Specialist in Conductive material design and synthesis

​Dr. Minsu Han has outstanding expertise in the design and synthesis of organic/inorganic conductive materials and their applications. He has extensive experience in the synthesis, characterization, thin film coating, and device fabrication of various types of organic materials. He is good at electrochemical-based analysis, so he prefers to apply materials to electronic devices. He recently focused on the development of organic-inorganic hybrid materials for applications in the fields of catalysis, energy, and the environment.

Dr. Minsu Han was granted a bachelor's degree in 2015 and a Ph.D. in 2021 from the department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Yonsei University. In the laboratory where he studied during his doctoral studies, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher for organic-inorganic hybrid materials and electrochemical applications until June 2022. He has been working as a postdoctoral research fellow at Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) at the University of Queensland since July 2022. He is working on the design and synthesis of organic and inorganic materials for applications in the fields of energy & catalysts.

Key Publications

  1. M Han, W Zhu, MSA Hossain, J You, J Kim "Recent progress of functional metal–organic framework materials for water treatment using sulfate radicals" Environmental Research 211, 112956 (2022)

  2. M Han, CH Cho, H Jang, E Kim "Black-to-transparent electrochromic capacitive windows based on conjugated polymers" Journal of Materials Chemistry A 9 (29), 16016-16027 (2021)

  3. M Han, B Kim, H Lim, H Jang, E Kim "Transparent photothermal heaters from a soluble NIR‐absorbing diimmonium salt" Advanced Materials 32 (1), 1905096 (2020)

  4. B Kim, M Han, E Kim "Photothermally powered conductive films for absorber-free solar thermoelectric harvesting" Journal of Materials Chemistry A 7 (5), 2066-2074 (2019)

  5. Y Kim, M Han, J Kim, E Kim "Electrochromic capacitive windows based on all conjugated polymers for a dual function smart window" Energy & Environmental Science 11 (8), 2124-2133 (2018)