Byung Yang Lee
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Trapped charge-driven degradation of perovskite solar cells
N Ahn, K Kwak, MS Jang, H Yoon, BY Lee, JK Lee, PV Pikhitsa, J Byun, ...
Nature communications 7, 13422, 2016
Biomimetic self-templating supramolecular structures
WJ Chung, JW Oh, K Kwak, BY Lee, J Meyer, E Wang, A Hexemer, ...
Nature 478 (7369), 364, 2011
Virus-based piezoelectric energy generation
BY Lee, J Zhang, C Zueger, WJ Chung, SY Yoo, E Wang, J Meyer, ...
Nature nanotechnology 7 (6), 351, 2012
Linker-free directed assembly of high-performance integrated devices based on nanotubes and nanowires
M Lee, J Im, BY Lee, S Myung, J Kang, L Huang, YK Kwon, S Hong
Nature nanotechnology 1 (1), 66, 2006
Biomimetic virus-based colourimetric sensors
JW Oh, WJ Chung, K Heo, HE Jin, BY Lee, E Wang, C Zueger, W Wong, ...
Nature communications 5, 3043, 2014
Ultrasensitive carbon nanotube-based biosensors using antibody-binding fragments
JP Kim, BY Lee, S Hong, SJ Sim
Analytical biochemistry 381 (2), 193-198, 2008
Enhancement of sensitivity and specificity by surface modification of carbon nanotubes in diagnosis of prostate cancer based on carbon nanotube field effect transistors
JP Kim, BY Lee, J Lee, S Hong, SJ Sim
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 24 (11), 3372-3378, 2009
Selective and sensitive TNT sensors using biomimetic polydiacetylene-coated CNT-FETs
TH Kim, BY Lee, J Jaworski, K Yokoyama, WJ Chung, E Wang, S Hong, ...
ACS nano 5 (4), 2824-2830, 2011
Large-scale assembly of silicon nanowire network-based devices using conventional microfabrication facilities
K Heo, E Cho, JE Yang, MH Kim, M Lee, BY Lee, SG Kwon, MS Lee, ...
Nano letters 8 (12), 4523-4527, 2008
Synergistically enhanced stability of highly flexible silver nanowire/carbon nanotube hybrid transparent electrodes by plasmonic welding
J Lee, JY Woo, JT Kim, BY Lee, CS Han
ACS applied materials & interfaces 6 (14), 10974-10980, 2014
Cellulose Nanocrystal-Based Colored Thin Films for Colorimetric Detection of Aldehyde Gases
W Song, JK Lee, MS Gong, K Heo, WJ Chung, BY Lee
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (12), 10353-10361, 2018
Universal parameters for carbon nanotube network-based sensors: can nanotube sensors be reproducible?
BY Lee, MG Sung, J Lee, KY Baik, YK Kwon, MS Lee, S Hong
ACS nano 5 (6), 4373-4379, 2011
H2 sensing characteristics of SnO2 coated single wall carbon nanotube network sensors
M Yang, DH Kim, WS Kim, TJ Kang, BY Lee, S Hong, YH Kim, SH Hong
Nanotechnology 21 (21), 215501, 2010
High-frequency micromechanical resonators from aluminium–carbon nanotube nanolaminates
JH Bak, YD Kim, SS Hong, BY Lee, SR Lee, JH Jang, M Kim, K Char, ...
Nature materials 7 (6), 459, 2008
Metallic nanowire–graphene hybrid nanostructures for highly flexible field emission devices
M Arif, K Heo, BY Lee, J Lee, DH Seo, S Seo, J Jian, S Hong
Nanotechnology 22 (35), 355709, 2011
Highly flexible and transparent dielectric elastomer actuators using silver nanowire and carbon nanotube hybrid electrodes
YR Lee, H Kwon, DH Lee, BY Lee
Soft Matter 13 (37), 6390-6395, 2017
Highly selective and sensitive detection of neurotransmitters using receptor-modified single-walled carbon nanotube sensors
B Kim, HS Song, HJ Jin, EJ Park, SH Lee, BY Lee, TH Park, S Hong
Nanotechnology 24 (28), 285501, 2013
Biosensor system-on-a-chip including CMOS-based signal processing circuits and 64 carbon nanotube-based sensors for the detection of a neurotransmitter
BY Lee, SM Seo, DJ Lee, M Lee, J Lee, JH Cheon, E Cho, H Lee, ...
Lab on a Chip 10 (7), 894-898, 2010
100 nm scale low-noise sensors based on aligned carbon nanotube networks: overcoming the fundamental limitation of network-based sensors
M Lee, J Lee, TH Kim, H Lee, BY Lee, J Park, YM Jhon, MJ Seong, ...
Nanotechnology 21 (5), 055504, 2009
Scalable assembly method of vertically-suspended and stretched carbon nanotube network devices for nanoscale electro-mechanical sensing components
BY Lee, K Heo, JH Bak, SU Cho, S Moon, YD Park, S Hong
Nano letters 8 (12), 4483-4487, 2008
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