|Title||Professor Park Jung-yeol develops technology to control ion flow from the fluid environment such as cells|
Professor Park Jung-yeol develops technology to control
ion flow from the fluid environment such as cells
Sogang University Department of Mechanical Engineering professor Park Jung-yeol team developed ion diode that can control direction of ion flow by using asymmetry 3 dimensional nanochannel network which is funnel shaped with the standard of cross-section area as micrometer (㎛=micrometer). The research result was published in international journal called ‘Nano Letters’ on March 18. This research was carried out through fundamental research supporting project from National Research Foundation of Korea.
Professor Park Jung-yeol said this research result is expected to be applied towards ‘development of products related to nano-bio research that can detect amount of ion flow from high-capacity microwave energy generator or cell signal transmission such as high efficient biosensor, ion transistor and etc.
Photograph materials : Conceptual diagram of high capacity ion diode based on funnel shaped asymmetry 3 dimensional nanochannel network as the standard of micrometer