Joongoo Kang

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2018 DGIST 
 2001-2007 Physics Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, South Korea 
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K. J. Chang grad student 2001-2007 KAIST
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Kim H, Bang J, Kang J. (2018) Robust ferromagnetism in hydrogenated graphene mediated by spin-polarized pseudospin. Scientific Reports. 8: 13940
Song SY, Jeong YC, Kim Y, et al. (2016) Local modification of intermolecular interactions at a sub-molecule level. Nanotechnology. 27: 415711
Kang J, Zhang L, Wei SH. (2016) A Unified Understanding of the Thickness-Dependent Bandgap Transition in Hexagonal Two-Dimensional Semiconductors. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Park JS, Kang J, Yang JH, et al. (2016) Polymerization of defect states at dislocation cores in InAs Journal of Applied Physics. 119
Yang JH, Park JS, Kang J, et al. (2015) First-principles multiple-barrier diffusion theory: The case study of interstitial diffusion in CdTe Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 91
Park JS, Kang J, Yang JH, et al. (2015) Stability and electronic structure of the low-Σ grain boundaries in CdTe: A density functional study New Journal of Physics. 17
Jeong YC, Song SY, Kim Y, et al. (2015) Tip-Induced Molecule Anchoring in Ni-Phthalocyanine on Au(111) Substrate Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 119: 27721-27726
Kim J, Yin WJ, Kang J, et al. (2014) Creating intermediate bands in ZnTe via co-alloying approach Applied Physics Express. 7: 121201
Yang JH, Park JS, Kang J, et al. (2014) Tuning the Fermi level beyond the equilibrium doping limit through quenching: The case of CdTe Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 90
Kang J, Wei SH. (2013) Tunable Anderson localization in hydrogenated graphene based on the electric field effect. Physical Review Letters. 111: 216801
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