• 2017
  • [55]

    [Aug. 29] KIST Seminar, Seoul, Korea

    Surface-Ligand Interaction in Colloidal Quantum Dots for Photovoltaic Applications 

  • [54]

    [Aug. 22] Workshop on Computational Semiconductor Physics, Inner Mongolia

    Ligand-Surface Atomic Structure of Colloidal Nanocrystal Quantum Dots 

  • [53]

    [Jul. 12] Nano Korea 2017, Ilsan, Korea

    Ab Initio Surface Chemistry of Colloidal Quantum Dots for Photovoltaic Applications

  • 2016
  • [52]

    [Sep. 2] SRC 월례회, Korea

    Nanoscale coherent thermal physics: Seebeck effect and nanoscale friction

  • [51]

    [May. 13] 삼성종기원 초청강연, Korea

    First-Principles Atomic Understanding on Surface Chemistry of Colloidal Quantum Dots

  • [50]

    [May. 2] KAIST 물리학과 콜로키움, Korea

    Introduction to Intriguing Nano-Thermal Physics Phenomena

  • [49]

    [Apr. 21] Korean Physical Society 2016 Spring Meeting, Daejun, Korea

    SPM-DFT Collaboration Revealing Microscopic Phonon Dynamics

  • [48]

    [Apr. 16] 대전과고 토요특강, Korea

    어느 물리학자의 응답하라 1998

  • [47]

    [Jan. 28] APCTCC-7, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    Ab Initio Directed Understanding on Surface Chemistry of Colloidal Quantum Dots

  • 2015
  • [46]

    [Dec. 22] APCTP 2015 Workshop on Frontiers of Physics, Yeosu, Korea

    Understanding Nanoscale Thermal Physics

  • [45]

    [Nov. 26] MOF and Beyond 2015, Yangpyeong, Korea

    Gas Adsorption and Desorption Thermodynamics from First Principles

  • [44]

    [Nov. 2-4] Dasan Conference, Jeju, Korea

    Understanding Nanoscale Thermal Physics Probed by Scanning Probe Microscopy

  • [43]

    [Oct. 25] IUMRS-ICAM 2015, Jeju, Korea

    Ab Initio Surface Chemistry of Colloidal Quantum Dots

  • [42]

    [Jun. 23] Telluride Conference 2015, CO, USA

    Gas adsorption/desorption thermodynamics on functionalized carbon materials

  • [41]

    [May. 10] EU-Korea Workshop on Advanced Functional Materials (EMRS 2015), Lille, France

    Thermoelectricity at the atomic scale: Bulk vs. interface

  • 2014
  • [40]

    [Nov. 18] International Conference on Electronic Materials and Nanotechnology for Green Environment (ENGE 2014), Jeju, Korea

    Simulation of Scanning Seebeck Microscopy Images

  • [39]

    [Jun. 20] 2014 KIAS Electronic Structure Workshop, Seoul, Korea

    Theory of Scanning Seebeck Microscopy

  • [38]

    [Feb. 7]  제 10회 표면나노과학 워크샵, Yongpyeong, Korea

    Scanning Thermoelectric Microscopywith Atomic Resolution: SeebeckEffect at the Atomic Scale

  • 2013
  • [37]

    [Nov. 19]  KIMM-KAIST Workshop 2013, Daejun, Korea

    Colloidal Quantum Dots: Shape, Surface Passivation, and Stability

  • [36]

    [Nov. 8]   그래핀연구회심포지엄, Gwangju, Korea

    Atomic scale thermoelectricity of graphene

  • [35]

    [Oct. 25]  대한금속재료학회 2013년도 추계학술대회, Gwangju, Korea

    Thermoelectricity at the Nanoscale

  • [34]

    [Jul. 25] The 7th Conference of the Asian Consortium on Computational Materials Science (ACCMS-7), Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand

    Theory of Thermoelectricity in Graphene

  • [33]

    [Jul. 12] The Sixth Asia-Pacific Conference of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (APCTCC 6), Kyeongju, Korea

    Novel Strategy for Designing Room-Temperature Hydrogen Storage Materials

  • [32]

    [Jul. 10] Nano Korea 2013, Seoul, Korea

    Nanoscale Graphene Science: Chemistry, Strain, and Friction

  • [31]

    [Jun. 19] International Workshop of Computational Nano-Materials Design on Green Energy, Awaji, Japan

    Novel Strategy for Designing Room-Temperature Hydrogen Storage Materials

  • [30]

    [Jan. 23] IBS Workshop, Muju, Korea

    Quantum Mechanics Study of Gas Adsorption/Desorption on Nanomaterials

  • 2012
  • [29]

    [Nov. 17] SWOCS IV, Pohang, Korea

    Defects in Graphene: Chemistry versus Physics

  • [28]

    [Nov. 6] 14th Asian Workshop on First-Principles Electronic Structure Calculations (ASIAN14), Taiwan, Taipei

    Defect Engineering in Graphene: From Biomimetic Catalysis to Nanoscale Friction

  • [27]

