31st International Conference of the
POLYMER PROCESSING SOCIETY
Keynote Speakers (Special Sessions)

In alphabetic order

S1. Advanced Coating/Printing Technology

Prof. Wilhelm SCHABEL
Karlsruher Institut fur Technologie (KIT), Germany

Title: Towards Limitations of Battery Electrode Coating Technologies
EDUCATION
2004 doctor in chemical engineering (drying of films, with distinction)
1998 diploma (master) in chemical & process engineering, University Karlsruhe (TH)
1997 trainee program @DOW-Chemicals, Freeport, Texas, USA Professional Experience

EXPERIENCE
2009 - now University professorship at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) supported by the KIT Elite Future Concept and an industry consortium of BASF, BAYER, ROCHE
2007 - 2008 research & project engineer, R&D department at LOnza FOils (LOFO) (close to Basel, belongs to SHINKONG Group/Taiwan)
2004 - 2007 lecturer (Akademischer Rat & Oberrat), University Karlsruhe (TH)
2000 - 2002 visiting lecturer (university of applied science (FH), deputyship)

HONORS
2014 Full professorship offer to an technical (elite) university in Germany (refused)
2012 HONORY DOCTORATE (Dr. h. c.) awarded from the Technical University of Iasi, Faculty of Chemical Engineering
2008 L.E. SCRIVEN AWARD biannual awarded from the International Society of Coating Science &Technology (ISCST) since 1998
2007 ARNOLD EUCKEN AWARD annually awarded from VDI in Chemical Engineering since 1956
2005 CARL FREUDENBERG AWARD biannual award since 1951
Prof. Masato YAMAMURA
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

Title: Two-step Migration of Particles in Drying Latex Blend Suspensions
EDUCATION
Kyoto University
- B.S. Chemical Engineering 1991
- M.S. Chemical Engineering 1993
- PhD. Chemical Engineering 1998
Advisor: F. Ogino
Dissertation: "Transport Phenomena in Hot Dry Rock Geothermal Reservior"

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
- Kyushu Institute of Technology, Department of Applied Chemistry
  Assistant Professor (4/1996 -6/2003)
  Associate Professor (7/2003 -3/2013)
  Professor (4/2013-)
- University of Minnesota Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Visiting Scholar
  (5/1999 -8/1999, 5/2000 -7/2000)
- Kyushu University Department of Chemical Engineering, Part-time Assistant Professor(7/2006)

S2. Advanced Electronics/Display Materials & Processing

Prof. Hongzheng CHEN
Zhejiang University, China

Title: Enhanced Efficiency of Polymer and Hybrid Solar Cells Via Interface Engineering
Dr. Hongzheng Chen joined Department of Polymer Science & Engineering at Zhejiang University after obtaining her PhD degree at the same university in 1994. She became a full professor in 1999. She visited Antwerpen University and Interuniversities MicroElectronic Center (IMEC) in Belgium during 1999-2001 and Stanford University in 2005 and 2007 as a visiting Professor. In 2000, she was granted a Youth Chemist Honor of Chinese Chemical Society. She was also selected for the century scholar training project from the Ministry of Education of China in 2001, and received the award of the outstanding young scientist fund of the National Science Foundation of China in 2002.
Prof. Jae Woo CHUNG
Soongsil University, Korea

Title: Recent Developments and Applications of Self-Healing Polymer Based on Supramolecular Networks
EDUCATION
Mar 2003 - Feb 2008 SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (SNU) Seoul, South Korea Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering
Mar 2001- Feb 2003 SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (SNU) Seoul, South Korea MS in Materials Science and Engineering
Mar 1993 -Feb 2000 SOONGSIL UNIVERSITY (SSU) Seoul, South Korea BS in Textile Engineering

EXPERIENCE
Mar 2013 - Present SOONGSIL UNIVERSITY Seoul, South Korea
Organic Materials and Fiber Engineering, Assistant Professor
Jul 2012- Feb 2013 KIST JEONBUK Wanju, South Korea
Senior Researcher
Sep 2009- May 2012 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY NJ, USA
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Mar 2009-Aug 2009 SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (SNU) Seoul, South Korea
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Mar 2008-Feb 2009 SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (SNU) Seoul, South Korea
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Prof. Wenping HU
Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Title: Topochemical Polymerized High Quality Micro- & Nanocrystals: an Ideal Platform for Examining and using Intrachain Charge Transport
Wenping Hu is a Professor of Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ICCAS). He received his PhD from the Institute in 1999. Then he joined Osaka University and Stuttgart University as a research fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences and Alexander von Humboldt, respectively. In 2003 he worked in Nippon Telephone and Telegraph (NTT), and then joined Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and was promoted to full professor. He served as a Visiting Scholar at Department of Chemistry, Stanford University in 2007, a Visiting Professor at Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore in 2013. He focuses on organic optoelectronics, and has published 4 books (Organic Optoelectronics for Wiley etc.) and more than 300 peer reviewed papers with citations over 9000 times. He is a member of the editorial boards for several journals (e.g., Adv. Energy Mater., Nano Research) and is now an Associate Editor of Polymer Chemistry.
Prof. Dae-Hyeong KIM
Seoul National University, Korea

Title: Stretchable Inorganic Electronics for Biomedical Devices
EDUCATION & HONORS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois 2009
Doctor of Philosophy, Materials Science and Engineering
~ Advisor: Prof. John A. Rogers
~ Thesis: "Materials Strategies and Devices for Flexible and Stretchable Electronics" SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Seoul, Korea
Master of Science, Chemical Engineering 2002
~ Advisor: Prof. Hyun-Ku Rhee
~ Thesis: Modeling and Analysis of a Gas Sweeping Process for Polycarbonate Polymerization
Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering 2000
~ Minor: Business Administration

TR 35 Award (MIT Technology Review, TR 35 2011), Boston, USA, 2011
SPIE Green Photonics Award (Photonics West 2011 Meeting), San Francisco, USA, 2011
MRS (2009 Fall) Graduate Student Award (Gold Medal), Boston, USA, 2009
George Smith Award (best paper published in IEEE Electron Device Letters), USA, 2009
The 4th Samsung Lee Kun Hee Scholarship Foundation Fellowship, Korea, 2006-2009
Most Outstanding Engineer Award, KCTech Co. Ltd., Korea, 2004
Most Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award, Seoul National University, Korea, 2000
President of Alumni Award for Undergraduate Student, Seoul National University, Korea, 2000
Outstanding Undergraduate Student Fellowship, Seoul National University, Korea, 1996-1999

