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Won Hui DOH

  • Ph.D
  • Research Fellow
  • IBS (KAIST)
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Research interests

LEED and etc. 2. The study of the interaction and reaction of gas molecules on surface and interface. 3. The study of the reaction mechaniTPDUPSAESsuch as XPS1. Investigation of surface chemistry by using Uultra High Vacuum (UHV)based techniques

About

Won Hui DOH was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1977. After studying Chemical Engineering at the Kyung-il University in 2002, he has moved to the Kyungpook National University (KNU) to study the Chemistry Education (M.S.; Mar.2002~Aug.2004) and the Physical Chemistry (Ph.D.; Mar.2006~Aug.2010). He was studied Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (for master degree) and Surface Science (for Ph.D. degree). After his Ph.D. thesis work, he worked as a post-doc at Surface Chemistry Lab., KNU for 1.5 years. And he worked at CNRS, ICPEES (Institut de Chimie et Procédés pour l’Energie, l’Environnement et la Santé ) in Strasbourg, France from Mar. 2012 to Dec.2014 as a post-doc. Since Jan. 2015, he is working as a research fellow at IBS (Institute for Basic Science) in Deajeon, South Korea. His research interests are in an ultra-high vacuum based surface characterizations and in-situ analysis under ambient pressure for surface reactions on heterogeneous catalysts and gas sensors. 1. Investigation of surface chemistry by using Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) based techniques, such as XPS, AES, UPS, TPD, LEED and etc. 2. In-situ analysis techniques for surface chemical reaction under ambient pressure. 3. The study of the interaction and reaction of gas molecules on surface and interface. 4. The study of the reaction mechanism.

Groups

Co-authors (91)

  • Joachim Bansmann

Publications (5)

  • In Situ Observation of Competitive CO and O 2 Adsorption on the Pt(111) Surface Using Near-Ambient Pressure Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

    • Kim J
    • Noh M
    • Doh W
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  • Reversible Oxygen-Driven Nickel Oxide Structural Transition on the Nickel(1 1 1) Surface at Near-Ambient Pressure

    • Noh M
    • Kim J
    • Doh W
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  • Probing surface oxide formations on SiO2 - supported platinum nanocatalysts under CO oxidation

    • Oh S
    • Back S
    • Doh W
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  • Charge transport-driven selective oxidation of graphene

    • Lee Y
    • Choi H
    • Lee C
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  • Migrate Mendeley library and keep the file references

    • Browser S
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Professional experience

Research Fellow

IBS (KAIST)

January 2015 - Present

Postdoctoral fellow

ICPEES, UMR7515 of CNRS

March 2012 - December 2014(3 years)

BK21 Postdoctoral fellow

Kyungpook National University

September 2010 - March 2012(2 years)

Lecturer, “Physical Chemistry Lab.”

Department of Chemistry, Kyungpook National University

March 2010 - July 2010(4 months)

Lecturer, “Physical Chemistry Lab.”

Department of Chemistry, Kyungpook National University

September 2008 - December 2008(3 months)

Part time operator, X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer

Kyungpook National University

March 2006 - August 2008(2 years)

Part time operator, Raman Spectrometer

Kyungpook National University

September 2002 - August 2004(2 years)

Education

Ph.D. in Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Surface Chemistry

Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea

March 2006 - August 2010(4 years)

M.S. in Chemistry Education

Kyungpook National University

March 2002 - August 2004(2 years)

B.E. in Chemical Engineering

Kyungil University

March 1996 - February 2002(6 years)