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Dr. Chang-Sik HA

Department of Polymer Science and Engineering

Pusan National University, Korea

Professor


Email: csha@pnu.edu, csha@pusan.ac.kr


Qualifications

1987 Ph.D., Korea Advanced Institute and Technology (KAIST), Polymer Physics and Engineering

1980 M.Sc., Korea Advanced Institute and Technology (KAIST), Chemical Engineering

1978 B.Sc., Pusan National University, Chemical Engineering


Publications (selected)

  1. Tapaswi P.K., Choi M.C., Jeong K.M., Ando S., Ha C.S., (2015) Transparent Aromatic Polyimides Derived from Thiophenyl-Substituted Benzidines with High Refractive Index and Small Birefringence, Macromolecules, DOI:10.1021/acs.macromol.5b00432
  2. Rao K.M., Rao K.S.V.K., Ramanjaneyulu G, Ha C.S. (2015), Curcumin Encapsulated pH Ssensitive Gelatin Based Interpenetrating Polymeric Network Nanogels for Anticancer Drug Delivery, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 478, 788795.
  3. Nagappan S. and Ha C.S. (2015), Emerging Trends in Superhydrophobic Surface
  4. Based Magnetic Materials: Fabrications and Their Potential Applications, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 3, 3224-3251.
  5. Tapaswi P.K., Choi M.C., Nagappan S. and Ha C.S., (2015), Synthesis and Characterization of Highly Transparent and Hydrophobic Fluorinated Polyimides Derived from Perfluorodecylthio Substituted Diamine Monomers, Journal of Polymer Science Part A:Polymer Chemistry,53, 479–488.
  6. Park S.S., Moorthy M.S. and Ha C.S., (2014), Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas for Advanced Applications, NPG Asia Materials, 6, e96; doi:10.1038/am.2014.13.
  7. Rao K.M., Nagappan S., Seo D.J. and Ha C.S., (2014), pH Sensitive Halloysite-Sodium Hyaluronate/Poly(hydroxyethyl methacrylate) Nanocomposites for Colon Cancer Drug Delivery, Applied Clay Science, 97-98, 33-42.
  8. Mathew A., Parambadath S., Park S. S., Ha C. S., (2014), Hydrophobically Modified Spherical MCM-41 as Nanovalve System for Controlled Drug Delivery, Microporous and Mesoprous Materials, 200, 124-131
  9. Rao K.M., Rao K.S.V.K., Ramanjaneyulu G., Rao K.C., Subha M.C.S. and Ha C.S., (2014), Biodegradable Sodium Alginate-Based Semi-Interpenetrating Polymer Network Hydrogels for Antibacterial Application, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 102, 9, 3196-3206
  10. Moorthy M.S., Park J.H., Bae J.H., Kim S.H., and Ha C.S., (2014), Mesoporous Organosilica Hybrids with A Tunable Amphoteric Framework for Controlled Drug Delivery, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2, 6487-6499
  11. Moorthy M.S., Cho H.J., Yu E.J., Jung Y.S. and Ha C.S., (2013), A Modified Mesoporous Silica Optical Nanosensor for Selective Monitoring of Multiple Analytes in Water, Chemical Communications, 49, 8758-8760
  12. Kim H.J., Park S.S., Seo J.Y., Ha C.S., Moon C.I., and KIM Y.Y., (2013), Stable Protein Device Platform Based on Pyridine Dicarboxylic Acid-Bound Cubic-Nanostructured Mesoporous Titania Films, ACS Applied Materials &  Interfaces, 5, 15, 6873-6878
  13. Nagappan S., Park J.J., Park S.S., Lee W.K. and Ha C. S., (2013), Bio-Inspired, Multi-Purpose and Instant Superhydrophobic-Superoleophilic Lotus Leaf Powder Hybrid Micro-Nanocomposites for Selective Oil Spill Capture, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 1, 23, 6761-6769
  14. Rhim J.W., Park H. M. and Ha C.S., (2013), Bio-Nanocomposites for Food Packaging Applications, Progress in Polymer Science, 38, 10-11, 1629-1652
  15. Moorthy M. S., Seo D.J., Song H. J., Park S. S. and Ha C. S., (2013), Magnetic Mesoporous Silica Hybrid Nanoparticles for Highly Selective Boron Adsorption, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 1, 12485-12496
  16. Nagappan S., Park S.S., Yu E.J., Cho H.J., Park J.J., Lee W.K. and Ha C. S., (2013), A Highly Transparent, Amphiphobic, Stable and Multi-Purpose Poly (vinyl chloride) Metallopolymer for Anti-Fouling and Anti-Staining Coatings,  Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 1, 39, 12144-12153
  17. Han H. M., Lee H. N., Nam S. H., Jeong J. H., Lee I. H., Kim H. J., Ha C. S. and Kim Y. K., (2013), Poly(3-hexylthiophene-co-benzothiadiazole) (THBT) As An Electron-Accepting Polymer for Normal and Inverted Type All-Polymer Solar Cells, 4, 2053-2061
  18. Dong F., Guo W., Park S.K. and Ha C.S., (2012), Controlled Synthesis of Novel Cyanopropyl Polysilsesquioxane Hollow Spheres Loaded with Highly Dispersed Au Nanoparticles for Catalytic Applications, Chemical Communications, 48, 1108-1110
  19. Moorthy M. S., Park S. S., Doug F., Hong S.H., Selvaraj M. and Ha C.S., (2012), Step-up Synthesis of Amidoxime-Functionalised Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas with An Amphoteric Ligand in The Framework for Drug Delivery, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22, 9100-9108
  20. Liaw D. J., Wang K. L., Huang Y.C., Lee K. R., Lai J.Y. and Ha C.S., (2012), Advanced Polyimide Materials: Syntheses, Physical Properties and Applications, Progress in Ploymer Science, 37, 907-974
  21. Nam S.H., Kim J.Y., Lee H. N., Kim H. J., Ha C.S. and Kim Y.K., (2012), Doping Effect of Organosulfonic Acid in Poly(3-hexylthiophene) Films for Organic Field-Effect Transistors, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 4, 3, 1281-1288
  22. Wang J., Guo W., Bae J. H., Kim S. H., Song J.L. and Ha C.S., (2012), Facile Preparation of A Multifunctional Fluorescent Nanosensor for Chemical and Biological Applications, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22, 24681-24689
  23. Hwang H. M., Kim H. J., Nam S. H., Bradley D.D.C., Ha C. S. and Kim Y. K., (2011), Organic Phototransistors with Nanoscale Phase-Separated Polymer/Polymer Bulk Heterojunction Layers, Nanoscale, 3, 2275-2279
  24. Park S.S., Chu S.W., Xue C., Zhao D. and Ha C.S., (2011), Facile Synthesis of Mesoporous Carbon Nitrides using The Incipient Wetness Method and The Application as Hydrogen Adsorbent, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21, 10801-10807
  25. Dong F., Guo W., Park S. S. and Ha C. S., (2011), Uniform and Monodisperse Polysilsesquioxane Hollow Spheres: Synthesis from Aqueous Solution and Use in Pollutant Removal,  Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21, 10744-10749


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