Dr. Minjeong Ha


ORCID: 0000-0002-6635-7462

Google Scholar: Minjeong Ha

Phone: + 49 (0)1522 561 1268

Fax:

Email: m.ha@hzdr.de unistarwws1(at)gmail.com

Affiliation:

Helmholtz-Zentrum-Dresden-Rossendorf
Institute for Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research
Bautzner Landstraße 400 
01328 Dresden, Germany

Short biography

Minjeong Ha received her BS in Nano-Bioscience and Chemical Engineering from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) in 2013, MS and PhD in Energy and Chemical Engineering from UNIST in 2019. She currently works at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), Germany as a postdoctoral researcher in the department of “Intelligent materials and systems”. Her research interests are in the fields of multifunctional sensors and energy harvesting devices based on nano/micro-structured materials and applications for smart wearable electronics.

Research interests

  • Flexible electronic devices
  • Electronic skins/tactile sensors
  • Nano/micro-structured materials
  • Ferro/piezoelectric materials
  • Soft polymers
  • Wearable and smart healthcare applications

Selected honors and awards

2018:      WISET-PSK Young Researcher Award in fall meeting of Polymer Society of Korea, The Polymer Society of Korea
Young Scientist Award in E-MRS spring meeting, European Materials Research Society
24th Humantech paper award (Bronze award in Material Science and process), Samsung Electronics

2017:      Best Oral Presentation Award in fall meeting of Polymer Society of Korea, The Polymer Society of Korea

2016:      Best Oral Presentation Award in spring meeting of MRS-K, Materials Research Society of Korea
22nd Humantech paper award [Bronze award in Physical Devices], Samsung Electronics
Outstanding Poster Award in 9th International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers

2015:      Best Oral Presentation Award in spring meeting of Polymer Society of Korea, The Polymer Society of Korea
21st Humantech paper award [Gold award in Material Science & Process], Samsung Electronics
UNIST Nine Bridge Fellowship, UNIST (2015 – 2018)

Selected publications

8.      Yoon Ho Lee, Minjeong Ha, Inho Song, Jeong Hun Lee, Seongdong Lim, Hyunhyub Ko, and Joon Hak Oh
High-performance hybrid photovoltaics with efficient interfacial contacts between vertically aligned ZnO nanowire arrays and organic semiconductors
ACS Omega, 4, 996 (2018)

7.      Seongdong Lim, Minjeong Ha, Youngsu Lee, and Hyunhyub Ko
Large-Area, Solution-Processed, Hierarchical MAPbI3 Nanoribbon Arrays for Self-Powered Flexible Photodetectors
Adv. Optical Mater., 6, 1800615 (2018)

6.      S. Klinghammer, T. Uhlig, F. Patrovsky, M. Böhm, J. Schütt, N. Pütz, L. Baraban, L.M. Eng, and G. Cuniberti
Plasmonic biosensor based on vertical arrays of gold nanoantennas
ACS Sens., 3 (7), 1392-1400 (2018)

5.      Minjeong Ha, Seongdong Lim, Soowon Cho, Youngoh Lee, Sangyun Na, Chunggi Baig, and Hyunhyub Ko
Skin-Inspired Hierarchical Polymer Architectures with Gradient Stiffness for Space-Free, Ultrathin, and Highly Sensitive Triboelectric Sensors
ACS Nano, 12, 3964 (2018)

4.      Kyungtae Kim, Minjeong Ha, Byeongwook Choi, Se Hun Joo, Han Sol Kang, Ju Hyun Park, Bongjun Gu, Chanho Park, Cheolmin Park, Jongbok Kim, Sang Kyu Kwak, Hyunhyub Ko, Jungho Jin, and Seok Ju Kang
Biodegradable, electro-active chitin nanofiber films for flexible piezoelectric transducers
Nano Energy, 48, 275 (2018)

3.      Minjeong Ha, Seongdong Lim, and Hyunhyub Ko
Flexible and Stretchable Medical Devices (Chapter 12. Flexible Health-Monitoring Devices/Sensors)
John Wiley & Sons (2018)

2.      Minjeong Ha, Seongdong Lim, Jonghwa Park, Doo-Seung Um, Youngoh Lee, and Hyunhyub Ko
Bio-Inspired Interlocked and Hierarchical Design of ZnO Nanowire Arrays for Static and Dynamic Pressure-Sensitive Electronic Skins
Adv. Funct. Mater., 25, 2841 (2015)

1.      Minjeong Ha, Jonghwa Park, Youngoh Lee, and Hyunhyub Ko
Triboelectric Generators and Sensors for Self-Powered Wearable Electronics
ACS Nano, 9, 3421 (2015)

 




This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration
under grant agreement no 306277.