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    COVER ARTICLES

                                      
        H. Eom, I. Park, et al., Nanoscale,             D. Yang, I. Park, et al., Advanced Materials,          I. Park, T. S. Seo, et al., Small,
        Vol. 6, No. 1, 226-234, Jan 2014,               Vol. 27, No. 7, 1207-1215 , Feb 2015,                  Vol. 11, Issue. 46, 6214, Dec 2015,
        Front Cover Article                               Front Cover Article                                         Inside Front Cover Article


    IN REVIEW

  1. J. Yun, J. Ahn, D. Moon, Y. Choi, and I. Park, "Joule heated and suspended silicon nanowire based sensor for low-power and stable hydrogen detection", in review

  2. M. Cho, J, Yun, D. Kwon, K. Kim and I. Park, "High-sensitivity and Low-power Flexible Schottky Hydrogen Sensor based on Silicon Nanomembrane", in review

  3. M. Gao, M. Cho, H. Han, Y. Jung and I. Park, "Palladium-Decorated Silicon Nanomesh Fabricated by Nanosphere Lithography for High Performance, Room Temperature Hydrogen Sensing" , in review

  4. S. Kim, J. Lee, J. Park, J. Lee, J. Kim, and I. Park, "Enhanced electromechanical characteristics of metal nanoparticle-nanowire hybrid thin film on flexible substrate", in review

  5. I. Kim, K. Kang, M.H. Oh, M.Y. Yang, I. Park, and Y.S. Nam, "Virus-templated Self-mineralization of Ligand-free Colloidal Palladium Nanostructures for High Surface Activity and Stability" , in review

  6. J. Park, W. Choi, K. Kim, W. Jung, J. Seo, and I. Park, "Biopsy Needle Integrated with Electrical Impedance Sensing Microelectrode Array towards Real-time Needle Guidance and Tissue Discrimination", in review



  7. ACCEPTED

  8. Y. Oh, H. Choi, J. Lee, H. Lee, D. Choi, S. Lee, K. Yun, S. Yoo, T. Kim, I. Park*, and H. Sung*, "Temperature-Controlled Direct Imprinting of Ag Ionic Ink: Flexible Metal Grid Transparent Conductors with Enhanced Electromechanical Durability", Scientific Reports, accepted



  9. PUBLISHED

  10. K. Kim, J. Suh, J. Park, M. Kim, Y. Jeong, and I. Park*, "3D Printing of Multiaxial Force Sensors Using Functionalized Nanocomposite Filaments", Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol.263, 493-500, July 2017
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  12. M. Jeon, B. Choi, J. Yoon, D. Kim, D. Kim, I. Park*, and S. Choi*, "Enhanced sensing of gas molecules by a 99.9% semiconducting carbon nanotube-based field-effect transistor sensor", Applied Physics Letters, Vol.111, 022102, July 2017
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  14. I. Cho, K. Kang, D. Yang, J. Yun, and I. Park*, "Localized Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Porous SnO2 Nanotubes on MEMS Platform for Low Power, High Performance Gas Sensors", ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, July 2017
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  16. J. Lee, M. Lim, M. S. Kim, B. Choi, J. Yoon, D. Kim, D. Kim, I. Park*, and S. Choi*, "Transparent, flexible strain sensor based on a solution-processed carbon nanotube network", ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 9(31), 26279-26285, July 2017
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  18. K. Kang, D. Yang, J. Park, S. Kim, I. Cho, H. Yang, M. Cho, S. Mousavi, K. Choi, and I. Park*, "Micropatterning of metal oxide nanofibers by electrohydrodynamic (EHD) printing towards highly integrated and multiplexed gas sensor applications", Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol.250, 574-583, Apr 2017
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  20. D. Cho, J. Park, T. Kim, J. Kim, J. Kim, I. Park, and S. Jeon, "3D Continuous Conductive Nanostructure for Highly Sensitive and Stretchable Strain Sensor", ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 9(20), 17369-17378, Apr 2017
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  22. J. Wi, S. Lee, S. Lee, D. Oh, K. Lee, I. Park, M. Kwak, and J. Ok, "Facile three-dimensional nanoarchitecturing of double-bent gold strips on Roll-to-Roll nanoimprinted transparent nanogratings for flexible and scalable plasmonic biosensors", Nanoscale, Vol.9, 1398-1402, Jan 2017
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  24. H. Lee, D. Kwon, J. Cho, I. Park*, and J. Kim*, "Soft Nanocomposite Based Multi-point, Multi-directional Strain Mapping Sensor Using Anisotropic Electrical Impedance Tomography", Nature Scientific Reports, 7:39837, Jan 2017
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  26. S. Hamian, J. Yun, I. Park, and K. Park, "Quantitative Probing of Tip-Induced Local Cooling with a Resistive Nanoheater/thermometer", Applied Physics Letters, Vol.109, 253114, DEC 2016
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  28. J. Yun, J. Ahn, B. Lee, D. Moon, Y. Choi, and I. Park*, "Temperature measurement of Joule heated silicon micro/nanowires using selectively decorated quantum dots", Nanotechnology, Vol.27, No.50, 505705, Nov 2016
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  30. S. Mousavi, K. Kang, J. Park and I. Park*, ¡°A Room Temperature Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Sensor Based on Electrospun Polyaniline-Polyethylene Oxide Nanofibers Directly Written on Flexible Substrates¡±, RSC Advances, 2016, Vol.6, 104131-104138
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  32. J. Ahn¢Ó, J. Seo¢Ó, T. Lee, D. Kwon, I. Park, T. Kim, and J. Lee*, ¡°Extremely Robust and Patternable Electrodes for Copy-Paper-Based Electronics¡±, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016, 8(29), pp19031-1903
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  34. D. Kwon, T. Lee, J. Shim, S. Ryu, M. Kim, S. Kim, T. Kim, and I. Park*, "Highly Sensitive, Flexible and Wearable Pressure Sensor Based on a Giant Piezocapacitive Effect of Three-Dimensional Microporous Elastomeric Dielectric Layer", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016, 8(26), pp 16922 - 16931
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  36. A. Teo, A. Mishra, I. Park, Y. Kim, W. Park and Y. Yoon, "Polymeric biomaterials for medical implants and devices", ACS Biomater, ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng., 2016, 2 (4), pp 454-472
  37. JP34