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Seoul, Korea 2011-Present
Assistant Professor in School of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Center for Nanoparticle Research of Institute for Basic Science
Institute of Chemical Processes
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Urbana, Illinois, USA 2009 - 2011
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA 2009 - 2011
Post-doctoral Research Associate / Visiting Scholar
Performed the in-depth research of the application of the flexible and stretchable concept for
various devices, such as bio-medical/implantable surgical tools, LEDs and photovoltaic cells.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Urbana, Illinois, USA 2006 - 2009
Research Assistant / Ph.D.
Development of stretchable CMOS ICs with wavy or popup interconnects.
KCTECH CO. LTD., Anseong, Korea 2002 - 2006
Senior Researcher
Scale-up, mass production and qualification of Ceria slurry for semiconductor device manufacturers.
Piping and Instrument Design (P&ID); integration and optimization of production processes of
Ceria slurry for Shallow Trench Isolation (STI) Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP).
SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Seoul, Korea 2000 - 2002
Postgraduate Student / MS
Prof. Myung-Gil KIM
Chung-Ang University, Korea

Title: Solution-Processed Oxide Semiconductor for Large Area Electronics
EDUCATION
Ph.D.: 2006.09 - 2012.02 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
B.S.: 1999.03 - 2006.08 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2014.03 - present Chung-Ang University Assistant Professor
2013.01 - 2014.02 Stanford University Postdoctoral Fellow
2012.03 - 2012.12 Northwestern University Postdoctoral Fellow
2006.09 - 2012.02 Northwestern University Graduate Research Assistant
Prof. Sang-Woo KIM
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Title: Nanogenerators for Self-Powering Electronics
EDUCATION
2004 Ph.D. in Electronic Science &Engineering Kyoto University, Japan
2000 M.S. in Materials Science & Engineering Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
1998 B.S. in Materials Science & Engineering Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), Korea

EXPERIENCE
04/2011 - present Associate Professor, SKKU Young Fellow Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, SKKU Advanced Institute of Nanotechnology (SAINT), Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), Korea
09/2009 - 03/2011 Assistant Professor, School of Materials Science and Engineering, SKKU Advanced Institute of Nanotechnology (SAINT), Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), Suwon, Korea
03/2005 - 08/2009 Lecturer & Assistant Professor, Kumoh National Institute of Technology, School of Advanced Materials and System Engineering, Gumi, Korea
10/2004 - 02/2005 Research Associate, Nanoscience Centre, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
04/2004 - 08/2004 Postdoctoral Researcher, Kyoto University, International Innovation Center, Kyoto, Japan

SELECTED HONORS
2014 Top 50 National Basic Research Award
2013 Young Researcher Award, Korean Association of Metals and Materials
2013 Research Award of Eng., SKKU
2012 National Top 100 Researches
2012 SKKU Young Fellow Award, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)
2007 Nuclear Award (Young Researcher Award), Korean Association of Crystal Growth
Prof. Tae-il KIM
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Title: Unusual Forms of High Performance Wearable/Implantable Electronics
EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy (March 2003 ~ February 2009)
School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University
Advisor : Prof. Hong H. Lee
Thesis : Facile Fabrication of Bio-Inspired Nanostructures and Their Application
Bachelor of Science (March 1997 ~ February 2003)
School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) : Exc. Military service (February 1998 ~ March 2000)

EXPERIENCE
2009.6-2013.1 Postdoctoral Researcher, Material Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA (Advisor: prof. John A. Rogers)
2009.3-2009.5 BK-21 Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea (Advisor: prof. Kahp Y. Suh)
2003. 3-2003.8 Assistant Researcher, "Electron Beam Lithography (LION-LV1)" Inter-university Semiconductor Research Center (ISRC), Seoul National University, Korea

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES and TEACHING EXPERIECNCES
2013.3- present Assistant Professor, School of Chemical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)
2003. 9 - 2004.2 Teaching Assistance, "Experiment of Biochemistry" School of Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University, KOREA
Prof. Yun-Hi KIM
Gyeongsang National University, Korea

Title: Development of New Organic Semiconducting Materials for Organic Thin Film Transistors
EDUCATION
Pusan National University Feb. 1986 B.S. Chemistry Education
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Feb. 1987 M.S. Chemistry
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Feb. 1990 Ph.D. Chemistry
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mar. 1995 - Aug. 1996 Post Dr.
Prof. Hyunhyub KO
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea

Title: Flexible Electronic Skins for Tactile and Human Health Monitoring Devices
EDUCATION
Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering May 2008
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Thesis: "Design of hybrid 2D and 3D nanostructured arrays for electronic and sensing applications"
Advisor: Prof. Vladimir V. Tsukruk
M.S., Materials Science and Engineering May 2004
Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Thesis: "Patterned assembly of carbon nanotube arrays"
Advisor: Prof. Vladimir V. Tsukruk
M.S., Chemical Engineering February 2001
Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea.
Thesis: "A study on the properties of conductive CF/HDPE composites film fabricated under high intensity electric fields"
Advisor: Prof. Jung Hyun Kim
B.S., Chemical Engineering February 1999
Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea

RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
Associate Professor 2014 - present
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering,
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Ulsan, Republic of Korea
Assistant Professor 2010 - 2014
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering,
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Ulsan, Republic of Korea
Postdoctoral Scholar 2008 - 2010
Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center, Berkeley, CA
Prof. Ali Javey
Graduate Research Assistant 2002 - 2008
Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Materials Science and Engineering, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Prof. Vladimir Tsukruk
Research Engineer 2001 - 2002
Chemical Research Center, Hyosung Corporation, Anyang, South Korea
Student Researcher 1999 - 2001
Polymer Hybrids Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul, South Korea
Prof. Ji-youl LEE
Pukyong National University, Korea

Title: Solution Processed Organic Ferroelectric Non-volatile Memory Diodes
Dr. Jiyoul Lee is currently an assistant professor in the deapartment of Graphic Arts Information Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan, S. Korea. He was born in Seoul, S. Korea in 1976. He received bachelor's degree in Metallurgical Engineering and Ph. D. degree in Applied Physics from Yonsei University (Seoul), in 2001 and in 2006, respectively. From 2006 to 2008, he was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. Then, in 2008, he joined Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Yong-In, S. Korea, as a Research Staff Member to work on flexible display backplane driven by printed organic semiconductor based thin-film transistors. From 2013 to 2014, he had been a Senior Researcher in Holst Centre / TNO, Eindhoven, the Netherlands. He has authored or co-authored more than 40 peer reviewed publications and 20 patents. His research interests include thin-film technology and devices based on nanomaterials as well as organic and metal-oxide materials for various applications in large-area and flexible electronics, including circuit, displays, and sensors, etc.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
2014. 09 - Present Assistant Professor, Pukyong National University, Busan, Korea
2013. 09 ~ 2014. 09 Senior Researcher, Holst Centre / TNO, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
2008. 10 ~ 2013. 08 Research Staff Member, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Giheung, Yongin, Korea
2006. 04 ~ 2008. 08 Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, U.S.
2006. 02 Ph. D. Applied Physics, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
2001. 08 B.S. Metallurgical Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Prof. Mi Jung LEE
Kookmin University, Korea

