Prof. Joo

Sang Hoon Joo주상훈 (20161103)_4

Associate Professor

School of Energy & Chemical Engineering
Department of Chemistry
Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology (UNIST)
Ulsan 689-798, Republic of Korea
Tel: 82-52-217-2522
E-mail: shjoo/at/unist.ac.kr; sanghjoo/at/gmail.com

Education

2004                 Ph.D., Materials Chemistry, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
                        Advisor. Prof. Ryong Ryoo
2000                 M.S., Chemistry, KAIST
                        Advisor. Prof. Ryong Ryoo
1998                 B.S., Chemistry, KAIST

Professional Experiences

2014 –              Associate Professor, School of Energy & Chemical Engineering and Department of                         Chemistry, UNIST
2010 – 2014      Assistant Professor, School of Nano-Bioscience & Chemical Engineering, UNIST
2007 – 2009      Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National                         Laboratory (Supervisor. Prof. Gabor A. Somorjai)
2004 – 2007      R&D Staff Member, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology

Awards & Honors

2017                 Young Scientist Award, Division of Catalysis and Reaction Engineering, KIChE
2016                 Excellent Researcher Award, Materials Chemistry Division of KCS
2013                 Excellent Faculty Award, UNIST
2011                 Knowledge Creation Award, MEST and KISTI
2010                 TJ Park Junior Faculty Fellowship, POSCO TJ Park Science Foundation
2005                 BK21 Best Graduate Student Award, MEST
2001                 “Research of Future” Award, “Nanotechnology in Catalysis” Symposium at the 221th                         ACS Meeting
2001                 Best Paper Award, Japanese Society of Electron Microscopy

Representative Publications

Total Citation: 15603; h-index: 44

A General Approach to Preferential Formation of Active Fe-Nx Sites in Fe-N/C Electrocatalysts for Efficient Oxygen Reduction Reaction
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 138, 15046-15056 (2016).

Graphitic Nanoshell/Mesoporous Carbon Nanohybrids as Highly Efficient and Stable Bifunctional Oxygen Electrocatalysts for Rechargeable Aqueous Na-Air Batteries
Adv. Energy Mater. 6, 1501794 (2016).

Coordination Chemistry of [Co(acac)2] with N-Doped Graphene: Implications for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Reactivity of Organometallic Co-O4-N Species
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 54, 12622-12626 (2015).

Monolayer-Precision Synthesis of Molybdenum Sulfide Nanoparticles and Their Nanoscale Size Effects in the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
ACS Nano 9, 3728-3739 (2015). [Times Cited:60]

Intrinsic Relationship between Enhanced Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity and Nanoscale Work Function of Doped Carbons
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 136, 8875-8858 (2014). [Times Cited:85]

Carbon Nanotubes/Heteroatom-Doped Carbon Core-Sheath Nanostructures as Highly Active, Metal-Free Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts for Alkaline Fuel Cells
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53, 4102-4106 (2014). [Times Cited:96]

Ordered Mesoporous Porphyrinic Carbons with Very High Electrocatalytic Activity for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Scientific Reports 3, 2715 (2013). [Times Cited:171]

Nanoporous Metal Oxides with Tunable and Nanocrystalline Frameworks via Conversion of Metal-Organic Frameworks
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135, 8940-8946 (2013). [Times Cited:144]

Thermally Stable Pt/Mesoporous Silica Core–Shell Nanocatalysts for High-Temperature Reactions
Nature Mater. 8, 126-131 (2009). [Times Cited:887]

Ordered Nanoporous Arrays of Carbon Supporting High Dispersions of Platinum Nanoparticles
Nature 412, 169-172 (2001). [Times Cited:2408]