  38. M. Amjadi, K-U. Kyung, I. Park*, and M. Sitti*, "Stretchable, skin-mountable, and wearable strain sensors and their potential applications: A review", Advanced Functional Materials,Volume 26, Issue 11, March 15, 2016 , Pages 1678-1698
  39. JP34

  40. Y. Oh, H. Lee, D. Choi, S. Lee, H. Kim, S. Yoo, I. Park*, and H. Sung*, "High-Performance, Solution-Processed, Embedded Multiscale Metallic Transparent Conductors", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Volume 8, April 13, 2016
  41. JP34

  42. B. Choi, J. Ahn, J. Lee, J. Yoon, J. Lee, M. Jeon, D. Kim, D. Kim, I. Park*, and S. Choi*, "A Bottom-Gate Silicon Nanowire Field-Effect Transistor with Functionalized Palladium Nanoparticles for Hydrogen Gas Sensors Solid State Electronics", Solid State Electronics, Vol.114, 76-79, Dec 2015
  43. JP34

  44. D. Kim, D. Yang, K. Kang, M. Lim, Z. Li, C. Park and I. Park*, "In-situ integration and surface modification of functional nanomaterials by localized hydrothermal reaction for integrated and high performance chemical sensors", Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol.226, 579-588, Nov 2015
  45. JP34

  46. S. Bae, S. Park, J. Kim, J. S. Choi, K. H. Kim, D. Kwon, E-S. Jin, I. Park, D. H. Kim and T. S. Seo, "Exogenous gene integration for microalgal cell transformation using a nanowire-incorporated microdevice", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol.7, 27554, Nov 2015
  47. JP34

