Jun Hee Choi
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, South Korea
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Laser Opt Photonics
There have been significant recent developments in the growth of single crystal gallium nitride (GaN) on unconventional templates for large-area blue or green light-emitting diodes (LEDs) which, together with layer transfer onto foreign substrates, can enable flexible and stretchable lighting applications. Here, the heteroepitaxial growth of GaN on amorphous and single-crystal substrates employing various interlayers and nucleation layers is discussed, as well as the use of weak interfaces for layer-transfer onto foreign substrates. Recent progress in low-temperature GaN-based red├ó┬?┬?green├ó┬?┬?blue (RGB) LEDs on glass substrates is discussed. Layertransfer techniques with various interlayers are also discussed. These heteroepitaxial GaN growth and layer-transfer technologies are expected to lead to new lighting and display devices with high efficiency and full-color tunability, which are suitable for large-area, stretchable display and lighting applications. We shall also discuss blue light enhancement in CdS/ZnS quantum dots using surface plasmon resonance to achieve near-unity quantum yield.
Jun Hee Choi received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from Seoul National University in 2012. He is currently a Research Master and Research Staff Member of the Device and System Research Center at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics. He has published more than 45 papers in SCI journals, more than 20 conference papers, and more than 50 US patents. His research includes GaN-based optoelectronics on unconventional substrates, and low dimensional electronics based on quantum dots, ZnO nanorods, and graphene.
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