Title: Novel Resistive Switching Memory Devices towards Woven Electronics without Switching Layer
EDUCATION
2006 - 2011 University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory-Optoelectronics group
Ph.D., supervised by Prof. Henning Sirringhaus
Thesis: "Charge transport in uniaxially aligned liquid crystalline polymer transistors"
2003 - 2005 Seoul National University (SNU)
M.Eng of Materials Science & Engineering (GPA : 4.20/4.30 - Summa cum laude)
Thin Film National Research Laboratory in SNU, supervised by Prof. Hyeong Joon Kim
Thesis: "Effect of stress and density on electrical and physical properties of MgO protective layer for AC-PDPs"
1999 - 2003 Seoul National University
Bachelor of Materials Science & Engineering (GPA : 4.05/4.30 - Summa cum laude)

EXPERIENCE
2010 Nov-2011 Aug Postdoctoral researcher at Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge
Development of ambipolar transistor and light emitting transistors
Involved in EU project-Organic Nanomaterials for Electronics and Photonics(ONE-P)
2005-2006 Researcher in Display Research Center of Korea Electronic Technology Institute
Development of electronic paper for next generation supported by Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Energy (MOCIE) of Korea
Development of ACF(anisotropic conductive film) for IC in mobile phone supported by Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) of Korea
Improving the efficiency of heat dissipation of LED as a lighting source supported by MOCIE
2003 -2005 Collaboration project with Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.
Conducted cooperative work with leading industrial PDP company in Korea, Samsung SDI, for the grant project "SNU - SDI Development of Information display"
2003 -2005 Teaching Assistant in Seoul National University
Subject: Introduction of Materials Science and Engineering
Student committee of Department of Materials Science and Engineering in SNU
Organized annual orientations for new students
Renovated student common room: acquisition of fund by proposal to board of department

AWARDS
2006 -2010 Samsung Lee Gun Hee Scholarship Foundation (full funding for doctorate)
2003 Certificate of the semiconductor device basic processes training at Inter-university Semiconductor Research Center
2003 High Honor Graduation from Seoul National University Alumni Association (awarded to only one student from the graduating engineering college in recognition of overall potential)
2003 High Honor Student from Engineering College of Seoul National University
1999 - 2005 Merit-based Scholarship, Seoul National University
1998 Excellence award of Chemistry Olympiad of Seoul high school student
Prof. Tae-Woo LEE
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea

Title: Organic-Inorganic Perovskite Optoelectronics
EDUCATION
1999.3-2002.2 : Ph.D. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea
1997.3-1999.2 : M.S. in Chemical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea
1993.3-1997.2 : B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
2012.03-Present : Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology.
2008.08-2012.02 : Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology.
2008.06-2008.08 : Senior Research Scientist in OLED Lab, Samsung Electronics LCD Buisness, Korea
2003.09-2008.05 : Senior Research Scientist in OLED Program Team, Display Lab., Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea
2002.3-2003.8 : Post-Doctoral Researcher in Physical Science Research Department, Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, 600 Mountain Avenue, Murray Hill, NJ 07974, USA.

HONORS AND AWARDS
2015. 01. 01 : Associate Member of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology.
2014. 12. 02 : The 2014 Proud POSTECHIAN Award from the President of Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea
2014. 07. 24 : Excellent National Research Achievement of the Year Award from Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning, Korea
2014. 04. 24 : Young Engineer Award from the Korean Institute of Metals and Materials
2013. 10. 24 : EML-Springer Award from the Korean Institute of Metals and Materials
2013. 05. 16 : The Scientist of the Month Award (July) from Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning, Korea
2008.02.11 : Korea Young Scientist Award from Korea President.
2007. 10.11 : PSK-Wiley Young Scientist Award from The Polymer Society of Korea.
2006. 08.24 : Merck Award (Outstanding Scientific Contribution to the Display Technology)
2005. 12.15 : Samsung Best Paper Award.
1997.3-2002.2 : Full National Grantee, KAIST.
2001.3 : Amcheon Outstanding Paper Award.
2000.1 : KAIST Alumni Association Scholarship.
1993.3-2007.2 : Full National Grantee, KAIST.
Prof. Wen-Ya LEE
National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan

Title: Solution Sheared Organic Thin-Film Transistors
EDUCATION
Ph. D., Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University July 2004 - June 2009
MS., Chemical Engineering, National Chung-Cheng University July 2002 - June 2004
BS., Chemical Engineering, National Chung-Cheng University July 1998 - June 2002

WORK EXPERIENCE
1. Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology Start From Feb. 2015
2. Postdoc Research Fellow and Visiting Scholar, Prof. Zhenan Bao's Group Stanford University, US Mar. 2012 - Jul. 2014
3. Postdoc Researcher, Prof. Wen-Chang Chen Research Group National Taiwan University, Taiwan Oct. 2010 - Feb. 2012
Prof. Lijia PAN
Nanjing University, China

Title: Conducting Polymer Hydrogels for Advanced Electronics
Lijia Pan is a full Professor of the School of Electronic Engineering, Nanjing University, China. Pan received his B.S. degree in polymer science from South China University of Technology, and obtained Ph.D. in polymer physics from University of Science and Technology of China in 2003. He did three years postdoctoral research in the Physics Department of Nanjing University, and then worked as an associate professor in the Physics Department of Nanjing University in 2007. He visited Prof. Zhenan Bao's group at Stanford University as a visiting scholar between 2011-2012. He received the award of New Century Excellent Talents in University from Chinese Ministry of Education in 2009. He has published over 70 papers on peer reviewed journals including Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci, Nature Commun., Nano Lett., ACS Nano, Energy & Envi. Sci, Adv. Mater., and Adv. Funct. Mater, & 7 chinese patent, 3 US patents and 3 PCT patents. His current research focuses on smart materials and sesors, bionic devices, and energy materials & devices.