  48. S. Lee , M. Amjadi , N. M. Pugno , I. Park and S. Ryu,"Computational analysis of metallic nanowires-elastomer nanocomposite based strain sensors", AIP Advances, Vol.5, No.11, 117233, Nov 2015
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  50. B. Choi, D. Lee, J. Ahn, J. Yoon, J. Lee, M. Jeon, D. M. Kim, D. H. Kim, I. Park, Y. Choi, and S-J. Choi, "Investigation of optimal hydrogen sensing performance in semiconducting carbon nanotube network transistors with palladium electrodes", Applied Physics Letters, Vol.107, No.19, 193108, Nov 2015
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  52. H. Eom, J. Kim, J. Hur, T. Kim, S. Sung, J. Choi, E. Lee, J. Jeong and I. Park*, "Nanotextured polymer substrate for flexible and mechanically robust metal electrodes by nanoimprint lithography", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Oct 2015
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  54. K. Kim, J. Kim, J. Choi, S. Bae, D. Kwon, I. Park*, D. Kim and T. Seo*, "Rapid, high-throughput and direct molecular beacon delivery to human cancer cells using a nanowire-incorporated and pneumatic pressure-driven microdevice", Small,Vol.11, 6215-6224, Oct 2015 selected as an Inside Front Cover Paper
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  56. M. Amjadi and I. Park*, "Ultra-Stretchable and Skin-Mountable Strain Sensors Using CNTs-Ecoflex Nanocomposite", Nanotechnology, Vol.26, No.37, 375501, Aug, 2015
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  58. J. Yeo, S. Hong, G. Kim, I. Park, C.P. Grigoropoulos and S.H. Ko, "Laser induced hydrothermal growth of heterogeneous metal-oxide nanowire on flexible substrate by laser absorption layer design", ACS Nano, Vol.9, Issue.6, 6059-6068, Jun 2015
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  60. D. Yang, M. K. Fuadi, K. Kang, D. Kim, Z. Li and I. Park*, "Multiplexed gas sensor based on heterogeneous metal oxide nanomaterial array enabled by localized liquid-phase reaction" , ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, Vol.7, Issue.19, 10152-10161, May 2015
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  62. D. Yang, D.H. Kim, S.H. Ko, A.P. Pisano, Z. Li and I. Park*, "Focused energy field (FEF) method for the localized synthesis and direct integration of 1D nanomaterials on microelectronic devices ", Advanced Materials, Vol.27, No.7, 1207-1215, Feb 2015, Front Cover Paper
  63. JP34

  64. J. Ahn, J. Yun, D. Moon, Y. Choi and I. Park*, "Self-heated silicon nanowires for high performance hydrogen gas detection", Nanotechnology,Vol.26, No,9, 095501, Feb 2015
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  66. D. Yang, K. Kang, D. Kim, Z. Li and I. Park*, "Fabrication of heterogeneous nanomaterial array by programmable heating and chemical supply within microfluidic platform", (Nature)Scientific Reports, Vol.5, 8149, Jan 2015
  67. JP34

  68. S. Kim, J. Park, K. Kang, C. Park and I. Park*, "Direct metal micropatterning on needle-type structures towards bioimpedance and chemical sensing applications", Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering,Vol25, No1, 015002, Dec 2014
  69. JP34

  70. C. Jin, J. Yun, J. H. Ahn, K. Lee and I. Park*, "Highly integrated synthesis of heterogeneous nanostructures on nanowire heater array", Nanoscale, Vol.6, 14428-14432, Nov 2014
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  72. E. Chong, S. Kim, J. Choi, D. Choi, J. Jung, J. Jeong, E. Lee, J. Lee, I. Park and J. Lee, "Interior-architectured ZnO nanostructure for enhanced electrical conductivity via stepwise fabrication process", Nanoscale Research Letters, Vol.9, 428, Aug 2014
  73. JP34

  74. J. Lee, S. Kim, J. Lee, D. Yang, B.C. Park, S. Ryu and I. Park*, "A stretchable strain sensor based on a metal nanoparticle thin film for human motion detection", Nanoscale, Vol.6, 11932-11939, Aug, 2014
  75. JP33

  76. H. Eom, J. Lee, A. Pichitpajongkit, M. Amjadi, J. Jeong, E. Lee, J. Lee and I. Park*,"Ag@Ni core-shell nanowire network for robust transparent electrodes against oxidation and sulfurization", Small, Vol.10, No.20, 4171-4181, June 2014
  77. JP32

  78. J. Kim, S. Kwon, J. Park and I. Park*, "Quantum Dot-Based Immunoassay Enhanced by High-Density Vertical ZnO Nanowire Array", Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol.55, 209-215, May 2014
  79. JP29

  80. M. Amjadi, A. Pichitpajongkit, S. Lee, S. Ryu and I. Park*, "Highly Stretchable and Sensitive Strain Sensor based on silver nanowire-Elastomer Nanocomposite", ACS Nano,Vol.8, No.5, 5154-5163, Apr 2014
  81. JP31

  82. J. Ahn, J. Yun, Y. Choi, and I. Park*, "Palladium nanoparticle decorated silicon nanowire field-effect transistor with side-gates for hydrogen gas detection", Applied Physics Letters, Vol.104, 013508, Jan 2014
  83. JP30

