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Mun Sek Kim
Undergraduate Researcher

B.S., Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley, Spring 2014.


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Current Position:

Graduate Student
Department of Chemical Engineering
Cornell University
I worked on high surface area carbon-based nanomaterials for supercapacitors.

Selected Papers:
M. S. Kim, B. Hsia, C. Carraro, R. Maboudian, "Flexible micro-supercapacitors with high energy density from simple transfer of photoresist-derived porous carbon electrodes", Carbon 74, 163-169, (2014).

B. Hsia, M.-S. Kim, C. Carraro, R. Maboudian, "Cycling characteristics of high energy density, electrochemically activated porous-carbon supercapacitor electrodes in aqueous electrolytes", Journal of Materials Chemistry A, DOI:10.1039/C3TA11670K (2013).

B. Hsia, M.-S. Kim, M. Vincent, C. Carraro, R. Maboudian, "Photoresist-derived porous carbon for on-chip supercapacitors", Carbon, 57, 395-400 (2013).

J. P. Alper, M. S. Kim, M. Vincent, B. Hsia, V. Radmilovic, C. Carraro, R. Maboudian, “Silicon Carbide Nanowires as Highly Robust Electrodes for Microsupercapacitor Applications”, Journal of Power Sources, 230, 298–302 (2013).