Expert in Hi T Batteries, H2-Fuel Cell (CHP), Medical Cutting knife, Head loss pressure drop, Metallurgy
Metals/Alloys: Corrosion protection-sulfur, metal dusting, biomass and coal, boiler, liquid metal (Na-K, Li) has been successfully solved for the US-DOE’s Fusion energy under ITER program, and Fossil Energy Programs. Hydrogen separation membranes from WGS coal gas for IGCC-CCS under US-DOE highly successful progress. Cost effective innovative next generation H-Fuel Cell for the most challenging CHP-grid, vehicles, and any H-FC can be global green energy technology.
Water: Thermo-hydraulics, Chemical Effect Head-loss Pressure Drop. Nuclear& ground waters. Nano-emulsion, CaCO3 inhibition problem solving has been conducted for US-NRC, NALCO’s program.
Battery: Thermal-battery for missile 2nd motor ignition. NaS 2ndary battery (BASE).
Process: powder metal generation, ceramic sintering, large size single crystal growing, corrosion protection and electrical insulation/conduction coatings (CVD, PVD, diffusion, ECD, dip), Welding, PWR condition electrochemical investigation high T & P, molten salt, liquid-metals (Li, Na, Na-K) with electromagnetic pump operation for 12 years.
Skill Expert: Most scientific tools are qualified on SIMS, SEM/EDS-BSED, TEM, IPNS, XRD-4 cycled xrd, RBS, Spectroscopy, and DTA/TGA, Electrochemical Tool: EG&G, Gamry. Hardness. Steels and BCC Welds ARC, LASER, RW, Compressed seals. Thermodynamics and kinetics-diffusion &defect chemistry, materials interface phenomena.
Editorial Book author: Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) by ASM-international
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Chicago, Illinois - Rockford, Illinois - Aurora, Illinois - Naperville, Illinois - Joliet, Illinois - Elgin, Illinois - South Bend, Indiana - Gary, Indiana - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Kenosha, Wisconsin
|Year: 1985||Degree: PhD||Subject: Materials Science & Engineering||Institution: Marquette University|
|Year: 1978||Degree: MS||Subject: Solid-State Electrochemistry||Institution: Sogang University|
|Years: 2010 to 2014||Employer: Eltron R&D||Title: Sr. Scientist/Engineer||Department: Hydrogen Technology-Membranes||Responsibilities: HTM-BCC metallurgy, Welding, materials.|
|Years: 2006 to 2010||Employer: Alion Science & Technology||Title: Sr. Science Adviser||Department: Nuclear Energy||Responsibilities: nano emulsion the chemical effect headloss pressure drop for nuclear power plant containment safety|
|Years: 1985 to 2006||Employer: Argonne National Laboratory||Title: Sr. Materials Enc=gineer||Department: Materials Science/Energy Technology||Responsibilities: Basic diffusion, reaction, ceramic, metal, coatings corrosion. MFR (magnetic Fusion reactor) 1st wall blanket electrical insulator coatings for reveres MHD (Magnetohydrodynamic forces from liquid metals, Li, Na, Na-K cooling system), Nuclear materials,|
|Years: 1978 to 1981||Employer: Agency for Defense Develpment (ADD) Republic of Korea, Seoul, Korea||Title: Sr. R&D a=staff||Department: CBR||Responsibilities: Thermal Battery, CBR for cloud model metheology|
|Associations / Societies|
|KSEA member, Electrochemical Society, ASM-international, TMS, American Ceramic Society,|
|KAIST-nuclear department, GSI-191 Nuclear safety-Water emulsion, corrosion, KINS-Boric acid corrosion, KIER-H-AMTEC/Hydrogen membrane, KAERI-Zircalloy cladding Nuclear materials and NPP corrosion materials, KIST-thin film deposit, ADD-Sr. R&D staff, SNU-Invited speaker as international Defect structures workshop & Hydrogen economy Colloquium, Yonsei U-physical thin film. Sogang U-Lecturer (Physical Chemistry), SK-Innovations-SOFC, Technology for Hydrogen Economy, Samsung-SDI-H-Fuel Cell, Dae-Hong Co.-NaS-BASE consulting)
|Awards / Recognition|
|University Fellowship, Marquette University, Enrico Fermi Scholar Fellowship, Argonne National Laboratory/Univ. Chicago, Pacesetter Award, Argonne National Laboratory, First Military Training Award, Su-Seak 31 Corp, Korea
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|Expert has 300 publications and 4 patents.|