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[IT기술세미나수업] 성균관대 물리학과 박성하 교수님 강연
정보통신대학의 “IT기술세미나” 수업에서는 다양한
분야의 전문가를 모시고,
대하여 학생들에게 영어로 강연을 진행합니다. 오는 9월 5일(화)에 아래와 같이 박성하 교수님의 강연이 있으니 관심있는 교수, 학생분들의 많은 참여 부탁드립니다.
of Physics and Sungkyunkwan Advanced Institute of Nanotechnology(SAINT),
5:00pm ~ 5:50pm (정보통신대학
3. 장 소 : 제1공학관 23219호
4. Title : DNA in IT
has evolved into a unique interdisciplinary field involving physics,
materials science, chemistry, biology, computer science, and multiple engineering fields. Likewise,
DNA nanotechnology is a quickly developing field with essentially no overwhelming technical
difficulties inhibiting progress toward designing and fabricating new shapes of DNA nanostructures
in all dimensions. In this field, researchers create artificial DNA sequences to self-assemble into
target molecular nanostructures. The well understood Watson–Crick base-pairing rules are used to
encode assembly instructions directly into the DNA molecules which provide basic building blocks
for constructing functionalized nanostructures with two major features: self-assembly and
self-alignment. In this talk, we present on self-assembled various DNA nanostructures with specific
patterns generated by implementation of certain logics. In addition, we address DNA applications in IT
(such as DNA algorithm, DNA computing, and data storage in DNA), which will show feasibility to construct various physical devices with DNA nanostructures.
- Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon 16419, Korea (2008.3~Present)
Associate Prof. Dept. of Physics & SKKU Advanced Institute of NanoTechnology
- California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, USA (2005 ~ 2007)
Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center for the Physics of Information
- Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA (2005)
Ph. D. in Physics, 2005
- California State University at Northridge (CSUN), Northridge, California, USA (1996)
BS in Physics
RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
- M. R. Kesama, S. R. Dugasani, S. Yoo, P. Chopade, B. Gnapareddy & S. H. Park,
“Morphological and Optoelectronic Characteristics of Double and Triple Lanthanide Ion-
Doped DNA Thin Films” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 8, 14109−14117, 2016.
- J. Kim, J. Lee, S. Hamada, S. Murata & S. H. Park, “Self-replication of DNA rings” Nature
Nanotechnology 10, 528-533, 2015.
- H.-Y. Park, S. R. Dugasani, D.-H. Kang, J. Jeon, S. K. Jang, S. Lee, Y. Roh, S. H. Park & J.
H. Park, “n- and p-Type Doping Phenomenon by Artificial DNA and M-DNA on Two-
Dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenides” ACS Nano 8 (11), 11603–11613 (2014).
- J. Lee, S. Hamada, S. U. Hwang, R. Amin, J. Son, S. R. Dugasani, S. Murata & S. H. Park,
“Quantitative analysis of molecular-level DNA crystal growth” Scientific Reports 3 (2115), 1
– 5 (2013).
- J. Lee, S. Hamada, R. Amin, S. Kim, A. Kulkarni, T. Kim, Y. Roh, S. Murata & S. H. Park,
“Size-Controllable DNA Rings with Copper-Ion Modification” Small 8 (3), 374-377 (2012).
- J. Lee, S. Kim, J. Kim, C.-W. Lee, Y. Roh & S. H. Park, “Coverage Control of DNA Crystals
Grown by Silica Assistance” Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed. 50, 9145-9149 (2011).
- J. Shin, J.
Kim, R. Amin, S. Kim, Y. H. Kwon & S. H. Park, “Artificial DNA Lattice
by Noncomplementarity and Geometrical Incompatibility” ACS Nano 5 (6), 5175-5179(2011).
Sung Ha Park is an associate professor of physics & Sungkyunkwan Advanced Institute of
NanoTechnology (SAINT), Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea. He got his Ph.D. in
physics at Duke University, USA (2005). From 2005-2007, he worked at Caltech, USA as a
postdoctoral researcher studying the subject of DNA Nanotechnology and DNA computing. Until
now, he have published about 100 research articles in scholarly journals, such as Science,
Nature Nanotechnology, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, JACS and Angewandte Chemie. Currently he
is a member of the Korean Physical Society and the Korean Biophysical Society and serves as
an associate editor for a journal of NANO, World Scientific.