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About Dr. Do Young Kim

Dr. Do Young Kim is an Assistant Professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at the Oklahoma State University. He has the expertise in fabrication and characterization of organic electronic devices (OLED and Organic photovoltaic cell) as well as inorganic electronic devices (poly-Si TFT and colloidal PbS nanocrystal photodetector). Prior to joining the Oklahoma State University he was a Research Scientist as well as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Florida (2009-2015) where he invented a light-weight, low cost energy efficient infrared sensitive organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology that can be fabricated into infrared imaging sensors. He is a co-founder and a Scientific Advisor of two startup companies – NIRVision, LLC and nVerPix, LLC based on organic/inorganic nanomaterial and device technologies. From 2002 to 2006 He also worked as a research scientist at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), South Korea developing the poly-Si TFT technology on plastic substrates which is a core technology in flexible OLED displays. Dr. Kim received his PhD from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Florida in 2009. He also received his B.S. degree (1999) and M.S. degree (2002) in physics from Kyung Hee University, South Korea. His research interests are in colloidal inorganic nanomaterials, organic semiconductors, and their use in optoelectronics, nanoelectronics, and energy/bio applications. Dr. Kim has 35 publications, 17 issued patents, another 19 patent applications pending and 74 conference presentations.
Dr. Do Young Kim

Major Areas of Interest

Colloidal inorganic nanomaterials, organic semiconductors, and their use in optoelectronics, nanoelectronics, and energy/bio applications

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Selected Publications

  1. “Unraveling the gain mechanism in high performance solution processed PbS infrared photodiodes” Jae Woong Lee, Do Young Kim, and Franky So, 2015, Adv. Funct. Mater., 25, 1233.
  2. “Solution processed Polymer Near-Infrared Photodiode with electron and hole blockers” Chi Hang Cheung, Do Young Kim, Jegadesan Subbiah, Chad M. Amb, John R. Reynolds, and Franky, 2014, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, 61, 3852.
  3. “Low-Noise Multispectral Photodetectors Made from All Solution-Processed Inorganic Semiconductors” Jesse R. Manders, Tzung-Han Lai, Yanbin An, Weikai Xu, Jaewoong Lee, Do Young Kim, Gijs Bosman, and Franky So, 2014, Adv. Funct. Mater., 24, 7205.
  4. “Multi-spectral imaging with infrared sensitive organic light emitting diode” Do Young Kim, Tzung-Han Lai, Jae Woong Lee, Jesse R. Manders, and Franky, 2014, Scientific Reports, 4, 5946.
  5. “Effect of nano-porosity on high gain permeable metal-base transistors” Hyunggeun Yu, Jong Hyun Kim, Wenchao Chen, Do Young Kim, Jing Guo, and Franky So, 2014, Adv. Funct. Mater., 24, 6056.
  6. “All Solution-Processed Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Permeable Metal-Base Transistor” Jong Hyun Kim, Hyunggeun Yu, Rui Liu, Do Young Kim, and Franky So, 2014, Small, 10, 3650.
  7. “Air-Stable, Solution-Processed Oxide p–n Heterojunction Ultraviolet Photodetector” Do Young Kim, Jiho Ryu, Jesse Manders, Jaewoong Lee, and Franky So, 2014, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6 (3), 1370.
  8. “PbSe nanocrystals-based infrared-to-visible up-conversion device” Do Young Kim, Kaushik Roy Choudhury, Jae Woong Lee, Dong Woo Song, Galileo Sarasqueta, and Franky So, 2011 Nano Lett.,11, 2109.
  9. “Low-Voltage, Low-Power, Organic Light-Emitting Transistors for Active Matrix Displays” M. A. McCarthy, B. Liu, E. P. Donoghue, I. Kravchenko, D. Y. Kim, F. So, A. G. Rinzler, 2011 Science, 332, 570.
  10. “Reorientation of the High Mobility Plane in Pentacene Based Carbon Nanotube Enabled Vertical Field Effect Transistors” Mitchell McCarthy, Bo Liu, Ramesh Jayaraman, Stephen Gilbert, Do Young Kim, Franky So, and Andrew Rinzler, 2011 ACS Nano, 5 (1), 291.
  11. “Organic infrared up-conversion device” Do Young Kim, Dong Woo Song, Neetu Chopra, Pieter De Somer, and Franky So,2010 Adv. Mater, 22, 2260 Featured on
  12. “MoO3/poly(9,9-dioctylfluorene-co-N-[4-(3-methylpropyl)]-diphenylamine) double-interlayer effect on polymer solar cell” Jegadesan Subbiah, Do Young Kim, Michael Hartel, and Franky So, 2010 Appl. Phys. Lett., 96, 063303.
  13. “Effect of molybdenum oxide interlayer on organic photovoltaic cells” Do Young Kim, Jegadesan Subbiah, Galileo Sarasqueta, Franky So, Huanjun Ding, Irfan and Yongli Gao, 2009 Appl. Phys. Lett., 95, 093304 Ranked 6 th in Top 20 Most Downloaded Articles during Sep. 2009.
  14. “SnPc:C60 bulk heterojunction organic photovoltaic cells with MoO3 interlayer” Do Young Kim, Galileo Sarasqueta, and Franky So, 2009 Sol. Energy Mater. Sol. Cells, 93, 1452.
  15. “Aluminum Phthalocyanine Chloride/C60 Organic photovoltaic cells with high open circuit voltage” Do Young Kim, Franky So, and Yongli Gao, 2009 Sol. Energy Mater. Sol. Cells, 93, 1688.
  16. “Organic/inorganic nanocomposites for high-dielectric-constant materials” Galileo Sarasqueta, Kaushik Roy Choudhury, Do Young Kim and Franky So, 2008 App. Phys. Lett., 93, 123305.
  17. “Carbon Nanotube Enabled Vertical Field Effect and Light Emitting Transistors” B. Liu, M. McCarthy, Y. Yoon, D. Kim, F. So, P. Holloway, J. R. Reynolds, J. Guo, and A. G. Rinzler, 2008 Adv. Mater., Vol. 20, 1.
  18. “Oxygen effect on laser crystallization of sputtered a-Si film on plastic substrate” Do Young Kim, Jong Man Kim, Ji Sim Jung, Jang Yeon Kwon, Hans S. Cho, Kyung Bae Park, Hyuck Lim, and Takashi Noguchi, 2006 Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 45, L74.
  19. “Strong Visible PL from nc-Si thin film by Ni silicide mediated crystallization” Do Young Kim, Ji Sim Jung, Young Rae Jang, Kun Ho Yoo, Jin Jang, 2003 Physica E, Vol.16, 400.
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