Biological Interfaces Lab
SOGANG UNIVERSITY . SEOUL . KOREA
The goal of our research group is to understand a broad range of macroscopic properties of polymers, bio-related materials and interactions at the various interfaces on a molecular level. Our major research themes are ranging from the most common to the most advanced products in the forms of bio-membaranes, extracellular matrix, self-assembled biomimetic structures, as a part of our final goal in "artificial cells" .and the formulation of conductive inks, inkjet printed paper chips, and 3D printers. Our activities are artistically sketched in the artwork in the background (This artwork kindly drown by Keraghen of Harvard University, 2018). We are exploring fundamental aspects as well as applicable techniques, relating to the structure and properties of various hybrid materials.
2018 YES Workshop (Aug. 30-31, 2018)
(Together with DH Kim's in Ewha & DH Kim's lab in Yonsei)
At a resort in Gapyung, 2018 YES (Yonsei-Ewha-Sogang) Workshop was held, and most of our members participated. Giho & Yunpyo presented their recent works, and enjoyed the fresh-weather of Buk-Han-gang with BBQ.
Recent Group Pictures
(2018, Celebration of Hyojin and Jumi's Ph.D. Graduation)
From the right of the front row, Agustina Swetiawati, Mary Chuong, Dr. Jumi Lee, Prof. Kwanwoo Shin, Dr. Hyojin Ko, Minyoung Kim, Hyeyoung Kim, Huong Nguyen, and Nahee Kim. Also, the right of the second row, Sooyong Park, Sungwoo Jeong, Kihoon Kim, Yunpyo Kim, Yeongheon Jung, Veasna Soum, and Giho Choi.
Picture of Month : May of 2018
(2018, Group Retreat to Jeju Islands with Prof. Parker)
From the left, NIna, Huong, Giho, Soo Yong, Yeongheon, Yunpyo, Sungwoo, Prof. Parker (Harvard), Prof. Shin, Veasna, Mary, Hyeyoung, Nahee, Minyoung.
Featured as Cover (June 2018)
YTN, Artificial Cells (05/28/2018)