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  • Byeonggeol Lee
  • Stretchable Electronics, Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting        

  • lbg0918@snu.ac.kr


Research Field                                                                            

Self-powered stretchable thermoelectric generators (s-TEGs)

  Improving thermoelectric performance of TEG for realizing self-powered wearable electronics
 ∙ Stretchable hydrogel heatsink as a cooling part of s-TEG

  • Education

    Education

    Seoul National University                                                                                                                                   2017.03. – 2023.02.

    B.S in Physics and Education Dept.

    ∙ Major Grade: 92.2%
    ∙ Relevant Courses: Classical dynamics, Electromagnetic dynamics, Quantum physics,
    Statistical thermal physics, Modern physics, Wave and optics, Mathematical physics,
    Computational physics, Physics experiment Ⅰ, Ⅱ, Ⅲ, Ⅳ.

  • Research

    Publications

    Ⅰ. Milliwatt-scale body-heat harvesting using stretchable thermoelectric generators for fully untethered, self-sustainable
    wearables

    H. Cho†, D. Jang†, J. Yoon, Y. -S. Ryu, B. Lee, B. Lee*, S. Chung, and Y. Hong*
    ACS Energy Letters, 8, 6, 2585-2594 (2023) (Front Cover Image Paper)

     

    Presentations

    Ⅰ. The 23rd International Meeting on Information Display (IMID)                                                                          2023.08./ Busan, Korea
    Title: Selective Adhesion-Based Facile Liquid Metal Patterning for Stretchable Devices
    D. Jang, B. Lee [presenter], and Y. Hong*
    (Poster) (Best Poster Paper Award)

     

    Ⅱ. The 9th International Conference on Microelectronics and Plasma Technology (ICMAP)                        2024.01./ Jeju, Korea
    Title: Stretchable Boron Nitride/Poly(vinyl alcohol) Hydrogel Heatsink for Long-Term Body Heat Harvesting in Wearable Thermoelectric Generators

    B. Lee, D. Jang, and Y. Hong*
    (Poster) (Best Poster Award)

     

    Ⅲ. The 24th International Meeting on Information Display (IMID)                                                                           2024.08./ Jeju, Korea
    Title: Hydrogel-Elastomer Hybrid Platform for Effective Heat Dissipation Based on Evaporative and Radiative Cooling in Wearable Devices

    B. Lee, D. Jang, and Y. Hong*
    (TBA)

     

    Work Experience

    SDC Project Junior Researcher                                                                                                                             2022.09. - Present

    ∙ Wearable temperature sensor using a thermoelectric generator
    ∙ Bonding technique between wearable modules
    ∙ Strain relief technique for stretchable substrates
    ∙ Calibration skill to measure stress on 3D stretching surface

     

    Scholarship and Medal

    ∙ Seoul National University ECE Scholarship                                                                                                  2023.02. – 2024.08.

    The Order of Merit for a Multiple Blood-Donor  Granted by Korean Red Cross                                                                            2023.05.

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