The research in our lab includes:

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Nanoengineered Superhydrophilic Metal Surface

Nanoengineered Superhydrophobic Metal Surface

Research Interests:

 • Surface Engineering: Anodizing, Adhesion, Coating, Corrosion, Wetting

 • Superhydrophobic, Superhydrophilic and Superoleophobic Surfaces

 • Aluminum, Titanium, Magnesium, Stainless Steel and its Alloys

 • Materials Characterization and Surface Analysis

 • Optimized Advanced Manufacturing Process

 • Novel Alloys for Additive Manufacturing 

 • Nanofabrication and Nanotechnology

 • CMF (Color/Materials/Finishing)

 • Metallurgical Engineering

 • Machine Learning

 • Electrochemistry

 • Biomaterials

Professional Activities & Affiliations

 • Member of the Electrochemical Society (ECS)

 • Member of Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA)

 • Executive Director of Corrosion Science Society of Korea (CSSK)

 • Editing Executive Director at the Korea Institute of Surface Engineering

 • Peer Reviewer at Applied Surface Science (Elsevier)

 • Peer Reviewer at Applied Materials and Interfaces (ACS)

 • Peer Reviewer at Materials Performance and Characterization (ASTM International)

 • Editor at Coatings (Recent Advances in Functional Surfaces & Interfaces)

I. Design and fabrication of multi-scale structures on metal surfaces (Nano-/Micro-scale manufacturing) and improvements in surface finishing quality with metals and its alloys  

References:

C. Jeong et al., “A Study on Functional Hydrophobic Stainless Steel 316L using Single-Step Anodization and a Self-Assembled Monolayer Coating to Improve Corrosion Resistance”, Coatings, 12 (3), 395 (2022).  

C. Jeong et al, “Systematic Control of Anodic Aluminum Oxide Nanostructures for Enhancing the Superhydrophobicity of 5052 Aluminum Alloy”, Materials 12 (19), 3231 (2019). 

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II. Characterization of multi-functional metal surfaces  (Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic/Lubricant/Metal oxide)

References:

 - C. Jeong et al, “Systematic Control of Anodic Aluminum Oxide Nanostructures for Enhancing the Superhydrophobicity of 5052 Aluminum Alloy”, Materials 12 (19), 3231 (2019).

 - C. Jeong et al., “Single-Step Direct Fabrication of Pillar-on-pore Hybrid Nanostructures in Anodizing Aluminum for Superior Superhydrophobic Efficiency”, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 4 (2), 842-848 (2012). 

III. The control of surface corrosion for energy saving

References:

C. Jeong et al., “A Study on Functional Hydrophobic Stainless Steel 316L using Single-Step Anodization and a Self-Assembled Monolayer Coating to Improve Corrosion Resistance”, Coatings, 12 (3), 395 (2022).

- H. Ji and C. Jeong*, “Fabrication of Superhydrophobic Aluminum Alloy Surface with Hierarchical Pore Nanostructure for Anti-corrosion, Corrosion Science and Technology 18 (6), 228-231 (2019).

- C. Jeong  et al., “Air-Impregnated Nanoporous Anodic Aluminum Oxide Layers for Enhancing Corrosion Resistance of Aluminum”, Langmuir 31 (40), 11040-11050 (2015).

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IV. Prediction of Oxide Creation Condition using Machine Learning Techniques

References:

S.-H. Kim and C. Jeong*, “Feasibility of Machine Learning Algorithms for Predicting the Deformation of Anodic Titanium Films by Modulating Anodization Processes”, Materials 14 (5), 1089 (2021).

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