Jeonbuk National University
Republic of Korea
Cheol Sang Kim focuses on Nanotechnology, Electrospinning, Nanofiber, Nanocomposite and Chemical engineering. Cheol Sang Kim has researched Nanotechnology in several fields, including Photocatalysis and Surface modification. His work deals with themes such as Biocompatibility, Composite number, Nanoparticle and Biomedical engineering, which intersect with Electrospinning.
Cheol Sang Kim combines subjects such as Tissue engineering, Cellulose acetate, Polyurethane and Polymer chemistry with his study of Nanofiber. Cheol Sang Kim interconnects Nylon 6, Silver nitrate, Polypyrrole and Biosensor in the investigation of issues within Nanocomposite. His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Cyclic voltammetry and Absorption.
His primary areas of investigation include Chemical engineering, Electrospinning, Nanofiber, Nanotechnology and Composite number. His study in Biocompatibility, Nanocomposite, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Nanoparticle and Simulated body fluid is carried out as part of his studies in Chemical engineering. His Electrospinning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nylon 6, Biomedical engineering, Polyurethane and Polycaprolactone.
His studies examine the connections between Nanofiber and genetics, as well as such issues in Tissue engineering, with regards to Scaffold. In his work, Scanning electron microscope is strongly intertwined with Photocatalysis, which is a subfield of Nanotechnology. His Composite number research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Oxide, Hydrothermal circulation and Contact angle.
Cheol Sang Kim mainly investigates Electrospinning, Chemical engineering, Nanofiber, Biomedical engineering and Polycaprolactone. His research integrates issues of Biomaterial, Composite number, Simulated body fluid and Scaffold in his study of Electrospinning. Composite number is the subject of his research, which falls under Composite material.
His Biocompatibility, Contact angle, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and Nanoparticle study, which is part of a larger body of work in Chemical engineering, is frequently linked to Black-body radiation, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Biocompatibility research incorporates elements of Oxide and Polypyrrole. His Nanofiber study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cellulose acetate, In situ, Drug delivery, Polyurethane and Essential oil.
Chemical engineering, Biocompatibility, Polycaprolactone, Electrospinning and Biophysics are his primary areas of study. His work on Nanofiber and Transmission electron microscopy as part of his general Chemical engineering study is frequently connected to Laser ablation, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Activated carbon, Air filter, Polyurethane and Scanning electron microscope in addition to Nanofiber.
His studies deal with areas such as Nanoparticle, Iron oxide nanoparticles, Nanomaterials and Polypyrrole as well as Biocompatibility. His studies in Polycaprolactone integrate themes in fields like Composite number, Thermogravimetric analysis, Contact angle and Biomedical engineering. As part of his studies on Electrospinning, he often connects relevant areas like Simulated body fluid.
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Effect of stacking sequence on the flexural properties of hybrid composites reinforced with carbon and basalt fibers
I.D.G. Ary Subagia;I.D.G. Ary Subagia;Yonjig Kim;Leonard D. Tijing;Cheol Sang Kim.
Composites Part B-engineering (2014)
Electrospun antibacterial polyurethane-cellulose acetate-zein composite mats for wound dressing.
Afeesh Rajan Unnithan;Gopalsamy Gnanasekaran;Yesupatham Sathishkumar;Yang Soo Lee.
Carbohydrate Polymers (2014)
In Situ Synthesis of Antimicrobial Silver Nanoparticles within Antifouling Zwitterionic Hydrogels by Catecholic Redox Chemistry for Wound Healing Application.
Amin GhavamiNejad;Chan Hee Park;Cheol Sang Kim.
Antibacterial and superhydrophilic electrospun polyurethane nanocomposite fibers containing tourmaline nanoparticles
Leonard D. Tijing;Michael Tom G. Ruelo;Altangerel Amarjargal;Altangerel Amarjargal;Hem Raj Pant;Hem Raj Pant.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2012)
Mussel-Inspired Electrospun Nanofibers Functionalized with Size-Controlled Silver Nanoparticles for Wound Dressing Application.
Amin GhavamiNejad;Afeesh Rajan Unnithan;Arathyram Ramachandra Kurup Sasikala;Melisa Samarikhalaj.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2015)
A Controlled Design of Aligned and Random Nanofibers for 3D Bi-functionalized Nerve Conduits Fabricated via a Novel Electrospinning Set-up.
Jeong In Kim;Tae In Hwang;Ludwig Erik Aguilar;Chan Hee Park.
Scientific Reports (2016)
A Review on Properties of Natural and Synthetic Based Electrospun Fibrous Materials for Bone Tissue Engineering.
Deval Prasad Bhattarai;Ludwig Erik Aguilar;Chan Hee Park;Cheol Sang Kim.
Simultaneous preparation of Ag/Fe3O4 core–shell nanocomposites with enhanced magnetic moment and strong antibacterial and catalytic properties
Altangerel Amarjargal;Altangerel Amarjargal;Leonard D. Tijing;Leonard D. Tijing;Ik-Tae Im;Cheol Sang Kim.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2013)
Antibacterial and photocatalytic properties of Ag/TiO2/ZnO nano-flowers prepared by facile one-pot hydrothermal process
Hem Raj Pant;Hem Raj Pant;Bishweshwar Pant;Ram Kumar Sharma;Altangerel Amarjargal;Altangerel Amarjargal.
Ceramics International (2013)
Photocatalytic TiO2–RGO/nylon-6 spider-wave-like nano-nets via electrospinning and hydrothermal treatment
Hem Raj Pant;Hem Raj Pant;Bishweshwar Pant;Pashupati Pokharel;Han Joo Kim.
Journal of Membrane Science (2013)
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