PANG Changhyun | 방창현

Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering

제2공학관26동 4층 26407A호실

Research Areas

Intelligent Materials & Interfaces

Research Interests

Our vision revolves around several platforms for highly effective systems with a intelligent nature-inspired approach, an interfacial assembly and combination for multi-functional systems and, large-area processing with smart materials. Structured stimuli responsive nano architecture will contain nano /micro patterns, structural interlocking, and molecular level assembly with various fictionalized materials. The programmable nano-architectures of soft materials are investigated with understanding of detail physics and interactions, including reversible intermolecular forces with 3D nano/micro-architectures for bio-inspired reversible wet/dry bio-adhesive, super-wettability, bioelectronics, and soft robotics

Recently, intelligent stretchable electronics and systems are essential components in the development of artificial systems that can mimic the complex characteristics of the human organs. We intended to focus on multiplex and stretchable devices for tools of E-skins, wearable device, bio-integrative applications and healthcare systems. For diagnosis and therapy, intelligent stretchable bioelectronics and systems with bioinspired multiscale hierarchical architectures are developed through novel top-down, bottom-up, and combined approaches.

Selected Publications

1. S.Chun, C. Pang* “A Micropillar-assisted Versatile Strategy for Highly Sensitive and Efficient Triboelectric Energy Generation under In-plane Stimuli” Advanced Materials, 32(2), 1905539 (2020).

2. S. Choi, H. J. Lee, D. W. Kim, and C. Pang*, “Conductive Hierarchical Hairy Fibers for Highly Sensitive, Stretchable, and Wet-Resistant Multimodal Gesture-distinguishable Sensor and VR Applications”, Advanced Functional Materials, 29(50), 1905808 (2019).

3. S. Baik, H. J. Lee, D. W. Kim, J. W. Kim, Y. Lee, C. Pang*, “Bioinspired Adhesive Architectures: From Skin Patch to Integrated Bioelectronics”, Advanced Materials, 31 (34), 1803309 (2019).

4. D. W. Kim, S. Baik, H. Min, S. Chun, H. J. Lee, and C. Pang*, “Highly permeable skin patch with conductive hierarchical architectures inspired by amphibians and octopi for omnidirectionally enhanced wet adhesion” Advanced Functional Materials, 29(13).1807614 (2019).

5. S. Chun, D. W. Kim, S. Baik, H. J. Lee, S. H. Bhang and C. Pang*, “Conductive and stretchable adhesive electronics with miniaturized octopus-like suckers against dry/wet skin for biosignal monitoring”, Advanced Functional Materials, 28, 52 (2018).

6. S. Baik, J. Kim, H. J. Lee, C. Pang*, Highly Adaptable and Biocompatible Octopus‐Like Adhesive Patches with Meniscus‐Controlled Unfoldable 3D Microtips for Underwater Surface and Hairy Skin, Advanced Science, 1800100, (2018).

7. H. Han, S. Baik, J. H. Koo, Changhyun Pang,* “Bioinspired Geometry-Switchable Janus Nanofibers for Eye-Readable H₂ Sensors”, Advanced Functional Materials, Volume 27 (29), 1701618 (2017).

8. S. Baik, D. Kim, Y. Park, T. Lee, S. H. Bhang, C. Pang*, “A wet-tolerant adhesive patch inspired by protuberances in suction of octopi” Nature 546, 396 (2017).

9. Y.-J. Park, J. Shim, S. Y. Jeong, C. Pang*, “Microtopography-guided Conductive Patterns of Liquid-Driven Graphene Nanoplatelet Networks for Stretchable and Skin-Conformal Sensor Array”, Advanced Materials, 29, 1606453 (2017).

10. Pang et al, “A Flexible and Highly Sensitive Strain Gauge Sensor using Reversible Interlocking of Nanofibers” Nature Materials. 11 795 (2012).

Professional Experience

박사후 연구원 (서울대학교, 2012)
박사후 연구원 (Stanford University 2013-2014)