Han-Bo-Ram Lee’s current research interests and topics are focused on understanding and controlling surface chemistry and reactions, and applying this knowledge to various applications of which properties could be improved by functionalization of surface from nanoscopic to macroscopic ranges.

Atomic-level theoretical calculations using density functional theory (DFT) and system modeling are employed, and experimental controls and functionalization of surface properties are realized by dry and wet methods, including atomic layer deposition (ALD) and galvanic displacement reactions.

Prof. Lee’s current research topics are categorized three parts; 1) electronic textile, 2) hydrophobic surface, and 3) 2D materials. More details are provided in separate pages via links below.

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