  84. H. Eom, J. Jung, Y. Shin, S. Kim, J. Choi, E. Lee, J. Jeong* and I. Park*, ¡°Strong localized surface plasmon resonance effects of Ag/TiO2 core?shell nanowire arrays in UV and visible light for photocatalytic activity", Nanoscale, Vol. 6, No. 1, 226-234 ,Jan 2014, Front Cover Article
  85. JP28

  86. J. Yun, C. Jin, J. Ahn, S. Jeon, and I. Park*, "Self-heated silicon nanowire array: selective surface modification with catalytic nanoparticles by nanoscale Joule heating and its gas sensing applications", Nanoscale, Vol. 5, No. 15, 6851-6856, May 2013
  87. JP27

  88. S. Kim¢Ó, S. Won¢Ó, G. Sim, I. Park*, and S. Lee*, ¡°Tensile Characteristics of Metal Nanoparticle Films on Flexible Polymer Substrate for Printed Electronics Applications¡±, Nanotechnology, Vol. 24, 085701, Feb 2013
  89. JP26

  90. W. Lee, J. Choi, I. Park*, and J. Lee*, ¡°Room-Temperature Compressive Transfer Printing of Nanowires for Nanoelectronic Devices¡±, Langmuir, Vol. 28, No. 51, 17851-17858, Dec 2012
  91. JP25

  92. I. Lee¢Ó, S. Kim¢Ó, J. Yun, I. Park*, and T. Kim*, ¡°Interfacial toughening of solution processed Ag nanoparticle thin films by organic residuals¡±, Nanotechnology, Vol. 23, No. 48, 485704, Nov 2012
  93. JP24

  94. S. Kim, W. Lee, J. Lee, and I. Park*, ¡°Direct micro/nano metal patterning based on two-step transfer printing of ionic metal nano-ink¡±, Nanotechnology, Vol. 23, No. 28, 285301, Jun 2012
  95. JP23

  96. B. Choi, Y. Lee, S. Kang, J. Hong, J. Kim, I. Park*, and S. Han*, ¡°Multi-Metallic Alloy Nanotubes with Nanoporous Framework¡±, ACS Nano, Vol. 6, No. 6, 5659-5667, May 2012
  97. JP22

  98. J. Kim, J. Hong, D. Kim, J. Shin, and I. Park*, ¡°Nanowire-integrated microfluidic devices for facile and reagent-free mechanical cell lysis¡±, Lab on a chip, Vol. 12, No. 16, 2914-2921, May 2012
  99. JP21

  100. W. Lee, S. Won, J. Park, J. Lee, and I. Park*, ¡°Thermo-compressive transfer printing for facile alignment and robust device integration of nanowires¡±, Nanoscale, Vol. 4, No. 11, 3444-3449, Mar 2012
  101. JP20

  102. S. Choi, I. Park, Z. Hao, H. Holman, and A. P. Pisano,¡°Quantitative studies of long-term stable, top-down fabricated silicon nanowire pH sensors¡±, Applied Physics A, Vol.107, No. 2, 421-428, Jan 2012
  103. JP19

  104. M. Lim, D. Kim, C. Park, Y. Lee, S. Han, Z. Li, R.S. Williams,and I. Park*, ¡°A new route towards ultra-sensitive, flexible chemical sensors: metal nanotubes by wet-chemical synthesis along sacrificial nanowire templates¡±, ACS Nano, Vol. 6, No. 1, 598-608, Dec 2011
  105. JP18

  106. C. Y. Jin, Z. Li, R. S. Williams, K. Lee, and I. Park*, ¡°Localized temperature and chemical reaction control in nanoscale space by nanowire array¡±, Nano Letters, Vol. 11, No. 11, 4818-4825, Oct 2011
  107. JP17

  108. J. Kim, Z. Li, and I. Park*, "Direct synthesis and integration of functional nanostructures in microfluidic devices", Lab on a Chip, Vol. 11, No. 11 1946-1951, Apr 2011
  109. JP16

  110. G-D. Sim, S. Won, C. Jin, I. Park, S. Lee, and J. J. Vlassak, "Improving the stretchability of as-deposited Ag coatings on PET substrates through use of an acrylic primer", Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 109, No. 7, 073511, Apr 2011
  111. JP15

  112. Y. Lee, M. Lim, I. Park*, and S. Han*, "Facile Synthesis of Noble Metal Nanotubes by Using ZnO Nanowires as Sacrificial Scaffolds and Their Electrocatalytic Properties", Chem Comm, Vol. 47, No. 22, 6299-6301, Apr 2011
  113. JP14