    [Jun. 20] Workshop "Pioneers in Soft Matter Science", Daejeon, Korea

    Theory of Rigid but Soft Graphene

  • [26]

    [Apr. 5] The Korean Society of Thermophysical Properties 2012 Meeting, Jeju, Korea 

    First-Principles Molecular Dynamics Study of AlCu Nanocluster Melting

  • [25]

    [Jan. 15] KAIST-UMD Symposium, Muju, Korea

    First-Principles Design of Enhanced Gas Adsorption Materials for Renewable Energy Applications

  • [24]

    [Jan. 9] Nanotube Workshop 2012, Pyeongchang, Korea

    Excellent Oxygen Reduction Catalysis of Biomimetic Carbon Nanotube: Theory and Experiment

  • 2011
  • [23]

    [Dec. 22] Worksop on Computational Bio- and Nanoscience, Pyeongchang, Korea

    First-Principles Study of Gas Adsorption and Catalysis of Defect-Engineered Graphenes and Nanotubes

  • [22]

    [Dec. 20] KIMS Workshop on Thermoelectric Technology, Gyeongju, Korea

    Quantum Molecular Dynamics Study on Thermal Properties of Al1-xCux Nanoclusters

  • [21]

    [Nov. 19] SWOCS III, Pohang, Korea

    Quantum Mechanically Designing Enhanced Gas Adsorption for Renewable Energy Application

  • [20]

    [Nov. 3] Conference on Computational Physics 2011, Gatlinburg, TN

    Gas Adsorption and Renewable Energy Application: Lessons from Quantum Mechanics

  • [19]

    [Oct. 20] Korean Physical Society 2011 Fall Meeting, Busan, Korea

    Overview of van der Waals Interaction correction method in Density Functional Theory Calculations

  • 2010
  • [18]

    [Dec. 7] KSC 2010, Seoul, Korea

    Half-Solidity of Al Nanoclusters: A Molecular Dynamics Study

  • [17]

    [Oct. 1] KAIST Graphene Workshop, KAIST, Daejeon, Korea

    First-Principles Study of Defect Engineered Graphene

  • [16]

    [Aug. 19] IEEE Nano 2010 & Nano Korea 2010, Seoul, Korea

    Quantum Mechanic Search for Optimal Hydrogen Storage Nanostructured Materials

  • [15]

    [Aug. 3] M&M 2010, Portland, OR

    Ab Initio Search for Hydrogen Storage Nanostructured Materials

  • [14]

    [June. 21] 2010 KIAS Electronic Structure Workshop, Seoul, Korea

    Theory of Pseudocapacitance and Hysteresis

  • [13]

    [May. 19] FHI Workshop, Berlin, Germany

    Accuracy of density functional theory calculations of di-hydrogen storage materials

  • [12]

    [Apr. 7] Materials Research Society 2010 Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA

    Theory of Pseudocapacitive and Hysteretic Energy Storage

  • [11]

    [Jan. 21] 1st Korea Workshop on First-Principles Simulations of Nanostructured Hydrogen Storage Materials, Daejeon, Korea

    Theory of Hydrogen Storage

  • [10]

    [Jan. 19] KAIST-UMD Symposium, Songli Mountain, Korea

    Theory of Hydrogen Storage in Nanostructured Materials

  • 2009
  • [9]

    [Nov. 30] Materials Research Society 2009 Fall Meeting, Boston, MA

    Design Principles of Exposed Metal-Organic Frameworks toward Enhanced Hydrogen Physisorption

  • [8]

    [Nov. 22] SWOCS, Pohang, Korea

    Theory of Hydrogen Storage in Nanostructured Materials

  • [7]

    [Nov. 9] Collaborative Conference on Interacting Nanostructures 2009, San Diego, CA

    Enhanced Molecular Hydrogen Interaction in Nanostructured Metal-Organic Frameworks

  • [6]

    [Oct. 26-28] 12th Asian Workshop on First-Principles Electronic Structure Calculations (ASIAN12), Beijing, China

    Enhanced Hydrogen Physisorption on Open Metal Sites of Metal-Organic Frameworks

  • [5]

    [Sep. 24] WCU Nano-Bio Workshop, Songli Mountain, Korea

    Nanocluster Melting and Its Implication to Protein Dynamics

  • [4]

    [Mar. 16] American Physical Society 2009 March Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA

    Energy Storage in Nanostructured Materials

  • 2008
  • [3]

    [Mar. 26] Materials Research Society 2008 Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA

    Weakly Bound Hydrogen Interaction for Onboard Vehicle Storage: From van der Waals to Kubas

  • 2007
  • [2]

    [Sep. 20] Materials Science and Technology 2007 Conference and Exhibition, Detroit, MI

    First-Principles Study of Nanostructured Materials for Room-Temperature Reversible Hydrogen Storage

  • 2005
  • [1]

    [Jun. 13] 2nd KIAS Electronic Structure Calculation Workshop, Korea

    Toward Development of First-Principles Theory for Molecule-Surface Interactions in Aqueous Solutions