Joo-Hyun Kim received her master’s degree from Korea University and phD from Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea. During her phD studies, she worked on organic solar devices, morphology analysis, and device physics in professor Kilwon Cho’s research group. After her phD since 2015, she has worked as a postdoctoral researcher in professor Harald Ade’s research group, focusing on the soft and hard X-ray scattering in synchrotron and organic solar device work.
Enhanced charge carrier transport and reduced bimolecular recombination of organic solar cells by using size-selected graphene oxide
Joo−Hyun Kim, Jung In Chang , Haena Kim, Sae Byeok Jo, Dong Hun Sin, Joong Tark Han and Kilwon Cho. (under review).
Influence of fluorination on the properties and performance of isoindigo–quaterthiophene-based Polymers
Huawei Hu, Kui Jiang, Joo-Hyun Kim, Guofang Yang, Zhengke Li, Tingxuan Ma, Guanghao Lu, Yongquan Qu, Harald Ade and He Yan. Journal of Materials Chemistry, DOI: 10.1039/c6ta00006a, (2016).
Two-Dimensionally Extended π‑Conjugation of Donor−Acceptor Copolymers via Oligothienyl Side Chains for Efficient Polymer Solar Cells
Jaewon Lee, Joo-Hyun Kim, Byungho Moon, Heung Gyu Kim, Min Kim, Jisoo Shin, Hyeongjin Hwang, and Kilwon Cho. Journal of Macromolecules, 48, 1723 (2015).
Organic solar cells based on three-dimensionally percolated polythiophene nanowires with enhanced charge transport
Joo-Hyun Kim, Min Kim, Hiroshi Jinnai, Tae Joo Shin, Haena Kim, Jong Hwan Park, Sae Byeok Jo, and Kilwon Cho. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6, 5640 (2014).
Bulk heterojunction solar cells based on preformed polythiophene nanowires via solubility-induced crystallization
Joo-Hyun Kim, Jong Hwan Park, Ji Hwang Lee, Jong Soo Kim, Myungsun Sim, Chiyeoung Shim and Kilwon Cho. J. Mater. Chem, 20, 7398 (2010).