|Associate Research Professor Jangyong Kim|
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Dr. Jangyong Kim received Ph.D. & Licentiate of Engineering degree in Solid State Electronics from the Department of Microelectronics and Applied Physics at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden (2007/2005). After PhD, he continued to study as a postdoctoral researcher at KTH with the project of “Novel ferroelectric embedded capacitors” to develop high-k materials for voltage tunable microwave embedded capacitors. Hereafter he joined the Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Copenhagen, Denmark as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the project of “Micro Sheet Resistance Probing (µRSP)” to develop a novel metrology tool based on advanced silicon micromachining technology (MEMS). In August 2010, he joined the Department of Applied Physics at Aalto University in Helsinki, Finland and worked on electric-field tunable FMR in hybrid ferromagnetic-piezoelectric heterostructures for the project of “Actively controllable ferroic and microwave properties of magnetic thin film heterostructures and multiferroic materials” collaborated with the NOKIA Research Center. In May 2012, he joined the Condensed Matter Physics Group at the University of Leeds in United Kingdom as a Postdoctoral Research Associate and worked for the project of “Generation, Imaging and Control of Novel Coherent Electronic States in Artificial Ferromagnetic-Superconducting Hybrid Metamaterials and Devices”. In November 2015, he joined in the Center for Biomolecular Nanotechnologies at Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Italy as a Senior Researcher for the project of “Design, Fabrication and Realization of MEMS sensors based on Graphene-Piezoelectric Metamaterials and Device”. Currently, he is working as a Research Associate Professor at School of Information Science and Technology, ShanghaiTech University, Shanghai, China.
His research interest is advanced functional thin films of materials for frequency agile device applications with interdisciplinary field which includes ceramic synthesis, advanced thin film growth technology, micro- and nanofabrication (MEMS/NEMS), nano-scale engineering, electro-biosensors, RF & microwaves, nano-photonics, metamaterials, semiconductors, superconductors, magnetoencephalography, multiphysics modelling and spintronic devices. Dr. Jangyong Kim has published more than 20 journal papers as the first-author or corresponding author.
1. P. J. Curran, J. Kim, N. Satchell, J. D. S. Witt, G. Burnell, M. G. Flokstra, S. L. Lee, S. J. Bending, “Continuously Tuneable Critical Current in Superconductor-Ferromagnet Multilayers”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 110, 262601 (2017).
2. Estefani Marchiori, Peter J. Curran, Jangyong Kim, Nathan Satchell, Gavin Burnell, Simon J. Bending, “Reconfigurable superconducting vortex pinning potential for magnetic disks in hybrid structures”, Sci. Rep., 7, 45182, (2017).
3. M.G. Flokstra, N. Satchell, J. Kim, G. Burnell, P.J. Curran, S.J. Bending, J. F. K. Cooper, C. J. Kinane, S. J. Langridge, A Isidori, N. Pugach, M. Eschrig, H. Luetkens, A Suter, T. Prokscha, S. L. Lee, “Remotely induced magnetism in a normal metal using a superconducting spin-valve”, Nature Phys., 12, 57–61 (2016)
4. P. J. Curran, J. Kim, N. Satchell, G. Burnell, M. G. Flokstra, S. L. Lee, J.F.K. Cooper, C.J. Kinane, S. Langridge, A. Isidori, N. Pugach, M. Eschrig, S. J. Bending, “Irreversible Magnetization Switching at the onset of Superconductivity in a Superconductor Ferromagnet Hybrid”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 107, 262602, (2015).
5. M.G. Flokstra, T.C. Cunningham, J. Kim, N. Satchell, C.H. Marrows, G. Burnell, S.J. Bending, P.J. Curran, S.J. Langridge, C. Kinane, J.F.K. Cooper, N. Pugach, M. Eschrig, and S.L. Lee, “Controlled suppression of superconductivity by the generation of polarized Cooper pairs in spin valve structures”, Phys. Rev. B. 91, 060501(R), (2015).
6. Jangyong Kim, Lide Yao, Sebastiaan van Dijken, “Coherent Piezoelectric Strain Transfer to Epitaxial Ferromagnetic Films with Large Lattice Mismatch J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 25, 082205 (2013).
7. Sune Thorsteinsson, Fei Wang, Dirch H. Petersen, Torben Mikael Hansen, Daniel Kjær, Jang-Yong Kim, Peter F. Nielsen, and Ole Hansen, “Accurate micro four-point probe sheet resistance measurements on small samples”, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 80, 053902, (2009).
8. Jang-Yong Kim, Alexander M. Grishin, “Microwave Properties of ATN (AgTa0.5Nb0.5O3) Thin Film Varactors on Various Substrates”, IEEE on Application of Ferroelectrics, 360-363, (2007).
9. Jang-Yong Kim, Alexander M. Grishin, Processing and on-wafer test of ferroelectric film microwave varactors Appl. Phys. Lett., 88, 192905, (2006).
10. Jang-Yong Kim, Alexander M. Grishin, “Niobate-tantalate thin films microwave varactors”, Thin Solid Films, 515, 2, 619-622, (2006).