• Kwanpyo Kim (김관표)

  • Assistant Professor
  • Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience
  • Current Research Interests
    1. Graphene, 2D Materials: 2D materials (graphene, hBN, and others) and their heterostructures have emerged as exciting systems for investigation of novel physical properties and applications in ultrathin electronics. Our focus lies on the hunt for next-generation 2D materials beyond graphene.
    2. Electron Microscopy: Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) allows us to investigate various material properties at atomic resolution. Especially, the developments of various in situ & ex situ measurement systems now can be used to image atomic and nano-scale behaviors of materials under various environments including electric fields, mechanical stimulus, and liquid-phase.
    3. Nanoelectromechanical Systems (NEMS): Nanoelectromechanical systems utilize the mechanical degree of freedom of nanodevices to investigate mechanical properties of nanomaterials, quantum mechanical behaviors as well as to explore its applications for sensors with ultra-high sensitivity.
  • Biographical Sketch
    • B.S. in Physics (2006), Seoul National University, Korea
    • Ph.D. in Physics (2012), University of California at Berkeley (Advisor: Prof. Alex Zettl)
    • Postdoctoral research associate in the Group of Prof. ZhenanBao at Stanford University (2012-2014)
    • Assistant Professor in Department of Physics, UNIST (2014 – )
  • Selected Publications
    1. Jonghyeok Kim, Kitaek Lim, Yangjin Lee, Jongin Kim, Kihwan Kim, Jungwon Park*, Kwanpyo Kim*, Won Chul Lee*, “Precise Identification of Graphene’s Crystal Structures by Removable Nanowire Epitaxy”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 8, 1302-1309 (2017).
    2. Won Chul Lee†, Kwanpyo Kim†, Jungwon Park†, Jahyun Koo, Hu Young Jeong, Hoonkyung Lee, David A. Weitz, Alex Zettl, and Shoji Takeuchi, “Graphene-templated directional growth of an inorganic nanowire”, Nature Nanotechnol. 10, 423-428 (2015).(† Equal contribution)
    3. Kwanpyo Kim†, Han-Bo-Ram Lee†, Richard W. Johnson, Jukka T. Tanskanen, Nan Liu, Myung-Gil Kim, Changhyun Pang, ChiyuiAhn, Stacey F. Bent, and ZhenanBao, “Selective metal deposition at graphene line defects by atomic layer deposition”, Nature Commun. 5, 4781 (2014).(†Equal contribution)
    4. Kwanpyo Kim, SinisaCoh, C. Kisielowski, M. F. Crommie, Steven G. Louie, Marvin L. Cohen, and A. Zettl, “Atomically perfect torn graphene edges and their reversible reconstruction”, Nature Commun. 4, 2723 (2013).
    5. Kwanpyo Kim, SinisaCoh, Liang Z. Tan, William Regan, Jong Min Yuk, Eric Chatterjee, M. F. Crommie, Marvin L. Cohen, Steven G. Louie, and A. Zettl, “Raman Spectroscopy Study of Rotated Double-Layer Graphene: Misorientation-Angle Dependence of Electronic Structure”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 246103 (2012).
    6. Jong Min Yuk, Jungwon Park, Peter Ercius, Kwanpyo Kim, Danny J. Hellebusch, M. F. Crommie, Jeong Yong Lee, A. Zettl, and A. Paul Alivisatos, “High-Resolution EM of Colloidal Nanocrystal Growth Using Graphene Liquid Cells”, Science 336, 61-64 (2012).
    7. Kwanpyo Kim, Vasilii I. Artyukhov, William Regan, Yuanyue Liu, M. F. Crommie, Boris I. Yakobson, and A. Zettl, “Ripping Graphene: Preferred Directions”, Nano Lett. 12, 293-297 (2012).
    8. Kwanpyo Kim†, Zonghoon Lee†, William Regan, C. Kisielowski, M. F. Crommie, and A. Zettl, “Grain Boundary Mapping in Polycrystalline Graphene”, ACS Nano 5, 2142-2146 (2011).
      (†Equal contribution)