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Major research achievements

  • 1987~2000
    • 1991
      - MLCC Powder developed as seed technology in material & device
    • 1992
      - Epoxy Molding Compound for DRAMs developed as seed technology in electronic material
    • 1993
      - CT2/GSM seeding technology developed for GSM Market
    • 1996
      - DVD player technology developed as a groundwork of blue-ray optical recording
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      - Color LBP technology developed and enabled Samsung's first color laser printer
    • 1998
      - MPEG4 Coding Technologies selected as the international standard
      1999
      - World's first carbon nano-tube field emission display completed
  • 2001~2010
    • 2003
      - Color Signal Processing enhanced competition for DTV & mobile display, printer and camera
    • 2006
      - MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) and OFDM technology completed
    • 2007
      - White LED developed and is leading the world's LED TV market
    • 2009
      - Large-scale synthesis of graphene films completed (in Nature)
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      - High efficiency thermoelectric materials completed (in Nature)
    •  
      - High-Performance Hybrid Quantum-Dot Light Emitting Diodes completed
        (in Nature Photonics)
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      - Solar cell technology transferred as an initiator of solar cell business
    • 2010
      - Wireless Power Transmission Platform developed
  • 2011~
    • 2011
      - Full-color Quantum Dot display completed (in Nature Photonics)
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      - New structure that dramatically increases the durability of ReRam completed
        (in Nature Materials)
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      - Realizing GaN LED on Glass presented (in Nature Photonics)
    •  
      - Research directions for Graphene electronics proposed (in Nature)
    • 2012
      - Oxide semiconductor photosensor completed (in Nature Materials)
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      - New graphene transistor developed (in Science)
    • 2013
      - GaN device transferred to biz division
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      - The switching mechanism of ReRAM using in-situ TEM analysis technology identified
        (in Nature Communications)
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      - Several problems of ReRAM including current density,temperature stability etc. improved
        (in Nature Communications)
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      - Separation membrane using cross-layer thickness of graphene sheet developed
        (in Science)
    • 2015
      - Quantum Dot display developed and applied in SUHD(Samsung Ultra High Definition) TV
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      - Speech recognition technology with high accuracy completed and applied to Galaxy Note5
    •  
      - Dense dislocation arrays embedded in grain boundaries for high-performance
        bulk thermoelectrics (in Science)
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      - Silicon carbide-free graphene growth on silicon for lithium-ion battery with high volumetric
        energy density (Nature Communications)
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      - Nanoscale control of phonon excitations in graphene (Nature Communications)
    • 2016
      - Discovery of Abnormal Lithium Storage Sites in a New Class Electrode Material
        (Nature Communications)
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      - Design of efficient molecular organic light-emitting diodes by a high-throughput virtual
        screening and experimental approach (Nature Materials)
    •  
      - Intrinsically Stretchable, Mechanically Robust and Healable Semiconducting Polymer
        for Skin-Inspired Wearable Organic Transistor (Nature)
    •  
      - Miniature optical planar camera based on a wide-angle metasurface doublet corrected
        for monochromatic aberrations (Nature Communications)
    • 2017
      - Highly Stretchable Polymer Semiconductor Films through Nanoconfinement Effect (Science)
    •  
      - Realization of Continuous Zachariasen Carbon Monolayer (Science Advances)
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