Position title: Graduate Student
8331, Department of Chemistry
1101 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53706
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D. candidate in chemistry, 2019 – current
Sogang University, South Korea, M.S. in chemistry, 2018
Sogang University, South Korea, B.S. in chemistry, 2016
My research topic is about the deposition behavior of Li ions in Lithium metal batteries, by performing Monte-Carlo simulation with simple model. It has been a long time that many researchers have studied about a Li dendrite problem in batteries, but still this is very challengeable. By performing simulations, I try to find the reason why dendrties are growing in batteries and find how to reduce or suppress the wild growth of dendrites in physical way.
I myself am a very ironic human; I love to travel around the world if there exist any places to walk, but I hate driving and outdoor activities(except snowboarding). I don’t like reading something(includes textbook…), but I’m in a theoretical department. I love to experience something directly rather than watching Youtube, but I’m not good at experiment. But I’m definitely a graduate student in Chemistry Department!