Researching Interests:1)Smart materials and sensors; 2) Bionic electronics; 3) Advanced energy storage and conversion materials
Prof. Taiho PARK
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea

Title: Modulation of Molecular Interaction in Conducting Polymers for Advanced Optoelectronics
EDUCATION
1999-2004 Ph.D. in Chemistry
University of Cambridge, UK
Advisor: Professor Andrew B. Holmes
Thesis Title: Organic hole transporting materials for dye-sensitized solar cells
1990-1992 M.S. in Chemistry
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Pohang, Korea
Advisor: Professor Taihyun Chang
Thesis Title: Single chain conformation of styrene / isoprene di- and tri-block copolymers
1986-1990 B.S. in Chemistry
Sogang University, Seoul, Korea

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2012-0000 Associate Professor, POSTECH
2007-2012 Assistant Professor, POSTECH
2004-2007 Post-doctoral Scholar in Chemistry
University of Illinois (Urbana), IL, USA
Advisor: Professor Steven C. Zimmerman
1992-1999 Researcher/Senior researcher/Team leader
LG Chem. Research Park, Daejeon, Korea
(Including Military Service Exemption for 5 years)
Prof. Tsuyoshi SEKITANI
Osaka University, Japan

Title: Imperceptible Active Matrix Sensors for Cyber-physical Systems
Tsuyoshi Sekitani received the B.S. degree from Osaka University, Japan in 1999, and the Ph.D. degree in applied physics from the University of Tokyo, Japan in 2003. From 1999 to 2003, he was with the Institute for Solid State Physics, the University of Tokyo. From 2003 to 2010, he was a Research Associate, and in 2011, he was an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering at the University of Tokyo. In 2014, he was made a Professor in The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research at Osaka University. His current research interests include organic transistors, flexible electronics, plastic integrated circuits, large-area sensors, and plastic actuators. He is a member of the Japanese Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) and the Materials Research Society (MRS). He received seven-teen awards including the Paul Rappaport Award in 2009 and 2010 (the Best paper of the IEEE Trans. Electron Devices in 2009 and 2010). In 2014, he was selected as "Highly Cited Researchers" from THOMSON REUTERS.
Prof. Young Min SONG
Pusan National University, Korea

Title: Curved Image Sensors Inspired by Nature
EDUCATION
Ph.D. Degree: Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology(GIST), Korea
School of Information and Mechatronics, Sept. 2006~ Feb. 2011
Advisor: Prof. Yong Tak Lee
M.S. Degree: Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology(GIST), Korea
Department of Information and Communications, Mar. 2004~ Feb. 2006
Advisor: Prof. Yong Tak Lee
B.S. Degree: Yonsei University, Korea
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Mar 1999~ Feb. 2004

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
1. Polymer Field-Effect Transistors
2. Polymer-based Rewritable Non-Volatile Memory
3. Polymer-based Solar Cells
4. Donor-Acceptor Conjugated Polymer and Small Molecules
5. Electron-Spun Nanofiber and Device Fabrication

WORK EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor (Sept. 2013 - present)
Department of Electronics Engineering, Pusan National University(PNU)
Postdoctoral research associate (Jun. 2011 - Aug. 2013)
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Research: Unusual and stretchable optoelectronic devices
Advisor: Prof. John A. Rogers
Postdoctoral research associate (Feb. 2011 - Aug. 2011)
Ultrafast Fiber-Optic Networks Research Center, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
Research: High-efficiency light emitter/receiver for optical network system
Advisor: Prof. Yong Tak Lee
Visiting researcher (Mar. 2006 - Aug. 2006)
Department of information and communications, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
Research: High-speed semiconductor lasers/photodiodes

HONORS AND AWARDS
2013 Top 10 leading Science in Korea, 'insect's eye camera'
Top 10 stories of 2013 in Nature, digital fly's eye cameras
Golden Prize (highest prize), the 17th Samsung HumanTech Thesis Award, Samsung Electronics, Korea (2011).
Bronze Prize, the 17th Samsung HumanTech Thesis Award, Samsung Electronics, Korea (2011).
Minister's Award for outstanding graduate research by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST), Korea (2011).
The best poster awards (2nd place), the 2nd WCU Symposium on Nanobio Materials and Electronics, Korea (2010).
Silver medal prize (highest prize), the 1st Mechatronics Contests in GIST, Korea (2003).
DASAN Scholarship from the GIST on DASAN project (2010)
National Graduate Science & Technology Scholarship by Korea Student Aid Foundation (KOSAF) (2009-2010) Highest Honors Student in Yonsei University (2002, 2003)
Prof. Han Young WOO
Pusan National University, Korea

Title: Semi-crystalline Photovoltaic Polymers: Molecular Design and Property Relationship
EDUCATION, APPOINTMENTS AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
B.S. in Chemistry, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea (Feb. 1990 - Feb. 1994)
M.S. in Chemistry, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea (Feb. 1994 - Feb. 1996)
Ph.D. in Chemistry, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Taejon, Korea (March 1996 - Aug. 1999, Thesis Title: Synthesis and Properties of Thermostable Polymers with High Optical Nonlinearity. Advisors: Prof. Hong-Ku Shim and Prof. Kwang-Sup Lee)
1999. 8 - 2003. 8 : Principal Researcher, R&D Center for Chemical Technology, Hyosung Corp., Kyonggi-Do, Korea
2003. 8 - 2006. 2 : Post-doctoral Researcher in Dept. of Chemistry, Mitsubishi Chemical Center for Advanced Materials (MC-CAM) and Center for Polymers and Organic Solids (CPOS), UCSB, USA
2006. 3 - current : Associate Professor in Pusan National University, Korea

RESEARCH INTERESTS
1. Synthesis of conjugated polymers for organic electronics and bio-related applications
2. Water-soluble conjugated molecules (or polymers) and applications in electronic devices, biosensors, TPA fluorophores     for biological imaging, etc.
3. Optoelectronic polymers for polymer-based solar cells, PLEDs, OFETs, etc.
4. Synthesis of functional conjugated molecules, photophysics and device technology
5. Self-assembled materials, supramolecular structures and nano-materials

S3. Advanced Energy Materials and Processing

Prof. BongSoo KIM
Ewha Womans University, Korea

Title: Simultaneous Improvement in Power Conversion Efficiency and Stability of Organic Solar Cells Using Metal Oxide Layers
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
2015. 3 - Present Assistant Professor
Department of Science Education
Ewha Womans Univeristy, Seoul
2010 - 2015 Principal Research Scientist
Photo-electronic Hybrids Research Center
Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul
2008 - 2010 Postdoctoral Fellow
University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
Research Topic: Synthesis and Characterization of Efficient Polymeric and Organic Materials for Solar Cell Applications
Advisor: Prof. Jean M. J. Frechet
2003 - 2008 Ph.D. in Materials Chemistry
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN, USA
Thesis: Charge Transport and Contact Effects in Nanoscopic Conjugated Molecular Junctions Characterized by Conducting Probe Atomic Force Microscopy
Advisor: Prof. C. Daniel Frisbie
2000 - 2002 M.S. Organic/Polymer Chemistry
Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Thesis: Synthesis and Characterization of New Light-emitting Small Conjugated Molecules and Poly(p-phenylenevinylene) Derivatives
Advisor: Prof. Jung-Il Jin
1993 - 2000 B.S. Chemistry
Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Prof. Kyung Jin LEE
Chungnam National University, Korea

