Smart Devices Team
Smart Devices Team’s research focuses on developing core technologies for future smart industries. Ongoing research topics include developing an energy conversion efficiency measurement procedure for thermoelectric materials and devices, establishing capacity evaluation protocols for rechargeable batteries, and discovering materials for next-generation solid-state batteries. Furthermore, the team is aiming to expand its capability to devise reliable metrology guidelines and certified reference materials.
Current R&D Projects
- 1 Thermoelectric-based low-power generation and storage technology
- 2 Multi-functional smart materials and devices
- 3 Evaluation techniques for energy storage materials and systems (Li-ion and all-solid batteries)
Recent R&D Highlights
- Development of a measurement system for cross-plane thermoelectric power factor (S2σ) of sub-μm thin films
- Development of a MEMS-based in-plane thermal conductivity measurement platform for free-standing thin films
- Development of a capacity evaluation protocol for electrode materials of rechargeable batteries
Introducing Teams in a Group
About Other Groups
- Atomic Quantum Sensing Group
- Quantum Mass Metrology Group
- Thermometry and Fluid Flow Metrology Group
- Quantum Electricity and Magnetism Metrology Group
- Electromagnetic Wave Metrology Group
- Division of Chemical and Material Metrology
- Gas Metrology Group
- Division of Biomedical Metrology
- Biometrology Group
- KRISS Academy
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