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Hyun Suk “Albert” Kang joined NREL in 2017. He is currently investigating exciton and charge-carrier dynamics of excitonic semiconducting systems, mainly based on single-walled carbon nanotubes. His doctorate research focused on understanding the connection between chemical/electronic structure and photophysical properties/dynamics of strongly coupled tetrapyrrole-based molecular arrays for light harvesting and solar energy conversion. This research was performed by various static and time-resolved absorption/emission spectroscopies and complex data analysis.

Research Interests

Exciton and charge-carrier dynamics in excitonic semiconducting materials

Static and time-resolved spectroscopy of excitonic semiconducting materials

Photophysical characterization of single-walled carbon nanotubes

Intra- and intermolecular couplings in meso- and nanoscale systems

Solar energy conversion

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Chemistry, Northwestern University

Bachelor, Integrated Science Program, Chemistry, Mathematics, Northwestern University

PhD, Chemistry, Washington University St. Louis


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