■ 학 력
2002 ~ 2005 Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry / Seoul National University
Thesis Title : "ORGANOREACTIONS CATALYZED BY TRANSITION METAL NANOPARTICLES
AND ORGANOMETALLIC COMPLEXES" (Advisor: Prof. Young Keun Chung)
2000 ~ 2002 M.S. in Inorganic Chemistry / Seoul National University
1996 ~ 2000 B.S. in Chemistry / Kyungpook National University
■ 경 력
- Research Experience
2017 ~ Professor / Dept. of Chemistry, Pusan National University
2012 ~ 2017 Associate professor / Dept. of Chemistry, Pusan National University
2015 ~ 2016 Adjunct professor / Biomedical Research Institute, Pusan National University Hospital
2014 ~ 2015 Visiting Professor / Dept. of Bioengineering, Temple University, PA, USA
2008 ~ 2011 Assistant professor / Dept. of Chemistry, Pusan National University
2007 ~ 2007 Research professor / Dept. of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University
2006 ~ 2007 Senior Research Scientist / Dept. of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University
2005 ~ 2006 Post-doctoral fellow / Dept. of Chemistry, Seoul National University
- Lecture Experience
2006 ~ 2007 / Dept. of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University
2006 / Dept. of Chemistry, The Catholic University of Korea
2005 / Dept. of Chemistry, Hanyang University
■ Research Interests
Synthesis of new nanocatalyst s & applications for organic reactions
Fabrications & applications of Nanomaterials
Organometallic chemistry of f-and d-block transition metal complexes
New organometallic catalysts for efficient organic synthesis
Transition-metal promoted organic synthesis and homogeneous catalysis
■ Selected Publications
1. Kang Hyun Park, Kwonho Jang, and Seung Uk Son ,
"Synthesis, Optical Properties and Self-Assembly of Ultrathin Hexagonal In2S3 Nanoplates" Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2006, 45, 4608 -4612.
2. Kang Hyun Park, Kwonho Jang, Soyoung Kim, Hae Jin Kim, and Seung Uk Son
"Phase-Controlled One-Dimensional Shape Evolution of InSe Nanocrystals" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006, 128, 14780-14781.
3. Kang Hyun Park, Kwonho Jang, Hae Jin Kim and Seung Uk Son
"Near-monodisperse Tetrahedral Rh Nanoparticles on Charcoal: Shape Dependent Catalytic Activities in Hydrogenation of Arenes" Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2007, 46, 1152-1155.
4. Kang Hyun Park, Kwonho Jang, Yoonhee Cho, Jiseul Chun, Hae Jin Kim, Dwight A. Sweigart, and Seung Uk Son
"Mn Quinonoid Core-Rh Quinonoid Shell Organometallic Nanospheres as Atom Economical Semi-heterogeneous Catalysts in Carbene Transfer Reactions" Adv. Mater. 2007, 19(19), 2547-2551
5. Kang Hyun Park, Jaewon Choi, Hae Jin Kim, Dong-Hwa Oh, Joung Real Ahn, and Seung Uk Son
"Unstable Single-Layered Colloidal TiS2 Nanodisks" Small. 2008
6. Ji Chan Park, Hyun Ju Lee, Jung Up Bang, Kang Hyun Park,* and Hyunjoon Song*
"Chemical transformation and morphology change of nickel-silica hybrid nanostructures via nickel phyllosilicates" Chem. Commun., 2009, (47), 7345-7347
7. Jee Young Kim, Ji Chan Park, Hyuntae Kang, Hyunjoon Song* and Kang Hyun Park*
"CuO Hollow Nanostructures Catalyzed [3+2] Cycloaddition of Azides with Terminal Alkynes" Chem. Commun., 2010, (46), 439 - 441