Title: Multicompartmental Micromaterials for Potential Application of Fiber based Energy Storage
EDUCATION
2003.03 ~ 2009. 08 Doctor of Philosophy, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
Integrated M. S. and Ph. D. Program, School of Chemical and Biological Engineering
1999.03 ~ 2003.02 Bachelor of Science School of Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2012.09 ~ Present Assistant Professor, Chungnam National University
2009.11~2012.08 Post-Doctoral Associate Department of Chemical Engineering at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
2008.01~2008.02 Visiting student in Kyushu University (Co Adviser: Prof. S. - H. Yoon, Prof. I. Mochida, Prof. J. Miyawaki)
Prof. Jong Hyeok PARK
Yonsei University, Korea

Title: Solid Transfer of Pre-formed Conducting Polymer Film
EDUCATION
2001 - 2004 Ph. D course (Prof. O Ok Park): Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, KAIST (South Korea)
1999 - 2001 MS degree course (advisor Prof. O Ok Park): Department of Chemical Engineering, KAIST (South Korea)
1995 - 1999 BS degree course: Department of Chemical Engineering, Yonsei University (South Korea)

EXPERIENCE
2015 Associate Professor, Yonsei University (South Korea)
2014 Visiting Associate Professor, Stanford University (USA)
2012 - 2014 Associate Professor, Sungkyunkwan University (South Korea)
2008 - 2012 Assistant Professor, Sungkyunkwan University (South Korea)
2007 - 2008 Senior Researcher, ETRI (South Korea)
2005 - 2007 Senior Researcher, LG Chem. Research Park (South Korea)
2004 - 2005 Postdoctoral Fellowship (Prof. Allen J. Bard) Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Univ. Texas at Austin

AWARDS
PBFC Award (2012) from The Korean Electrochemical Society
SKKU Young Fellowship (2012) from SKKU
Excellent Research Award (2011, 2012, 2013) from SKKU
Prof. Chuangbing TANG
University of South Carolina, USA

Title: Thiophene Polymers and Nanocomposites as Nanodielectric Materials for Energy
Chuanbing Tang received B.S. from Nanjing University, and Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University under supervision of Profs. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski and Tomasz Kowalewski. He worked as a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California Santa Barbara with Profs. Edward J. Kramer and Craig J. Hawker. Since August 2009, he has been an Assistant, Associate, and College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor in Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of South Carolina. His research interests focus on organic polymer synthesis, sustainable polymers from biomass, metal-containing polymers, and polymers for biomedical application and energy storage. He has been recognized with a few awards including NSF Career Award and Thieme Chemistry Journal Award. He has also been named an ACS PMSE Young Investigator and a Rising Star at the University of South Carolina. He has published over 80 papers and 10 patents

EDUCATION
2006 Ph.D. Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University
1997 B.S. Polymer Science and Engineering, Nanjing University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009-Present Assistant, Associate, College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina
2006-2009 Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California Santa Barbara

AWARDS AND HONOR
- ACS PMSE Young Investigator (2014)
- USC Breakthrough Rising Star (2013)
- NSF Career Award (2013-2018)
- Thieme Chemistry Journal Award (2013)
- ACS Leadership Development Award Alternate (2013)
- Emerging Investigator Themed Issue "Chemical Communications" (2013)
- ACS Committee on Project Seed (2012-2015)
- Editorial Advisory Boards/Academic Editors: Polymer, Frontiers in Materials, PLOS One, Green Materials, International   Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, and International Journal of Polymer Science
- Singapore National Research Foundation Research Fellow (2009)
- Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Abroad (2005)
- ACS R. A. Glenn Award Finalist (2005)
- ACS Pittsburgh Section Polymer Group Student Award (2005)
Prof. Xu-Hui ZHU
South China University of Technology, China

Title: A High-Performance Small-Molecule Cathode Interfacial Material Based on Phenanthroline Derivative for Organic Photovoltaics
EDUCATION
06/2000 PhD, Inorganic Chemistry, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China.
06/1997 Master, Inorganic Chemistry, Anhui University, Hefei, China
06/1994 BS, Chemistry, Anhui University, Hefei, China

WORK EXPERIENCE
01/2009 Professor, Institute of Polymer Optoelectronic Materials and Devices, SCUT, China
12/2004 Associate professor, Institute of Polymer Optoelectronic Materials and Devices, SCUT, China
12/2002 Postdoc, Institute of Advanced Materials, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
11/2001 Postdoc, IMMO, University of Angers, France
10/2000 Postdoc, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany.

S4. Honorary Session for Prof. Sung Chul KIM

Prof. Chang-Sik HA
Pusan National University, Korea

Title: Polyimides with Improved Transparency for Flexible Substrates
Prof. Chang-Sik Ha received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Pusan National University (PNU), Korea (1978) and his M.S. in Chemical Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Seoul, Korea (1982). He has joined at the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, Pusan National University as a professor since 1982. He obtained his Ph.D. at the KAIST in 1987. He was a visiting scholar for a year four times in USA (Univ. of Cincinnati(1987); Stanford Univ.(1997); SUNY Buffalo(2005); UCLA(2011)). He is now a director of the Pioneer Research Center for Nanogrid Materials, the National Research Foundation of Korea, and an Honorary Professor of University of Queensland, Australia. He served as a Vice President of Pusan National University in 2012 as well as a Vice President of the Polymer Society of Korea(2011) and the President of the Society of Adhesion and Interface, Korea(2011-2013). He was elected to both the Korea Academy of Science and Technology(KAST) and the National Engineering Academy of Korea(NEAK) in 2004. He has served as an editorial board member of several international journals including an Associate Editor of the Advanced Porous Materials as well as an Associate Editor of the Composite Interfaces and the former Editor-in-Chief of the Macromolecular Research(2008 ~ 2011). He received many awards including the Samsung Polymer Science Award from the Polymer Society of Korea (2011) and the Scientist of the Month Award from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Korea (2007) and the Best Researcher Award from Pusan National University(2007, 2009). His research interests are Polyimides and Polynorbonenes for Flexible Substrates; Organic/Inorganic Nanohybrid Materials; Materials for Drug Delivery Systems and Metal Adsorption; Mesoporous Materials and Nanostructured Materials.
Prof. Charles C. HAN
Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Title: Phase Separation and Crystallization: from Dynamically Symmetric to Dynamically Asymmetric Blend
Charles C. Han received his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Taiwan University in 1966. He received his master's degree in Physical Chemistry from the University of Houston in 1969, and his Ph.D. degree in Physical Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1973. He joint the National Bureau of Standards (changed to National Institute of Standards and Technology) in 1974. He was a research scientist, then group leader for the polymer blends group and later the multiphase materials group. He was elected as the NIST fellow in 1995. He joint the Institute of Chemistry, the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2002 as the chief scientist and the director for the joint laboratory of polymer science and materials. His research interests include light scattering, dynamic light scattering, small angle neutron scattering and small angle X-ray scattering in polymer research, order-disorder transition and pattern formation of block copolymers, equilibrium phase behavior and kinetics of spinodal decomposition of polymer mixtures and crystallization behaviors, shear dependence of the static and kinetic phase behavior of polymer mixtures and its application in polymer processing, and more recently on the in-reactor alloying of polyolefins with compound catalyst. He has won many awards and prizes, include Dillon Medal of American Physical Society, Humboldt Senior Research Award from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the High Polymer Physics Prize, American Physical Society, and the International Award of The Society of Polymers, Japan. He has published more than 390 research papers, and authored or co-authored 27 books, with a H-factor of 46. He also has more than 30 US and/or Chinese patents which have been approved or disclosed.
Prof. Andrew HRYMAK
University of Western Ontario, Canada

