Opportunities for graduates with passion/vision for the future and interested in the Flexible Optoelectronics field to carry out higher studies (Ph.D.) with scholarships at South Korea.
Flexible OptoElectronic Laboratory, Gwangju Institute of Science Technology is looking for students seeking M.S. or Ph.D. degrees. Applicants with top credentials and/or research experience in Electronics, Photonics, Materials, Nanotechnology, and/or Software engineering are encouraged to apply.
Ph.D. or M.S./Ph.D. (Doctoral studies)
- Advanced optoelectronic devices/systems
- Multi-functional nanophotonics
- Next-generation optical healthcare systems
Graduate/Undergraduate degree in the relevant field with research experience in Electronics, Photonics, Materials, Nanotechnology, and/or Software engineering
How to apply?
Interested candidates can contact Professor via email.
Position is open until filled.
Scholarships (to meet Tuition fees, Accommodation expenses)
x The scholarship amount will be decided after a discussion.
The flexible optoelectronic laboratory of GIST’s School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering is a young laboratory that started in August 2016.
As of February 2020, a total of 16 researchers are working together, and despite the short study period, many interesting results are being reported. Our lab is conducting research in three major areas.
Research at Flexible OptoElectronics Laboratory (FOEL)
Advanced optoelectronic devices/systems:
It deals with flexible displays, micro LEDs, and flexible solar cells that are frequently reported in the media recently. In addition, we develop semiconductor optical devices that did not exist before, such as ultra-wide-angle cameras that resemble insect eyes, semiconductor devices that dissolve in water, and LEDs inserted into the body. It also includes system-level 3D cameras, riders, and the underlying technology essential to them.
Photonics technology is a technology that controls the interaction between light and matter through very small structures. These include photonic crystal structures, plasmonics, and metamaterials. In this lab, we develop photonic structures that do not only have one function but have various characteristics at the same time. It includes components essential for next-generation electronic products such as ultra-thin transparent electrodes, metal color structures, and broadband anti-reflective films.
Next-generation optical healthcare systems:
The optical components and devices developed above can be applied to healthcare technology. For example, you can measure oxygen saturation, read biorhythms, and use it for beauty using skin-attached LEDs.
Prof. Young Min Song
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Gwangju Institute of Science Technology
123, Cheomdangwagi-ro, Buk-gu, Gwangju 61005, Korea
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Post expires at 6:00pm on Sunday February 28th, 2021 (GMT+9)