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이재영 Prof. Jaeyoung Lee 교수, Ertl촉매연구센터 부센터장
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Education

1999.09-2001.10
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany
Ph.D. student in Department of Physical Chemistry (Supervisor: Dr. M. Eiswirth/Director: Prof. Dr. G. Ertl)
1996.03-1998.02
Inha University, Inchon, Korea
M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering (Supervisor: Prof. Y. Tak)
1992.03-1996.02
Inha University, Inchon, Korea
B.E. in Chemical Engineering (Supervisor: Prof. J. Nam).

Work Experience

2004.03-2007.01
Korea Institute of Science & Technology, Seoul, Korea
Senior Researcher in Fuel Cell Research Center
Research projects were involved with Electrocatalysis in liquid fuel cells, System engineering of portable fuel cells & Electrodeposition of metal oxide nanowires using nano-porous alumina template.
2002.01-2004.02
Research Institute of Industrial Science & Technology, Pohang, Korea
Senior Researcher in Environment & Energy Research Division
Research projects were involved with Environmental Electrochemistry (Electrochemical metal recovery from PCB solution; Capacitive deionization (CDI); Pilot-plant scale wastewater treatment) & Electrodeposition of metal oxide nanowires using nano-porous alumina template.
1999.09-2001.12
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany
Researcher in Department of Physical Chemistry
(Supervisor: Dr. M. Eiswirth/Director: Prof. Dr. G. Ertl)
Development of direct C1 fuel cells under non-linear systems
2000.06
University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Department
(Dr. P. A. Christensen, Prof. K. Scott)
Research project was involved with the Membrane Electrode
Assembly (MEA) in PEM Fuel Cells and DMFC.
1999.01-1999.08
University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany
Visiting scientist in Dept. of Surface Chemistry and Catalysis
(Supervisor: Dr. Olaf M. Magnussen/Prof. Dr. R. J. Behm) Inhibition and Corrosion of Cu (111) by using an Electrochemical Scanning Tunnelling Microscope (EC-STM).
1996-1998
Inha University, Inchon, Korea
Graduate teaching assistant in Chemical Engineering Department
Courses: Basis of Electrochemistry, Applied Electrochemical Engineering, and Materials Science & Engineering.
1995.07
Samsung Electro-Mechanics Ltd., Suwon, Korea
Research assistant in Materials Chemistry Laboratory
Electrochemical Etching of Aluminium (Capacitor).

Research Area


Research concentrates on the structure, dynamics and reactivity of surfaces and/or interfaces of
mainly nanoparticles/wires/tubes in contact with gaseous or liquid phases, but also including thin
layers, clusters, as well as 'real' catalysts. We are trying to apply our experience in chemical engineering
and basic understanding of electrochemistry and physical chemistry to the development and
optimization of a number of processes involving ELECTROCATALYSIS (for (a) HYDROGEN generation,
(b) OXYGEN & CO2 reduction, (c) liquid fuel oxidation) and electrochemical power production, in particular
for construction of PORTABLE FUEL CELLS & Semiconductor - Air Batteries.

Awards

Oronzio De Nora Foundation Young Author Prize 2002 (International Society of Electrochemistry Award)
Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 2003
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Postdoctoral Fellowship,
10/2001 ~ 12/2001
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Ph.D. Fellowship, 09/1999 ~ 10/2001
Student Travel Grants, 07/2001
(International Conference on Electrified Interfaces 2001)
Student Travel Award, 03/2001
(199th ECS Meeting, Physical Electrochemistry Division)
Travel Grants (Japan), 03/2000
(Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture of Japan)
Korea-Germany Graduate Student Exchange Program Scholarship
(KOSEF), 03/1999 ~ 08/1999
Baden-Wuerttemberg Fellowship, Germany, 01/1999 ~ 03/1999
Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Inha University, 1996 ~ 1998
Undergraduate Scholarship, Inha University, 1992 ~ 1995

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