Title: Long Flexible Fiber Deformation Patterns in Squeeze Flow
Andrew Hrymak (P.Eng, FCIC, FCAE, Ph. D. Chem. Eng., Carnegie Mellon University; B.Eng., Chem Eng., McMaster University) is Dean of Engineering and Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at the University of Western Ontario. Previously, he served in the Department of Chemical Engineering at McMaster University from 1985- 2009 where he was Professor and Department Chair (2000-2009). Visiting professor positions include: Xerox Research Centre of Canada, UMIST Materials Science Centre and the Universite Lyon - Claude Bernard. His research interests include modeling, design and optimization of materials processing systems, in particular mixing, polymer processing and coating flows (slot, dip and air knife coating, as well as particle dispersions), and rheology. Andy served as Director of the McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute (Acting, 2001-02, Director 2002-05), an interdisciplinary research centre that links researchers interested in a broad spectrum of manufacturing related topics.. He was the Founding Director of the Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice an innovative graduate school for professional engineering master's degrees which emphasize an interdisciplinary approach to technological problems and the development of leadership skills in the areas of entrepreneurship, innovation, public policy and design. Leadership positions in professional organizations include: Chair of the Computing and Systems Technology Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Chair of the Association of Canadian Chairs of Chemical Engineering, Chair of the 1999 Gordon Research Conference on Computer-aided Engineering in Polymer Processing, and Co-Chair of the 2003 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Chemical Engineering. He served as Editor of Computers and Chemical Engineering (2002-2010) and is currently Editor-in-Chief of International Polymer Processing (2004-). He served as the President of the International Society of Coating Science and Technology (ISCST) from 2012-14 and is currently the Deputy Director of the Fraunhofer Project Centre @ Western.
Prof. Takashi INOUE
Yamagata University, Japan

Title: Application of Reaction-Induced Phase Separation for Semiconductor Packages of Smartphones
EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
BS, MS, Ph.D Polymer Chemistry, Kyoto University
1971-1981 Research Scientist, JSR Co.
1981-1992 Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
1992-2001 Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
2002-present Emeritus Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
2000-2009 Professor, Yamagata University

Visiting Professor: The University of Akron (1997), Shanghai Jiao Tong University (1997), Sichuan University (2001), East China University of Sci. & Tech. (2002), Yamagata University (2009-present)

PUBLICATIONS
250 original papers, 60 review articles, 40 books, 50 patents; concerning structure-properties of polymer blends and crystalline polymers, block copolymers, sol-gel transition of polymer solutions, oil-resistant elastomers and polymer recycling.
Prof. Dukjoon KIM
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Title: Proton Conducting Polymer Electrolyte Membranes Prepared From Multi-Block and Random Copolymers Based On Poly(Arylene Ether Ketone)
EDUCATION
1980-1984 BS, Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University
1986-1986 MS, Chemical Engineering, KAIST
1989-1993 PhD, Chemical Engineering, Purdue University

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
1986-1989 Researcher, Hyundai Engineering Co. Ltd.
1992-1993 Research Associate, Chemical Engineering, Lehigh University
2001-2002 Visiting Professor, Purdue University
2003-2008 Director, Polymer Technology Institute, SKKU
2008-2009 Visiting Professor, Chemical Engineering, Georgia Inst.Tech
1994-present SKKU Fellow Professor, Chemical Engineering, SKKU
Prof. Jin Kon KIM
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea

Title: Functional Nanomaterials based on Soft and Hard Nanoporous Templates
EDUCATION
1980 : Department of Chemical Engineering (BS) - Seoul Nat'l Univ.
1982 : Department of Chemical Engineering (MS) - KAIST
1990 : Department of Chemical Engineering (Ph.D) - Polytechnic Univ.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
2011/08 : POSTECH Fellow
2009/11 : APS Fellow
2003/12 : Scientist of Month(MOST)
2000/08-2001/07 : Visiting Professor at Univ. Mass. at Amherst
1991/05-1993/11 : Senior Research Scientist, LG Chem. Co
1990/06-1991/04 : Post-Doc., Polytechnic University
1985/08-1990/06 : Research Assoicate at Polytechnic University
1982/03-1985/07 : Research Scientist, Saehan Inc.
Dr. Myung Hwan KIM
LG Chem, Korea

Title: Li-ion Batteries for Energy Storage Solutions
EDUCATION
- Bachelor of Chemical Technology from Seoul National University
- Master of Chemical Engineering from Korea Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST)
- Ph.D. of Polymer Engineering from University of Akron

CAREER
2005 : Head of Battery R&D (LG Chem)
2004 : Head of Battery Business Division (LG Chem)
1998 : Head of Battery R&D (LG Chem)
1996 : VLeader of Li-ion Battery Development (LG Chem)
1995 : Leader of Epoxy Molding Compound Development (LG Chem)
1992 : Leader of Toner Development (LG Chem)
1990 : Leader of Polymer R&D Team (SK Innovation)
1982 : Engineering Plastics Team of LG Chem
Prof. Doo Sung LEE
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Title: Injectable Stimuli Responsive Block Copolymer Hydrogels
EDUCATION AND APPOINTMENTS
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University, 1978
M.S., Chemical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), 1981
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, KAIST, 1984
1978 -1979 Research Scientist, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
1984 -present Professor of School of Chemical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University
2005 -2007 Dean of College of Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
2005 : Head of Battery R&D (LG Chem)
2004 : Head of Battery Business Division (LG Chem)
1998 : Head of Battery R&D (LG Chem)
1996 : VLeader of Li-ion Battery Development (LG Chem)
1995 : Leader of Epoxy Molding Compound Development (LG Chem)
1992 : Leader of Toner Development (LG Chem)
1990 : Leader of Polymer R&D Team (SK Innovation)
1982 : Engineering Plastics Team of LG Chem

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
President of the Polymer Society of Korea (2013)
Member of Korean Academy of Science and Technology (2011-)
Member of National Academy of Engineering of Korea (2007- )
Director of Theranostic Macromolecules Research Center (NRF)
Council member of Pacific Polymer Federation (2009-)
Fellow of ISU of Biomaterials Science and Engineering (2008- )
Chairman of Polymer Div. of the Society of Chemical Engineers, Korea (2004 -05)
Editorial board of Advanced Healthcare Materials
Editorial board of Nanomedicine NBM
Editorial board of Biomaterials Science
Editorial board of Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering

