Donghee Son
Donghee Son
Associate Professor, School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University
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Multifunctional wearable devices for diagnosis and therapy of movement disorders
D Son*, J Lee*, S Qiao, R Ghaffari, J Kim, JE Lee, C Song, SJ Kim, DJ Lee, ...
Nature Nanotechnology 9 (5), 397, 2014
Stretchable silicon nanoribbon electronics for skin prosthesis
J Kim, M Lee, HJ Shim, R Ghaffari, HR Cho, D Son, YH Jung, M Soh, ...
Nature Communications 5, 5747, 2014
A bioinspired flexible organic artificial afferent nerve
Y Kim, A Chortos, W Xu, Y Liu, JY Oh, D Son, J Kang, AM Foudeh, C Zhu, ...
Science 360 (6392), 998-1003, 2018
Tough and Water‐Insensitive Self‐Healing Elastomer for Robust Electronic Skin
J Kang*, D Son*, GJN Wang, Y Liu, J Lopez, Y Kim, JY Oh, T Katsumata, ...
Advanced Materials 30 (13), 1706846, 2018
An integrated self-healable electronic skin system fabricated via dynamic reconstruction of a nanostructured conducting network
D Son*, J Kang*, O Vardoulis*, Y Kim, N Matsuhisa, JY Oh, JWF To, J Mun, ...
Nature Nanotechnology 13 (11), 1057, 2018
Transparent and stretchable interactive human machine interface based on patterned graphene heterostructures
S Lim*, D Son*, J Kim*, YB Lee, JK Song, S Choi, DJ Lee, JH Kim, M Lee, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (3), 375-383, 2015
Human eye-inspired soft optoelectronic device using high-density MoS 2-graphene curved image sensor array
C Choi, MK Choi, S Liu, MS Kim, OK Park, C Im, J Kim, X Qin, GJ Lee, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1664, 2017
Bioresorbable electronic stent integrated with therapeutic nanoparticles for endovascular diseases
D Son*, J Lee*, DJ Lee*, R Ghaffari, S Yun, SJ Kim, JE Lee, HR Cho, ...
ACS Nano 9 (6), 5937-5946, 2015
Stretchable organic optoelectronic sensorimotor synapse
Y Lee, JY Oh, W Xu, O Kim, TR Kim, J Kang, Y Kim, D Son, JBH Tok, ...
Science advances 4 (11), eaat7387, 2018
Wearable electrocardiogram monitor using carbon nanotube electronics and color-tunable organic light-emitting diodes
JH Koo, S Jeong, HJ Shim, D Son, J Kim, DC Kim, S Choi, JI Hong, ...
ACS Nano 11 (10), 10032-10041, 2017
Stretchable self-healable semiconducting polymer film for active-matrix strain-sensing array
JY Oh*, D Son*, T Katsumata*, Y Lee, Y Kim, J Lopez, HC Wu, J Kang, ...
Science Advances 5 (11), eaav3097, 2019
Wearable force touch sensor array using a flexible and transparent electrode
JK Song*, D Son*, J Kim*, YJ Yoo, GJ Lee, L Wang, MK Choi, J Yang, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 27 (6), 2017
An artificial neural tactile sensing system
S Chun, JS Kim, Y Yoo, Y Choi, SJ Jung, D Jang, G Lee, KI Song, ...
Nature Electronics 4 (6), 429-438, 2021
Colloidal synthesis of uniform‐sized molybdenum disulfide nanosheets for wafer‐scale flexible nonvolatile memory
D Son*, SI Chae*, M Kim*, MK Choi, J Yang, K Park, VS Kale, JH Koo, ...
Advanced Materials 28 (42), 9326-9332, 2016
Ultra-Wideband Multi-Dye-Sensitized Upconverting Nanoparticles for Information Security Application.
J Lee, B Yoo, H Lee, GD Cha, HS Lee, Y Cho, SY Kim, H Seo, W Lee, ...
Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 29 (1), 2016
Nanomaterials in skin-inspired electronics: Toward soft and robust skin-like electronic nanosystems
D Son, Z Bao
ACS nano 12 (12), 11731-11739, 2018
Stretchable bioelectronics for medical devices and systems
JA Rogers, R Ghaffari, DH Kim
Springer, 2016
A wearable multiplexed silicon nonvolatile memory array using nanocrystal charge confinement
J Kim*, D Son*, M Lee*, C Song, JK Song, JH Koo, DJ Lee, HJ Shim, ...
Science Advances 2 (1), e1501101, 2016
Stretchable carbon nanotube charge-trap floating-gate memory and logic devices for wearable electronics
D Son*, JH Koo*, JK Song*, J Kim, M Lee, HJ Shim, M Park, M Lee, ...
ACS Nano 9 (5), 5585-5593, 2015
An Ultrastretchable and Self-Healable Nanocomposite Conductor Enabled by Autonomously Percolative Electrical Pathways
SH Kim*, H Seo*, J Kang*, J Hong, D Seong, HJ Kim, J Kim, J Mun, I Youn, ...
ACS nano, 2019
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