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Introduction of Department

Department of Information and Electronics Materials
Contributing to the creation of new industries in the age of the fourth industrial revolution

Contributing to the creation of new industries in the age of the fourth industrial revolution by developing core electronic materials for IoT devices and process

Director
  • NameTaek-mo Chung
  • Office+82-42-860-7359
  • E-mailtmchung@krict.re.kr
Taek-mo Chung

Major research fields

Development of smart chemical materials for IoT devices

  • Development of organometallic chemical materials for IT devices and technologies for depositing semiconductor/display films and manufacturing devices by using the materials
  • Maturation of technology for producing composite nanomaterials-based core materials for IoT devices
  • Development of materials for untethering IoT devices and application technology for integrated devices

Development of functional polymeric chemical materials based on new processes

  • Development of next-generation functional polyimide materials
  • Development of technology for developing and applying smart polymeric composites
  • Development of technology for producing core chemical materials for semiconductors and displays

Development of technology for synthesizing basic fluorine-based raw materials by using pyrolysis and fluoridation methods

  • Development of apparatus for new pyrolysis technology; establishment of process conditions for producing basic raw materials for semiconductors (TFE and HFP); and providing feedback
  • Optimization of fluoridation apparatus and synthesis of perfluorinated amine-based compounds for semiconductors
  • Synthesis of high-temperature, pollution-tolerant, and acid-resistant materials and preparation of coating solution
  • Design and synthesis of new materials (VDF-based materials, F-acryl, coolant materials, etc.)

Key research accomplishments

  • Development of organometallic chemical materials for Group 4 metal oxides that can be used as high dielectric materials of DRAM capacity and dielectric of HKMG; deposition of thin films of the materials; and development of device manufacturing process
  • Development of electrostatic generation materials that can be deformed by contraction and elongation in the plane directions
  • Development and transfer of process technology for graphite pretreatment and graphene manufacturing
  • Securing source technology for polyimide polymerization catalyst and process based on aqueous system and environment-friendly process
  • Development and application of variable covalent bonding-based 4D printing materials and environment-responsive smart polymer materials
  • Development of technology for synthesizing and forming cyclic olefin polymers
  • Development of technology for producing fluorine-based coating materials and patent application of the technology