Prof Sang-Young Lee, CTO
The upcoming smart electronics/the Internet of Things (IoT) era spurs the relentless pursuit of high-performance power sources with various form factors. Printed power sources have recently garnered considerable attention due to their exceptional shape diversity and process simplicity. This presentation will describe a new class of form factor-free, printed built-in power sources which can be monolithically integrated devices.
Speaker Biography (Sang-Young Lee)
Sang-Young Lee is a professor and a head of School of Energy and Chemical Engineering at UNIST, Korea. He received BA in Chemical Engineering from Seoul National University in 1991, MS, and PhD in Chemical Engineering from KAIST in 1993 and 1997. He served as a postdoctoral fellow at Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research from 2001 to 2002. Before joining UNIST, he worked at Batteries R&D, LG Chem as a principal research scientist. His research interests include printed power sources, flexible/wearable batteries, cellulose-based paper batteries, advanced separator membranes and polymer electrolytes.
Company Profile (ubatt)
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ubatt is a new class of solid-state thin-film battery producer that brings unprecedented benefits in cell design, safety, and high-voltage operation. Founded in 2016, ubatt is a spin-off company from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea. ubatt's core technologies include solution-processable/nonflammable solid-state electrolytes and scalable printing/impregnation processes, lithium-based (primary/rechargeable) electrochemistry, and customized cell design/configuration (dimension: submicron ~ millimeter in thickness and millimeter ~ tens of centimeter in length/width, various form factors that can be shape-conformable and monolithically integrable, and facile bipolar cell connection). ubatt contributes to expediting the advent of smart/ubiquitous electronics era through provision of innovative battery solutions.
Printed Electronics Europe 2020