8. Yuri Choi, Hee Son Bae, Eunyong Seo, Seonwan Jang, Kang Hyun Park,* and Byeong-Su Kim*
“Hybrid gold nanoparticle-reduced graphene oxide nanosheets as active catalysts for highly efficient reduction of nitroarenes” J. Mater. Chem., 2011, 21, 15431-15436
9. Yan Li, Yun Jin Kim, A. Young Kim, Kyujoon Lee, Myung Hwa Jung, Nam Hwi Hur, Kang Hyun Park*, and Won Seok Seo*
“Highly Stable and Magnetically Recyclable Mesoporous Silica Spheres Embedded with FeCo/Graphitic Shell Nanocrystals for Supported Catalysts” Chem. Mater., 2011, 23(24), 5398-5403
10. Ji Chan Park, A Young Kim, Jae Young Kim, Sungkyun Park, Kang Hyun Park* and Hyunjoon Song*
"ZnO. CuO core branch nanocatalysts for ultrasound-assisted azide alkyne cycloaddition reactions" Chem. Commun., 2012, (48), 8484-8486 (Back Cover)
11. Ha Rim Choi, Hyunje Woo, Seongwan Jang, Jae Young Cheon, Chungho Kim, Jongnam Park, Kang Hyun Park, and Sang Hoon Joo, "Ordered mesoporous carbon supported colloidal Pd nanoparticle model catalysts for Suzuki coupling reactions: Impact of organic capping agents" ChemCatChem, 2012, 4(10), 1587-1594.
12. Hyunje Woo, Kyoungho Lee and Kang Hyun Park
"Optimized dispersion and stability of hybrid Fe3O4/Pd catalysts in water for Suzuki coupling reactions: Impact of organic capping agents" ChemCatChem, 2014, 6, 1635-1640.
13. Hyunje Woo, Ji Chan Park, Sungkyun Park and Kang Hyun Park
"Rose-like Pd-Fe3O4 hybrid nanocomposite-supported Au nanocatalysts for tandem synthesis of 2-phenylindoles" Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 8356-8360.
14. Hyunje Woo, Daeho Kim, Ji Chan Park, Jiwoong Kim, Sungkyun Park, Jae Myung Leed and Kang Hyun Park
"A new hybrid nanocatalyst based on Cu-doped Pd-Fe3O4 for tandem synthesis of 2-phenylbenzofurans" Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2015, 3, 20992-20998.
15. Balaji Mohan and Kang Hyun Park
"Superparamagnetic copper ferrite nanoparticles catalyzed aerobic, ligand-free, regioselective hydroboration of alkynes: influence of synergistic effect" Applied Catalysis A, General, 2016, 519, 78-84.
16. Hyunje Woo, Junha Park, Su-Won Yun, Ji Chan Park, Sungkyun Park, Yong-Tae Kim and Kang Hyun Park
"Shape-controlled synthesis of dumbbell-like Pt-Fe3O4-MnOx nanoparticles by governing the reaction kinetics" ACS Omega, 2017, 2 (11), 8483-8489.
17. Hyunje Woo, Junha Park, Jiwoong Kim, Sungkyun Park and Kang Hyun Park
"Hierarchical hybrid MnO/Pd-Fe3O4 and CoO/Pd-Fe3O4 nanocomposites as efficient catalysts for hydroboration of styrene" Catalysis Communications 2017, 100, 52-56.
18. Hyunje Woo, Eunji Kim, Jun-Hyuk Kim, Ji Chan Park, Yong-Tae Kim and Kang Hyun Park
"Shape and Composition Control of Monodisperse Hybrid Pt-CoO Nanocrystals by Controlling the Reaction Kinetics with Additives" Scientific Reports, 2017, 7, 3851.
19. Hyunje Woo and Kang Hyun Park
"Recent developments in hybrid iron oxide-noble metal nanocatalysts for organic reactions", Catalysis Today,2016, 278-2, 209-226
20. Daeho Kim, Hyuntae, Kang, Hyesu Park, Sungkyun Park, Ji Chan Park and Kang Hyun Park
"Nickel nanoparticles supported on CMK-3 with enhanced catalytic performance for hydrogenation of carbonyl compounds." Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2016, 3469-3473.