Research Area : Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering 167 papers, total citation 6200 , h-index = 39
Dr. Jae Heung LEE
Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Korea

Title: The Roll-to-Roll Coating for Flexible Devices
EDUCATION AND APPOINTMENTS
1986 : KAIST, Ph.D. (Advisor : Prof. S. C. Kim)
1986-present: KRICT Senior/principal researcher
1990-1991: UMIST, Post-Doc.
2014-present: Director of Chemical Infrastructure Div., KRICT
Prof. Sang-Young LEE
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea

Title: Printable Li-Ion Batteries: A New Opportunity for Powering Flexible Electronics Era
EDUCATION AND APPOINTMENTS
1997 : Ph. D. KAIST, Chemical Engineering
1993 : M. S. KAIST, Chemical Engineering
1991 : B. A. Seoul National University, Chemical Technology
2001 : Postdoctoral Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
1997-2008 : Principal Research Scientist, Batteries R&D, LG Chem
2008-2012 : Associate Professor, Kangwon National University
2012- : Associate Professor, UNIST

AWARDS/HONORS
Coordinator of the 16th International Meeting on Lithium Batteries (IMLB) (2012)
General Secretary of the Korean Electrochemical Society (2010 ~ 2011)
Secretary of the Korean Society of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry (2008 ~ 2009)
Kangwon Top 10 Patent Awards (2012)
NET Awards (2007)
Grand Prize of the LG Chem Patent (2005)
Prof. Ica MANAS-ZLOCZOWER
Case Western Reserve University, USA

Title: Chemorheology Studies for Thermoplastic Polyurethane and Thermoplastic Polyurethane/carbon Nanotube
Ica Manas-Zloczower is the Thomas W. and Nancy P. Seitz Professor of Advanced Materials and Energy in the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. She received BS and MS degrees in Chemical Engineering from Polytechnic Institute Jassy, Romania and a Doctor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. She was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Minnesota. Professor Manas-Zloczower is the recipient of the 2012 George S. Whitby Award for Distinguished Teaching and Research awarded by American Chemical Society Rubber Division. She was elected and served as the President of the International Polymer Processing Society in 2011-2013. She is also a fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers and was elected to the Board of Directors of Extrusion Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers in May 2000. She was the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Polymer Engineering 1999-2014 and serves on the Book Advisory Board for Hanser publisher. Professor Manas-Zloczower's research accomplishments have been recognized through more than 70 plenary, keynote and invited lectures at national and international conferences. She has also chaired several sessions at national and international meetings. She presented the 2014 Plenary Technical Lecture for the Society of Plastics Engineers. Professor Manas-Zloczower's current research interests include modeling of mechanical properties for nanocomposite materials, high internal phase emulsions, structure and micromechanics of fine particle clusters, interfacial engineering strategies for advanced materials processing, dispersive mixing mechanisms and modeling, design and mixing optimization studies for polymer processing equipment. She has advised 28 Ph.D. students, 27 M.S. students, 8 post-docs, 4 Ph.D. exchange students and a large number of undergraduate students. Professor Manas-Zloczower has more than 140 publications in peer-reviewed journals, more than 90 published conference proceedings, and a number of book chapters. She is the editor of the 2009 book "Mixing and Compounding of Polymers" published by Hanser.
Prof. Han E.H. MEIJER
Professor-emeritus, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Title: Fractal Structuring
Han E.H. Meijer is professor-emeritus in Polymer Technology at the TU/e, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. He was born and educated (Gymnasium B at the famous Ignatius College) in Amsterdam and received his BS, MS, and PhD from the University of Twente. His research interests include structure development during flow and structure-property relations in polymers. Prior to joining TU/e, first as visiting professor in the department of Polymer Chemistry and Technology, later as full professor the group Fundamental Mechanics of the department of Mechanical Engineering, he worked at DSM Research, and was active in the areas of basic research, polymer processing modeling, and explorative research. At the TU/e he supervised more than 60 PhD students that successfully completed their thesis. Professor Meijer was co-director of the multidisciplinary Materials Technology group at TU/e, and president of the research school Eindhoven Polymer Laboratories. He was president of the international Polymer Processing Society, and for an extended period president of the Dutch Rheological Society. In 2010 he was awarded the prestigious DSM Performance Materials Award for his "exceptional contributions to the advancement of the material sciences".
Prof. Chul B. PARK
University of Toronto, Canada

Title: Functional Polymer Foams from In-Situ Fibrillated Polymer Blends
Chul B. Park is a Professor and the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Microcellular Plastics, in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. Professor Park is the Founder and Director of the Microcellular Plastics Manufacturing Laboratory and the Centre for Industrial Application of Microcellular Plastics, which are world leading research facilities in microcellular plastics foaming technologies. He has invented numerous foaming technologies (45 U.S. and international patents to date) and has successfully transferred them to various industrial companies. His patented microcellular technology has been licensed by more than 700 industrial companies around the world. Park has attracted more than 35 domestic and international companies under the Consortium for Cellular and Micro-Cellular Plastics (CCMCP) initiative. CCMCP was established in 2003 and currently has 20+ member companies. He has successfully transferred new foam technologies to numerous industries across Canada and internationally. Professor Park has also identified the fundamental mechanisms of cell nucleation and foam expansion, and has published more than 800 papers, including 240 journal papers and two books, with the h-index of 48 (Google Scholar). Professor Park also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Cellular Plastics, and sits on the Advisory Editorial Board of a few other international journals. He was the Conference Co-Chair for Biofoams 2007 and Biofoams 2011, and the Conference Chair for PPS Americas 2012, Biofoams 2009, and Biofoams 2013. He has received about 30 major awards (e.g., The KY Lo Medal from the Engineering Institute of Canada in 2013, The Outstanding Achievement Award from the Thermoplastics and Foams Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers in 2014, etc.). He is a Fellow of three academies of the Royal Society of Canada, the Canadian Academy of Engineering, and the Korean Academy of Science and Technology. He is also a Fellow of 5 professional societies including the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Engineering Institute of Canada, the Society of Plastics Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering.
Prof. O Ok PARK
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea

Title: Solution Processing of Graphene for Electronic Applications
EDUCATION
1972.03-1976.02 : B.S. degree in Department of Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University
1976.03-1978.02 : M.S. degree in Department of Chemical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
1982.03-1985.09 : Ph.D. in Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University

