Advances in High Power and Energy Density Supercapacitors Utilizing Metal-Like Conductive Polymer Electrodes

Young-Gi  Kim

Young-Gi Kim

Senior Research Chemist

Crosslink

Dr. Young-Gi Kim is currently a Senior Research Chemist at Crosslink where Dr. Kim is focusing on the development of advanced supercapacitor devices and inherently electrical conductive polymer systems. Metal-like electrical conductive polymer has been invented, for which the world best electrical conductivity in the polymer systems were reported to be >1000 S/cm.

Dr. Young-Gi Kim joined Crosslink in 2007 after working over four years as a postdoctoral fellow at the Professor John R. Reynolds Group at the University of Florida where Young-Gi devoted his life on the advances in solid state polymer solar cells utilizing variable band gap conjugated polymers and CNT.

Dr. Kim earned Ph.D. at the Polymer Science and Plastic Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2003, where the research performed during this period provided high impact on relevant society with the discovery of pioneering polymer sensitized solar cells and polymer bio sensor protocols, working at the Center for Advanced Materials. Prior to joining CAM, Dr. Kim studied Ph.D. core course at the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Kim earned MS and BS at Han Yang University, where studied polymer subjects.

Dr. Young-Gi Kim has impressive experience over more than 22 years in the area of polymer, nanotechnology, energy storage, energy conversion, and bio science. Dr. Kim coauthored top-tier articles including 16 SCI journal articles, multiple international and US patent applications, large volume of high level technical articles in the areas of polymer and nano-initiative energy storage and conversion along with more than 60 times of presentations including invited presentations and tutorial lecture.

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