  114. M. Lim, Y. Lee, S. Han, and I. Park*, "Novel fabrication method of diverse one-dimensional Pt/ZnO hybrid nanostructures and its sensor application", Nanotechnology, Vol. 22, No. 3, 035601, Jan 2011
  115. JP13

  116. I. Park*, Z. Li, A. P. Pisano, and R.S. Williams, "Top-down fabricated silicon nanowire sensor for real-time chemical detection", Nanotechnology, Vol. 21, No. 1, 015501, Jan 2010
  117. JP12

  118. S. Choi, I. Park, Z. Hao, H. Holman, A. P. Pisano, and T. I. Zohdi, "Ultra-Fast Self-Assembly of Micro-Scale Particles by Open-Channel Flow", Langmuir, Vol. 26, No.7, 4661-4667, Nov 2009
  119. JP11

  120. E. Kim, K. Baeg, D. Kim, Y. Noh, D. Kim, T. Lee, I. Park, and G-Y. Jung, "Templated assembly of metal nanoparticles in nanoimprinted patters for metal nanowire fabrication", Nanotechnology, Vol. 20, No. 35, 355302, Aug 2009
  121. JP10

  122. W. Wu, W. M. Tong, J. Bartman, Y. Chen, R. Walmsley, Z. Yu, Q. Xia, I. Park, C. Picciotto, J. Gao, S-Y. Wang, D. Morecroft, J. Yang, K. K. Berggren,and R. S. Williams, "Sub-10 nm Nanoimprint Lithography by Wafer Bowing", Nano Letters, Vol. 8, No. 11, 3865-3869, Oct 2008
  123. JP9

  124. S. Ko, I. Park, H. Pan, N. Misra, M.S. Rogers, A.P. Pisano, and C. P. Grigoropoulos, "ZnO nanowire network transistor fabrication on a polymer substrate by low-temperature, all-inorganic nanoparticles solution process", Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 92, No. 15, 154102, Apr 2008
  125. JP8

  126. I. Park*, S-H. Ko*, H.Pan, E-S. Lee, J-H. Jeong, A.P. Pisano, C.P. Grigoropoulos, and J.M.J. Frechet (* equally contributed first authors), "Nanoscale Patterning and electronics on flexible substrate by direct nanoimprinting of metallic nanoparticles", Advanced Materials, Vol.20, No. 3, 489-496, Jan 2008 [Highlighted as hot topic in Advances in Advance (very important and urgent article in Advanced Materials)].
  127. JP34

  128. I. Park*, Z. Li, A.P. Pisano, and R.S. Williams, "Selective surface functionalization of silicon nanowires via nanoscale Joule heating", Nano Letters, Vol. 7, No. 10, 3106-3111, Sept 2007 [Highlighted as hot topic in Nature Nanotechnology, Oct 2007].
  129. JP6

  130. S. Ko*, I. Park*, H. Pan, C.P. Grigoropoulos, A.P. Pisano, C. K. Luscombe, and J. M. J. Frechet (* equally contributed first authors), "Direct Nanoimprinting of Metal Nanoparticles for Nanoscale Electronics Fabrication", Nano Letters, Vol. 7, No. 7, 1869-1877, Jun 2007 [Highlighted as hot topic in Nature Nanotechnology, June 2007].
  131. JP5

  132. I. Park*, J. Cheng, A.P. Pisano, E-S. Lee, and J-H. Jeong, "Low temperature, low pressure nanoimprinting of chitosan as a biomaterial for bionanotechnology applications", Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 90, No. 9, 093902, Feb 2007 [Featured also in Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research Vol 13, No 5].
  133. JP4

  134. I. Park*, Z. Li, X. Li, A.P. Pisano, and R. S. Williams, "Towards the silicon nanowire-based sensor for intracellular biochemical detection", Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 22, No. 9-10, 2065-2070, Apr 2007
  135. JP3

  136. J. Gao, C. Picciotto, W. Wu, I. Park, and W. Tong, "nDSE-based overlay alignment: enabling technology for nanometrology and fabrication", Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering(Metrology, Inspection, and Process Control for Microlithography,Chas N. Archie, eds.), 6152, 1-13, Mar 2006
  137. JP2

  138. R. Chandrasekharan, I. Park, R.I. Masel, and M.A. Shannon, "Thermal oxidation of tantalum films at various oxidation states from 300 to 700 degC", Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 98, No. 11, 114908, Dec 2005
  139. JP1



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