II-1 – Low-dimensional ionic and mixed ionic/electronic conductor nanostructures


Organizers: Nini Pryds (Technical University of Denmark), Vincenzo Esposito (Technical University of Denmark), Jennifer Rupp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA), William Chueh (Stanford University), Stephen Skinner (Imperial College, London), Matthew Rosseinsky (University of Liverpool).

Sangtae Kim

University of California, Davis, USA

Sangtae Kim is a professor of Materials Science and Engineering at University of California, Davis (UC Davis). He received his Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Houston. With completion of his Ph.D., he joined the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (Max-Planck-Institut für Festköperforschung) in Germany for his postdoctoral research. He was appointed as an assistant professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at UC Davis in March, 2004. His research centers on mass and charge transport mechanisms at interfaces in ionic and mixed conducting oxides that forms the basis of electrochemical applications such as the solid oxide fuel cells, gas separation membranes, and Li-ion batteries.