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Joon Hyong Cho

Postdoctoral Researcher

Expertise in controlled mono/multilayer graphene growth using CVD on Cu foil, Cu/Ni thin film, and Pt thin film

Expertise in using equipment for cleanroom fabrication processes of E-beam lithography (SEM), photolithography, DRIE, E-beam evaporator, sputter, and FIB

Expertise in using Matlab, Fortran, COMSOL, CAD, Solidworks programs

Experiences in setting up electrical measurement systems of RF network analyzer, spectrum analyzer, current amplifier, DC supplier, multi-meter using GPIB

Selected Publications

[1] J. H. Cho, S. R. Na, S. Park, D. Akinwande, K. Liechti, and M. Cullinan, "Controlling the number of graphene layers using growth pressure", Nanotechnology, 30, 23, 235602 (2019)

[2] J. H. Cho, M. Cullinan, “Graphene Growth on and Transfer From Platinum Thin Films”, Journal of Micro and Nano-Manufacturing, 6, 2 (2018)

[3] J. H. Cho, J. J. Gorman, S. R. Na, M. Cullinan, "Growth of monolayer graphene on nanoscale copper-nickel alloy thin films", Carbon, 115, 441-448 (2017)

[4] J. H. Cho, M. Seo, T. Lee, J. H. Kim, S. C. Jun, Y. M. Jhon, K. Ahn, R. H. Blick, H. C. Park, C. Kim, “Transition of a nanomechanical Sharvin oscillator towards the chaotic regime”, New Journal of Physics, 19, 3 (2017)


H. Grady Rylander Longhorn Mechanical Engineering Club Excellence in Teaching Fellowship Endowment, 2017-2018

Brain Korea 21 Participation Scholarship, 2009

National Science and Technology Scholarship, Fall 2006

Created October 1, 2019, Updated December 11, 2019