I visited Organic Electronics group at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research as a student from July 2019 to October 2019. My projects were on charge transport simulation in organic semiconductor devices, discovering novel materials for energy conversion and storage, and algorithm design and application of machine-learning methodologies to soft materials.

Currently, I an a graduate student in the Organic Photonics Laboratory (OPL) at Seoul National University (SNU). The topic of my Master thesis is, "Charge transport simulation in Organic semiconductor devices and elucidating the reason of difference in mobility with different molecular structure". During my Master’s program, I coded in C a kinetic Monte Carlo algorithm.

I received my dual Bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry and Materials Science at Yonsei University in South Korea in 2018. During my Bachelor’s program, I worked in Yonsei Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Center for Nano-Medicine, and Nano Polymer Laboratory (NPL). Here, I worked on a project aimed to synthesize isotropic single-layer nanosheet in solution by introducing different types of coordinating capping ligands to the edge facets of 2D layered Transition-metal chalcogenides (TMCs), as well as produced pressure sensitive interactive displays called Organic Light Emitting Board (OLEB).