2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual

Quantitative Synchrotron Grazing Incidence X-ray Scattering and Reflectivity Analysis of Nano-structures and Patterns Supported with Substrates

Moonhor Ree

Moonhor Ree

Professor, Polymer Synthesis & Physics Laboratory, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea

Education

  • 1987 - University of Massachusetts (Ph.D., Polymer Chemistry)
  • 1979 - KAIST (M.S., Polymer Chemistry)
  • 1977 - Korea University (B.S., Chemistry)

Professional Experience

  • 1993/08 - present : Pohang University of Science & Technology, Assistant, Associate, Full Professor
  • 2004/09- present : Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, Deputy Director
  • 1996/01- present : Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, SAXS Beamlines Manager
  • 2001/07-2002/07 : Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, Visiting Professor (USA)
  • 1988/09-1993/07 : IBM Adv. Packaging Laboratory, Advisory Scientist (USA)
  • 1987/04-1988/08 : IBM Almaden Research Center, Postdoctoral Fellow (USA)
  • 1978/06-1982/07 : SKC, Researcher (Korea)

Fields of Specialization

  • Synthesis of Functional and High Performance Polymers
  • Structure, Morphology, and Surface/Interface of Polymers: X-Ray, Neutron and Light Scattering , X-ray and Neutron Reflectivity, Ellipsometry, X-ray Absorption and IR Spectroscopy, AFM, TEM, and SEM
  • Properties of Polymers: Chemical, Optical, Photochemical, Electrical, and Physical
  • High Performance Polymers for Microelectronics, Displays, and Sensors
  • Conductings Polymers and Applications
  • Molecular/Nano Structured Polymers, Blends, and Composites
  • Smart Brush Polymers and Their Nanostructures, Properties and Applications
  • Biological Polymers and Applications: Proteins, DNA/RNA, and Polysaccharides
  • Utilizations of Enzymes, Bacteria, and Fungi in Polymers
  • Environmentally-Friendly Polymer and Applications

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