People

Tae-Yong Park

PhD Students

Introduction

​Taeyong is now a PhD student at KAUST. His research interests include Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Large bandgap group- nitride and GaN. He is specialized in SiC single crystal growth

Research Interests

  • ​Molecular Beam Epitaxy
  • Large bandgap group-III nitride

Selected Publications

  • ​Tae-Yong Park, Yun-Ji Shin, Si-Young Bae Seong-Min Jeong, "Effect of Radiation Heat Transfer on the Control of  Temperature Gradient in the Induction Heating Furnace for Growing Single Crystals", J. Korean Inst. Electr. Electron. Mater. Eng. vol. 30 No 6, 522-527

  • Yun-Ji Shin, Tae-Yong Park, Si-Young Bae, and Seong-Min Jeong, "The effect of rotation on the macro-steps  formation during 4H-SiC solution growth", Journal of the Korean Crystal Growth and Crystal Technology, Vol. 29,  No.6, 1-4

Education

  • ​M.S. in Materials System Engineering at Pukyong national university, Republic of Korea, Mar. 2018 - Feb. 2020
  • B.S. in Materials System Engineering at Pukyong national university, Republic of Korea, Mar. 2012 - Aug. 2017

Professional Profile

​KICET-PKNU Co-researcher
Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology & Pukyong National University
Nov. 2017 - Feb 2020

Awards

  • ​Award for Best Presentation at SiC Semiconductor Conference  
  • Outstanding Poster Paper Award at KIEEME Annual Autumn Conference
  • First prize at KIEEME Photograph Competition for Material Engineers​

KAUST Affiliations

​Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) Division | Electrical Engineering​