Vectorial holographic color prints (Nature Communications, 2021)
The Nanophotonics and Metamaterials Laboratory at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) lead by Prof. Inki Kim explores theoretical, computational and experimental research focusing on nanophotonic devices, e.g., metaphotonic devices and nanobiosensors. We envision that such an artificial nanophotonic device will serve as a cornerstone for tackling highly visible and challenging problems in the fields of basic science and applied engineering. Particularly, we are interested in plasmonics, optical metamaterials, nanosensors, optoelectronics, nanofabrications, quantum biophysics, and integrated quantum medical devices.
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Prof. Kim joins Department of Biophysics, Institute of Quantum Biophsysics at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)
Dr. Kim's nanophotonic LiDAR work is published in Nature Nanotechnology [Link]
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Dr. Kim receives the prestigious presidential Sejong Science Fellowship (2021-2026) from the Ministry of Science and ICT of the Korean government
Dr. Kim receives the most prestigious Chang Kun Soo Memorial Award from POSTECH and Minister's Commendation for BK21+ Excellence from the Ministry of Education of Korean government
Dr. Kim receives the Best Paper Award (2nd place) in the 2020 Next Generation Lithography Conference
Dr. Kim's LC metahologram work is published in Advanced Materials [Link]