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Key Research AreasAs a leading composite materials research center, the KIST Jeonbuk Institutepioneers industrial development and the advancement of national scientific technology through its R&D efforts in developing original technology concerning cutting-edge composite materials with high performance and high value and carbon-based composite materials. Such efforts are expected to help replace imported resources and create new industries.
Functional Composite Materials Research CenterWith the goal of developing original technologies concerning high quality cutting-edge functional composite materials and commercializing them, the research center focuses on understanding the micro-phenomena of composite materials and controlling/applying them.
Carbon Composite Materials
The center focuses on the production, fibrosis, high-performance creation and high function creation of carbon fiber, carbon nanotubes and graphene as well as high molecular composite material research using these materials. It also plays an important role in ensuring environment-friendly production of carbon fiber composite materials and resolving recycling-related issues through R&D efforts in recycling and repairing.
Composite Materials Applications Research CenterThe center aims to develop composite materials with multiple functions surpassing the properties of existing materials and develop ultra-lightweight structural composite materials that can be applied to the fields of aerospace, automotive and construction. It also focuses on gaining a basic understanding of the physical and chemical properties of materials and developing new composite materials through inducing property-enhancing mechanisms.
[TITLE] Facilitated fluorination and etching of 2D materials
DATE : 202402
JOURNAL : Applied Surface Science
[TITLE] Wet spinning of multi-walled carbon nanotube fibers
DATE : 202401
JOURNAL : Carbon
[TITLE] Facile engineering strategy to control polymer chain structure for enhanced dispersion, electrical and sensing properties of nanocomposites
DATE : 202401
JOURNAL : Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing
[TITLE] Current collectors of carbon fiber reinforced polymer for stackable energy storage composites
DATE : 202401
JOURNAL : Energy Storage Materials
[TITLE] Metal/bacteria cellulose nanofiber bilayer membranes for high-performance hydrovoltaic electric power generation
DATE : 202312
JOURNAL : Nano Energy