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Donghoon Kim

PhD Student

I am a PhD student working at Multi-Scale Robotics Lab, ETH Zürich. I began working here since April of 2018. During my Master's degree I studied the photovoltaic application of ferroelectric oxide thin films usinf ab-initio Density Functional Theory calculation. During my PhD degree program I will focus on the experimental study of the magnetoelectric coupling at the interface of ferromagnetic/ferroelectric oxide materials, especially in micro-/nano- 3D electrode structures for energy and biomedical applications.

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PhD Student, Multi-Scale Robotics Lab, D-MAVT, ETH Zürich


 

April 2018 - Present

Working on magnetoelectric oxide micro-/nano-electrodes for biomedical applications.

Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering, POSTECH, South Korea

March 2016 – August 2017

Research Assistant, Materials Institute, the University of Texas at Austin

 

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