Ki Tae Nam

2006-2007 Materials Science and Engineering Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea 
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Kim HD, Jang HL, Ahn HY, et al. (2016) Biomimetic whitlockite inorganic nanoparticles-mediated in situ remodeling and rapid bone regeneration. Biomaterials. 112: 31-43
Andoshe DM, Choi S, Shim YS, et al. (2016) A wafer-scale antireflective protection layer of solution-processed TiO2 nanorods for high performance silicon-based water splitting photocathodes Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 4: 9477-9485
Kwon KC, Choi S, Hong K, et al. (2016) Wafer-scale transferable molybdenum disulfide thin-film catalysts for photoelectrochemical hydrogen production Energy and Environmental Science. 9: 2240-2248
Gurudayal, Jeong D, Jin K, et al. (2016) Highly Active MnO Catalysts Integrated onto Fe2O3 Nanorods for Efficient Water Splitting Advanced Materials Interfaces. 3
Choi J, Park S, Lee J, et al. (2016) Organolead Halid Perovskites: Organolead Halide Perovskites for Low Operating Voltage Multilevel Resistive Switching (Adv. Mater. 31/2016) Advanced Materials. 28: 6517
Kim Y, Shin D, Chang WJ, et al. (2015) Hybrid Z-scheme using photosystem i and BiVO4 for hydrogen production Advanced Functional Materials. 25: 2369-2377
Ahn HY, Lee HE, Jin K, et al. (2013) Extended gold nano-morphology diagram: Synthesis of rhombic dodecahedra using CTAB and ascorbic acid Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 1: 6861-6868
Kim BJ, Cho Y, Jung MS, et al. (2012) Fatigue-free, electrically reliable copper electrode with nanohole array. Small (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 8: 3300-6
Kudirka R, Tran H, Sanii B, et al. (2011) Folding of a single-chain, information-rich polypeptoid sequence into a highly ordered nanosheet. Biopolymers. 96: 586-95
Gelain F, Silva D, Caprini A, et al. (2011) BMHP1-derived self-assembling peptides: hierarchically assembled structures with self-healing propensity and potential for tissue engineering applications. Acs Nano. 5: 1845-59
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