modulation”, Materials Horizons (Accepted) (2019).
  3. Ki-Won Seo†, Jaemin Lee† (†These authors equally contributed to this paper), Jihwan Jo†, Changsoon Cho, and Jung-Yong Lee*, “Highly efficient (>10%) flexible organic solar cells on PEDOT-free and ITO-free transparent electrodes”, Advanced Materials (Accepted) (2019).
  4. Jaemin Lee, Marc Walker, Silvia Varagnolo, Steven Huband, Ross A. Hatton*, “Stabilizing Silver Window Electrodes for Organic Photovoltaics Using a Mercaptosilane Monolayer”, ACS Applied Energy Materials, 2, 7, 5198-5205 (2019).
  5. Philip Bellchambers, Jaemin Lee, Silvia Varagnolo, Houari Amari, Marc Walker and Ross A. Hatton*, “Elucidating the Exceptional Passivation Effect of 0.8 nm Evaporated Aluminium on Transparent Copper Films”, Frontiers in Materials, 5:71 (2018).
  6. H. Jessica Pereira, Joseph Reed, Jaemin Lee, Silvia Varagnolo, G. Dinesha M. R. Dabera, and Ross A. Hatton*, “Fabrication of Copper Window Electrodes with ≈108 Apertures cm−2 for Organic Photovoltaics”, Advanced Functional Materials, 1802893 (2018).
  7. Junho Jang, Hyeon-Gyun Im, Jungho Jin, Jaemin Lee, Jung-Yong Lee, and Byeong-Soo Bae*, “A Flexible and Robust Transparent Conducting Electrode Platform Using an Electroplated Silver Grid/Surface-Embedded Silver Nanowire Hybrid Structure”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 40, 27035-27043 (2016).
  8. Hyeon-Gyun Im†, Seonju Jeong†, Jungho Jin, Jaemin Lee, Doo-Young Youn, Won-Tae Koo, Sin-Bi Kang, Hyo-Joong Kim, Junho Jang, Daewon Lee, Han-Ki Kim, Il-Doo Kim, Jung-Yong Lee*, and Byeong-Soo Bae*, “Hybrid Crystalline-ITO/Metal Nanowire Mesh Transparent Electrodes and Their Application for Highly Flexible Perovskite Solar Cells”, NPG Asia Materials, 8, e282 (2016).
  9. Jaeho Ahn†, Ji-Won Seo†, Jong Yun Kim, Jaemin Lee, Changsoon Cho, Juhoon Kang, Sung-Yool Choi, and Jung-Yong Lee*, “Self-Supplied Nano-Fusing and Transferring Metal Nanostructures via Surface Oxide Reduction”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8, 2, 1112-1119 (2016).
  10. Hyeonjin Eom, Jaemin Lee, Aekachan Pichitpajongkit, Morteza Amjadi, Jun-Ho Jeong, Eungsug Lee, Jung-Yong Lee and Inkyu Park*, "Ag@Ni core-shell nanowire network for robust transparent electrodes against oxidation and sulfurization", Small, 10, 20, 4171-4148 (2014).
  11. Hyeon-Gyun Im, Soo-Ho Jung, Jungho Jin, Dasom Lee, Jaemin Lee, Daewon Lee, Jung-Yong Lee, Il-Doo Kim*, and Byeong-Soo Bae*, “Flexible Transparent Conducting Hybrid Film Using Surface-Embedded Copper Nanowire Network: A Highly Oxidation-Resistant Copper Nanowire Electrode for Flexible Optoelectronics”, ACS Nano, 8, 10, 10973-10979 (2014).
  12. Kiwoo Jun, Jaemin Lee, Jung-Yong Lee, Il-Kwon. Oh*, “Bio-inspired dielectric elastomer actuator based on AgNWs and carbon black hybrid electrode”, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 14, 10, 7483-7487 (2014).
  13. Hyeon-Gyun Im, Jungho Jin, Ji-Hoon Ko, Jaemin Lee, Jung-Yong Lee, and Byeong-Soo Bae*, “Flexible transparent conducting composite films using a monolithically embedded AgNW electrode with robust performance stability”, Nanoscale, 6, 711-715 (2014).
  14. Young Keun Lee, Jaemin Lee, Hyosun Lee, Jung-Yong Lee*, and Jeong Young Park*, “Probing polarization modes of Ag nanowires with hot electron detection on Au/TiO2 nanodiodes”, Applied Physics Letters, 102, 123112 (2013).
  15. Jaemin Lee, Inhwa Lee, Taek-Soo Kim, and Jung-Yong Lee*, “Efficient Welding of Silver Nanowire Networks without Post-Processing”, Small, 9, 17, 2887-2894 (2013).
  16. Jungho Jin†, Jaemin Lee† (†These authors equally contributed to this paper), Seonju Jeong, SeungCheol Yang, Ji-Hoon Ko, Hyeon-Gyun Im, Se-Woong Baek, Jung-Yong Lee* and Byeong-Soo Bae*, “High performance hybrid plastic films: A robust electrode platform for thin-film optoelectronics”, Energy & Environmental Science, 6, 1811-1817 (2013) Front cover.
  17. Jaemin Lee, Sun Jin Yun*, Jun Kwan Kim and Jung Wook Lim, “Texturing of Ga-Doped ZnO Transparent Electrode for a-Si:H Thin Film Solar Cells”, Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 14, 11, B124-B126 (2011).
  18. Jun Kwan Kim, Sun Jin Yun* Jaemin Lee, Jung Wook Lim, “Effect of RF-power Density on the Resistivity of Ga-doped ZnO Film Deposited by RF-magnetron Sputter Deposition Technique”, Current Applied Physics, 10, 3, S451-S454 (2010).
  19. Jun Kwan Kim, Jaemin Lee, Jung Wook Lim, Je Ha Kim, and Sun Jin Yun*, “High Performance Transparent Conducting Ga-doped ZnO film Deposited by RF-magnetron Sputter Deposition Technique”, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics Special Issue, 49, 04DP09 (2009).

-Patents-

  1. Methods of fabricating a metal nanowire dispersion solution and methods of fabricating a transparent conductor using the same, Granted (US9905324B2).
  2. Method of manufacturing silver nanowires, Granted (US9662710B2).
  3. Method of manufacturing silver nanowire, Pending (1020130096902).
  4. Fabricating method for metal nanowire and fabricating method for transparent conductor using the same, Pending (1020130066687).
  5. Method for treating antireflection of zinc oxide and solar cell manufacturing method used the same, Granted (1012968430000).