Optoelectronics & Nanophotonics Lab

Welcome to Soo Jin Kim's Research Group at Korea University

Our group focuses on the development of novel optical devices including IoT sensors, metamaterials, solar energy harvesting and other silicon based nanophotonic devices.

Recruit

We are currently hiring highly motivated graduate students (MS, MS/PhD) with the strong background in Electrical Engineering, Physics and Materials Science. Please send the CV via email to the Professor Kim at kimsjku@korea.ac.kr (see more detail in Positions)

연구에 대한 흥미와 열정을 가진 석박사 과정 대학원생을 상시 모집합니다 (전자공학, 물리학, 재료공학 전공자 우대). 저희 연구실에 관심이 있는 학생은 이력서를 김수진 교수님께 이메일로 보내주시기 바랍니다. (kimsjku@korea.ac.kr) (자세한 사항은 Positions 탭 참조).

또한 대학원 진학을 생각하는 학부 연구생을 수시로 모집하고 있으며 상담을 원하는 학생은 위의 주소로 이메일을 주시기 바랍니다.

Group News

2019.07

Sang-Tae Jeon is awarded for KU graduate junior research fellow grant. Congratulations !

2019.07

Prof. Kim's collaborative work on metasurface is published in Science.

2019.04

Prof. Kim receives Seoktop Teaching Award for Electromagnetics course.

2019.01

Sang-Tae Jeon joined our goup. Welcome !

2018.10

Chang Hyun Lee and Seong Jun Kim joined our group. welcome !

2018.08

Prof. Kim gave a invited talk about metasurfaces for optical sensor at Samsung Electronics

2018.04

Prof. Kim receives Excellent Teaching Award for Physical Electronics & Electric circuit courses (2017 Fall, 2018 Spring, 2018 Fall).

2018.02

Our paper titled "Anti-Hermitian photodetector facilitating efficient subwavelength photon sorting" is published in Nature Communications, and featured in the news.

"한미 연구진, 초고화소 디지털카메라 기반 기술 개발"

2018.02

Prof. Kim gave a talk about semiconductor metasurface design at OSK Winter Conference.


2017.12

Prof. Kim gave a talk about nanostructured films for solar energy at Photonics Conference (OSK).


2017.09

Prof. Kim's Optoelectronics and Nanophotonics Group opens at KU.


2017.06

Prof. Kim's work on Quantum Plasmonic Resonance is published in Nature Nanotechnology.

2014.03

Prof. Kim's work on Light trapping for Solar fuel generation is featured in PhysOrg

"Nanostructures enhance light trapping for solar fuel generation"