Jung-Yong Lee
Jung-Yong Lee
Professor of School of EE, KAIST
Verified email at kaist.ac.kr - Homepage
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Scalable coating and properties of transparent, flexible, silver nanowire electrodes
L Hu, HS Kim, JY Lee, P Peumans, Y Cui
ACS nano 4 (5), 2955-2963, 2010
20392010
Solution-processed metal nanowire mesh transparent electrodes
JY Lee, ST Connor, Y Cui, P Peumans
Nano letters 8 (2), 689-692, 2008
20322008
Wearable textile battery rechargeable by solar energy
YH Lee, JS Kim, J Noh, I Lee, HJ Kim, S Choi, J Seo, S Jeon, TS Kim, ...
Nano letters 13 (11), 5753-5761, 2013
3702013
Fully solution-processed inverted polymer solar cells with laminated nanowire electrodes
W Gaynor, JY Lee, P Peumans
ACS nano 4 (1), 30-34, 2010
3342010
Semitransparent organic photovoltaic cells with laminated top electrode
JY Lee, ST Connor, Y Cui, P Peumans
Nano letters 10 (4), 1276-1279, 2010
3122010
Enhancement of optical absorption in thin-film organic solar cells through the excitation of plasmonic modes in metallic gratings
C Min, J Li, G Veronis, JY Lee, S Fan, P Peumans
Applied Physics Letters 96 (13), 56, 2010
2592010
Plasmonic forward scattering effect in organic solar cells: a powerful optical engineering method
SW Baek, J Noh, CH Lee, BS Kim, MK Seo, JY Lee
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-7, 2013
2482013
Au@ Ag core–shell nanocubes for efficient plasmonic light scattering effect in low bandgap organic solar cells
SW Baek, G Park, J Noh, C Cho, CH Lee, MK Seo, H Song, JY Lee
ACS nano 8 (4), 3302-3312, 2014
2152014
Efficient welding of silver nanowire networks without post‐processing
J Lee, I Lee, TS Kim, JY Lee
Small 9 (17), 2887-2894, 2013
2122013
The origin of enhanced optical absorption in solar cells with metal nanoparticles embedded in the active layer
JY Lee, P Peumans
Optics Express 18 (10), 10078-10087, 2010
2022010
Flexible transparent conducting hybrid film using a surface-embedded copper nanowire network: a highly oxidation-resistant copper nanowire electrode for flexible optoelectronics
HG Im, SH Jung, J Jin, D Lee, J Lee, D Lee, JY Lee, ID Kim, BS Bae
ACS nano 8 (10), 10973-10979, 2014
1552014
Coherent light trapping in thin-film photovoltaics
SB Mallick, NP Sergeant, M Agrawal, JY Lee, P Peumans
MRS bulletin 36 (6), 453-460, 2011
1152011
Flexible transparent conducting composite films using a monolithically embedded AgNW electrode with robust performance stability
HG Im, J Jin, JH Ko, J Lee, JY Lee, BS Bae
Nanoscale 6 (2), 711-715, 2014
912014
High-performance hybrid plastic films: a robust electrode platform for thin-film optoelectronics
J Jin, J Lee, S Jeong, SC Yang, JH Ko, HG Im, SW Baek, JY Lee, BS Bae
Energy & Environmental Science 6 (6), 1811-1817, 2013
862013
Ag@ Ni core–shell nanowire network for robust transparent electrodes against oxidation and sulfurization
H Eom, J Lee, A Pichitpajongkit, M Amjadi, JH Jeong, E Lee, JY Lee, ...
Small 10 (20), 4171-4181, 2014
832014
Random and V-groove texturing for efficient light trapping in organic photovoltaic cells
C Cho, H Kim, S Jeong, SW Baek, JW Seo, D Han, K Kim, YK Park, S Yoo, ...
Solar energy materials and solar cells 115, 36-41, 2013
682013
Highly transparent Au-coated Ag nanowire transparent electrode with reduction in haze
T Kim, A Canlier, C Cho, V Rozyyev, JY Lee, SM Han
ACS applied materials & interfaces 6 (16), 13527-13534, 2014
672014
Hybrid crystalline-ITO/metal nanowire mesh transparent electrodes and their application for highly flexible perovskite solar cells
HG Im, S Jeong, J Jin, J Lee, DY Youn, WT Koo, SB Kang, HJ Kim, J Jang, ...
NPG Asia Materials 8 (6), e282-e282, 2016
662016
Au@ polymer core–shell nanoparticles for simultaneously enhancing efficiency and ambient stability of organic optoelectronic devices
T Kim, H Kang, S Jeong, DJ Kang, C Lee, CH Lee, MK Seo, JY Lee, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 6 (19), 16956-16965, 2014
632014
Ultrafast formation of air-processable and high-quality polymer films on an aqueous substrate
J Noh, S Jeong, JY Lee
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2016
552016
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