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Yong-Young Noh, Korean research scientist. Achievements include patents for development of self-aligned gate process for top-gated inkjet printed polymer transistor; patents for development of organic phototransisors; invention of high performance organic memory using polymer electret; research in charge transport physics of molecular and polymeric semiconductors. Member of Materials Research Society.

Background

Noh, Yong-Young was born on January 15, 1974 in Gwang Ju, Republic of Korea. Arrived in England, 2005.

Education

Graduate, Dungguk University, Republic of Korea. Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, 2005.

Career

Technical staff National Institute Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba, Japan, 2004—2005. Post doctoral research associate Cavendish Laboratory, University Cambridge, England, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for development of self-aligned gate process for top-gated inkjet printed polymer transistor. Patents for development of organic phototransisors. Invention of high performance organic memory using polymer electret.

    Research in charge transport physics of molecular and polymeric semiconductors.

Membership

Member of Materials Research Society.

Connections

Son of Bachelor of Divinity Noh and D.L. Lim. Married Eun-Young Choi, March 13, 2005. 1 child Gio.

father:
Bachelor Noh

spouse:
Eun-Young Choi

child:
Gio Noh