Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Division of Organic Chemistry at UNIST addresses a broad range of research topics based on organic chemistry includingmaterials, medicine, biology, and synthesis. Organic chemistry serves as an essential part of many applied fields of research. At UNIST chemistry, diverse programs based on organic chemistry are actively pursued including synthetic methodology, supramolecular chemistry, polymer chemistry, energy, chemical biology, medicinal chemistry, and enzyme engineering. Further details are listed below.

Jung-Min Kee
Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Byeong-Su Kim
Polymer Chemistry, Carbon Nanomaterials, Layer-by-Layer assembly

Tae-Hyuk Kwon
Energy and Bio Realted Material Chemistry- Light and Energy Transfer and Recognition & Ultrasonic Spray Coating Technology

Cheol-Min Park
Synthetic methodology, Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Bioorganic chemistry

Hyun-Woo Rhee
Chemical Biology- Probe Synthesis – Enzyme Engineering – Biomimetic Catalyst )

Ja-Hyoung Ryu
Supramolecular chemistry – Nanomedicine for cancer therapy- Bioactive supramolecular Assembly –  Multifunctional Polymeric Binder for Lithium Ion Batteries.