EMPLOYMENT
1977.03-1978.02 : Research Scientist, KIST
1978.03-1981.12 : Government Official in Ministry of Commerce and Industry
1985.11-present : Professor, KAIST
1990.02-1990.03 : Visiting Professor, Nagoya University, Japan
1991.07-1992.02 : Researcher, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
1992.03-1992.07 : Visiting Researcher, LG Polymer Research Center, Korea
1996.08-1997.08 : Visiting Professor, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
1999.01-2001.06 : Dept. Chairman of Chemical and Biomolecular Eng., KAIST
2001.06-2003.03 : Dean of Student Affairs, KAIST
2003.03-2004.12 : Dean of Planning, KAIST
2007.01-2008.01 : Visiting Professor, Dept. Material Eng. & Sci., UIUC, USA
2009.01-2009.12 : President, The Korean Society of Rheology
2011.01-2011.12 : Vice-Chairman, IYC2011 Organizing Comm. of Korea
2011.06-2013.06 : Vice President, DGIST
2012.03-2015.02 : Board Member, the Innopolis Foundation

ACADEMIC AWARDS
1993 : Bumsuk Award, Korean Society of Chemical Engineering
1995 : Distinguished Paper Award, Korean Federation of Society and Technology Society
1998 : Distinguished Paper Award, Korean Federation of Society and Technology Society
2000 : English Paper Service Award, Korean Society of Chemical Engineering
2001 : Academic Achievement Award, KAIST
2003 : Academic Achievement Award, Korean Society of Chemical Engineering
2005 : Distinguished English Paper Award, Polymer Society of Korea
2006 : Distinguished Service Award, Ministry of Education and Human Resource, Korea
2011 : Academic Achievement Award, The Korean Society of Rheology
2012 : The Merck Award, IMID12 (with W.J. Hyun)
2013 : SangAm Polymer Award, Polymer Society of Korea
Prof. Giuseppe TITOMANLIO
University of Salerno, Italy

Title: Effect of Fast Mold Surface Temperature Evolution on iPP Samples Morphology
Giuseppe Titomanlio graduated in Chemical Engineering at University of Naples. Soon after graduation he moved to the University of Palermo where, after some years, he was appointed as Professor of Chemical Engineering in 1986.
In 1991 he moved to the Chemical and Food Engineering Department of the University of Salerno, where he first Department Chairman , than Dean of the Chemical and Food Engineering School and 2009 to 2011 he has been in the Board of Directors of the University of Salerno The research activity of prof. Titomanlio focuses mainly on properties and processing of polymers, with particular interest on the injection moulding process; morphology, solidification and cooling stresses evolution during cooling and crystallization of thermoplastic polymers under polymer processing conditions.
The results of these activities resulted in about 150 papers published in international scientific journals and numerous communications to conferences.
He was organizer and chairman of a Regional PPS Conference in 1992 and of the 24th Annual Conference of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS24), held in Salerno in June 2008; since 2009 he is in the Executive Committee of the Polymer Processing Society.

S5. ISAR (International Symposium on Applied Rheology)

Prof. Yong Lak JOO
Cornell University, USA

Title: Controlling the Dispersion and Configuration of Nanofillers in Electrically driven Polymer Jets via Controlled Air Flow
Yong Lak Joo is a Professor in the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University. He received his B.S. degree at Seoul National University in Korea in 1989, and received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at Stanford University in 1993. From 1993 and 1999, he was a senior research engineer at Hanwha Chemical Corporation in Korea. Prior to joining Cornell in 2001, Yong Lak Joo did two years of a postdoctoral research in the Department of Chemical Engineering at MIT. His research focuses on the integration of molecular details into a macroscopic level in polymeric materials processing. In particular, he has recently laid the new foundation for experimental and theoretical studies on advanced, scalable nano-manufacturing processes based on the flow instability such as gas-assisted electrospinning. He received a 3M Faculty Award in 2004. He is also a recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER Award and a DuPont Young Professor Award. He also received an Excellence in Teaching Award in College of Engineering, Cornell University.
Prof. Matteo PASQUALI
Rice University, USA

Title: Controlling the Dispersion and Configuration of Nanofillers in Electrically driven Polymer Jets via Controlled Air Flow
Prof. Matteo Pasquali is the A. J. Hartsook Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Rice University, and a professor in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Chemistry, and Materials Science & NanoEngineering. Prof. Pasquali directs the laboratory cf2 (complex flows of complex fluids). The laboratory studies the interaction of flow and liquid micro- and nano-structure in complex fluids, with a focus on the processing of multifunctional materials and the manufacturing of soft conductors, particularly based on Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene. The laboratory targets applications in energy transmission and harvesting, biomedicine, petroleum, aerospace, and defense. The cf2 group has made fundamental and applied advances on the manufacturing of CNT and graphene fibers, thin films, coatings, and foams, the behavior of liquid crystalline phases of CNTs and graphene, the dynamics of individual CNTs in fluids and confined environments, the interaction of CNTs with electromagnetic fields, the effect of flow on flexible and semiflexible molecules, the mechanics of blood cells in blood pumps, the rheology of attractive emulsions, and the application of finite elements, large-scale parallel computing, and thermodynamics projections in modeling flows of complex fluids occurring in microfluidics, coating, ink-jet printing, medical devices, and material processing. Current research focuses on the manufacturing and performance of CNT fibers and films, the liquid phase behavior and flow of CNTs, graphene, and graphene oxide solutions, the formation of three-dimensional solid structures (foams and sponges) of CNTs and graphene, the dynamics and detection of CNTs in porous media (with application to oil sensing, oil recovery, and nanomedicine), the dynamics of viscoelastic filaments in the presence of wetting forces, and various applications of CNT fibers to field emission, data cables, power transmission, thermal management, and medicine. The cf2 group research includes collaborations with international groups in France (CNRS and Universite Bordeaux), the Netherlands (Teijin Aramids, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and TU Eindhoven), Germany (RWTH Aachen and Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen), Italy (Universita di Roma), Israel (Technion), Brazil (PUC Rio), Japan (Nitto), and Australia (Monash University), as well as US collaborations with the Air Force Research Laboratory, the National Institute of Standards & Technology, NASA, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, University of Colorado at Boulder, and the University of Minnesota. The cf2 group is funded (about $1.4M/yr) by government agencies (including Department of Defense, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and National Institute of Standards & Technology), foundations (Welch Foundation), and industry (Teijin Aramids, Lockheed-Martin, Saudi Aramco, and Nitto). Prof. Pasquali co-directed the Carbon Nanotechnology Laboratory (CNL) during the two-year period (2006-2008) following the death of CNL's founder Prof. Rick Smalley (1996 Nobel); Prof. Pasquali oversaw the transition of CNL into a shared facility within the Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology. From 2009 to 2014, Prof. Pasquali served as Master of Lovett College, one of the 11 Residential Colleges of Rice University. Prof. Pasquali has started two companies with his students, NanoLinea (focused on medical applications of CNT fibers) and DexMat (focused on smart CNT materials). For more information, see the website of Prof. Pasquali's research group at pasquali.rice.edu, Prof. Pasquali's profile on ResearcherID and Google Scholar, and the website of the Department of Chemistry.
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