Computational Nano Physics Laboratory


Our group is dedicated at computational and theoretical understanding of various physical properties, especially electronic and transport ones, of materials used for many technological applications. Our final goal would be to design a new type of functional materials suitable for targeted usages purely out of theoretical ground. We employ various computational methods such as first-principles, tight-binding, and classical potential approaches.



Contact Information

Science Building 203
Sookmyung Women's University
52 Hyochangwon-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul 140-742, Korea
(우)140-742 서울특별시 용산구 효창원길 52
숙명여자대학교 과학관 203호
TEL 02)2077-7374


▲ 2009 진공학회

▲ The atomic structure (top panels) and simulated STM images (bottom panels) of dissociatively adsorbed H2O molecules: (a) a H2O in OD, (b) a H2O in ID, and (c) two H2O molecules in OD configurations.