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MIE Professors Yung Joon Jung and Moneesh Upmanyu have discovered a new, highly dense form of silicon that could revolutionize the semiconductor industry. New form of silicon discovered by Northeastern engineers can revolutionize semiconductor industry Main photo: Ph.D. student Jianlin Li, works on the catalyst-free etching of sub-5 nm silicon nanowires in the Egan Research […]
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung and affiliated Physics Associate Professor Swastik Kar were awarded a patent for “Ion and radiation detection devices based on carbon nanomaterials and two-dimensional nanomaterials.”
The research of mechanical and industrial engineering professors Yung Joon Jung and Moneesh Upmanyu on “Catalyst-free synthesis of sub 5nm silicon nanowire arrays with massive lattice contraction and wide-band gap” has been published in Nature Communications. The researchers developed silicon nanowires that operate as an ultrawide-bandgap (UWBG) semiconductor—a first in the world of silicon, potentially revolutionizing the integration of etched silicon nanowires into UWBG device applications.
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung and affiliated Physics Associate Professor Swastik Kar were awarded a patent for “Ion-doped two-dimensional nanomaterials.”
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung’s startup, Guardion, was one of six winners of the NASA Science Mission Directorate Challenge.
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung and affiliated Physics Associate Professor Swastik Kar were awarded a patent for “Fabrication of carbon nanoribbons from carbon nanotube arrays.”
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung and affiliated Physics Associate Professor Swastik Kar were awarded a patent for “Ultrasensitive ion detector using carbon nanotubes or graphene”.
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung was awarded a patent for "Flexible and transparent supercapacitors and fabrication using thin film carbon electrodes with controlled morphologies". Abstract Source: USPTO Mechanically flexible and optically transparent thin film solid state supercapacitors are fabricated by assembling nano-engineered carbon electrodes in porous templates. The electrodes have textured graphitic surface films with […]
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung was awarded a patent for “Methods of preparing high density aligned silicon nanowire”.
Professors Jung, Kar, and MIE Alumnus Win Gold at the MassChallenge and $550K CASIS-Boeing Research Grant
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung, COS Associate Professor Swastik Kar, and ME Alumnus Dan Esposito, E’08, were awarded the $50K gold medal at the 2017 MassChallenge, for their start-up company, Guardion, which uses nanotechnology to create highly sensitive, low-cost, networked detectors of radioactivity and nuclear radiation.
MIE Professor Yung Joon Jung was awarded a $200K NSF grant for "Design and Development of High-performance Miniature Radiation Detectors using Ultrasensitive Graphene and Carbon Nanotube ion Sensors".
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung and affiliated Physics Associate Professor Swastik Kar have developed technology that can aid in the detection of nuclear threats.
Ahmed Busnaina, Yung Joon Jung, & Siva Somu awarded patent for a “Chemical sensor based on highly organized single walled carbon nanotube networks”.
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung and his former postdoctoral researcher, Hyunyoung Jung, were published in Nanoscale for their article on "Inter-Allotropic Transformations in Heterogeneous Carbon Nanotube Networks".
MIE Associate Professors Askan Vaziri & Yung Joon Jung and Professor Nader Jalili's research with "Highly Anisotropic Adhesive Film Made from Upside-Down, Flat, and Uniform Vertically Aligned CNTs" was published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Abstract Source: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces We have created a multifunctional dry adhesive film with transferred vertically aligned […]
MIE Professor & CHN Director Ahmed Busnaina and Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung spoke at the 13th Annual US-Korea Forum on Nanotechnology which focused on Neuromorphic computing and Water & energy sustainability.
MIE Professor Kai-Tak Wan and Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung's research on "Printing Highly Controlled Suspended Carbon Nanotube Network on Micro-patterned Superhydrophobic Flexible Surface" was published in Scientific Reports.
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung's research on "Scalable Transfer of Suspended Two-Dimensional Single Crystals" was featured in Nano Letters.
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung was awarded a $370K grant for developing strong, high thermal resistant and lightweight materials for high performance automotive lightening systems.
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung and his team of researchers have developed a method for constructing inter-nanotube junctions to make superior carbon nanotube arrays.
MIE Associate Professors Yung Joon Jung, Moneesh Upmanyu, Carol Livermore-Clifford, and ECE Professor David Kaeli were awarded an $1.3M NSF grant to create high-performance carbon nanofibers.
19 COE faculty were recipients of FY15 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 11 different projects representing over $500K dollars of investment in research.
Every second, your computer must process billions of computational steps to produce even the simplest outputs. Imagine if every one of those steps could be made just a tiny bit more efficient. “It would save precious nanoseconds,” explained Northeastern University assistant professor of physics Swastik Kar. Kar and his colleague Yung Joon Jung, an associate professor in the […]
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Associate Professors Moneesh Upmanyu and Yung Joon Jung were featured in Scientific Reports for their research in "Liquid metal nanodroplet dynamics inside nanocontainers." Scientific Reports is a primary research publication from the publishers of Nature, covering all areas of the natural and clinical sciences.
Cell phones as thin and flexible as a sheet of paper. Energy-storing house paint. Roll-up touch screen displays. These are the sorts of devices that the engineering industry is preparing for and expecting. But if any of them is to work, said Northeastern University mechanical and industrial engineering professor Yung Joon Jung, experts also need to create a […]
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung’s research on creating “Transparent, flexible supercapacitors from nano-engineered carbon films” was featured in Nature’s Scientific Reports. Online and open access, Scientific Reports is a primary research publication from the publishers of Nature, covering all areas of the natural and clinical sciences. Hosted on nature.com — the home of over 80 journals published by […]
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung’s research on creating a high power supercapacitor using CNT-CNC 3-D hybrid nanostructures was featured in the Nano Letters journal. Nano Letters reports on fundamental research in all branches of the theory and practice of nanoscience and nanotechnology, providing rapid disclosure of the key elements of a study, publishing preliminary, experimental, and theoretical […]
Northeastern University's College of Engineering hosted the National Science Foundation's 2012 Engineering Research and Innovation Conference for the Division of Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI) from July 9-12, 2012.
MIE Associate Professor Yung Joon Jung has been awarded a 309K NSF grant to create optoelectronic devices made from carbon nanotubes and silicon.
MIE Associate Professors Moneesh Upmanyu and Yung Joon Jung were published in Nanoscale for their research in “Bundling Dynamics Regulates the Active Mechanics and Transport in Carbon Nanotube Networks and their Nanocomposites”
28 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY12 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 18 different research projects.
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Assistant Professor Yung Joon Jung has been awarded a 3-year grant from NSF to develop ultra-high performance carbon nanotubes for use in extremely narrow interconnects.
Assistant Professor Yung Joon Jung, of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, has been awarded a 3-year grant from NSF to develop a new class of hybrid composite structures based on highly organized SWNT architectures and polymer materials, for high performance functional flexible systems.