The primary research goal of our group is to develop renewable energy sources and environmentally benign chemical processes that are essential for sustainable development of human society. Our researches also cover the development of advanced catalyst and storage materials that can contribute to the aforementioned issues, especially by using cutting edge knowledge on nanotechnology.
“Unveiling coke formation mechanism in MFI zeolites during methanol-to-hydrocarbons conversion”, Journal of Catalysis, 375, 183-192 (2019) - Link
“Synergy between Zeolite Framework and Encapsulated Sulfur for Enhanced Ion-Exchange Selectivity to Radioactive Cesium”, Chemistry of Materials, 30, 5777-5785 (2018) - Link
“Rational Design of the Polymeric Amines in Solid Adsorbents for Postcombustion Carbon Dioxide Capture”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 10, 23825-23833 (2018) - Link
Kyungho Lee received ‘The Best Oral Presentation Award’ in Korea Institute of Chemical Engineering Symposium, Fall 2018.
Songhyun Lee received 'Poster Prize' in the 8th Tokyo Conference on Advanced Catalytic Science and Technology (TOCAT8).
Woosung Choi received the Global Ph.D. Fellowship from the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF).
Kyungho Lee received ‘The Best Oral Presentation Award’ in The 30th International Symposium on Chemical Engineering.
Mingyu Jin received ‘The Best Oral Presentation Award’ in Korea Institute of Chemical Engineering Symposium, Fall 2017.
Songhyun Lee received the Global Ph.D. Fellowship from the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF).
Juhwan Im received ‘Oral Presentation Award’ in the 16th Korea-Japan Symposium on Catalysis (May 15-17, Sapporo, Japan).
Prof. Minkee Choi has been appointed as the Early Career Advisory Board (ECAB) of ACS Catalysis.
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Prof. Minkee Choi received ‘LEE HSUN Young Scientist Lecture Series on Materials Science’ from the Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Prof. Minkee Choi received ‘KAIST Technology Innovation Award’ from KAIST.