|Prof.||Do Young Noh Ph.D.|
|Intro.||The principal aim of our laboratory is to make use of the latest developments in synchrotron generated X-rays to study Nanoscale phenomena of nanomaterials, which is essential for developments in Nano Science and Technology. We have demonstrated the coherent x-ray diffraction imaging first in Korea, which can show the interior of materials with a few nanometer spatial resolution.
Currently, several coherent x-ray sources such as synchrotron undulator beamlines (APS 8-ID, PAL 11A) and X-ray laser beamline in APRI (Korea) are utilized in developing and making applications of 'Nanoscale Diffraction-Imaging Technique'. In addition, nanopatterning technique using hard and bright x-rays from synchrotron is under research. And the formation mechanism and dynamics of nanostructures made by evaporating or sputtering have been studied for years. Nitride semiconductor nanostructures is another topic in our laboratory, as well.