Yong L. Joo
Polymer rheology; materials processing; nanomaterials
Current Research Interest
Modeling and development of scalable nanomanufacturing processes driven by instability; nanostructured materials for energy storage applications; mesoscale modeling of dynamics of complex fluids
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Fellow
Cornell University Micheal Tien ’72 Excellence in Teaching Award
DuPont Young Professor Award
National Science Foundation CAREER Award
3M Faculty Award
Yin, Jun, Joseph M. Carlin, Jangwoo Kim, Zhong Li, Jay H. Park, Bharat Patel, Srinivasan Chakrapani, Sangho Lee, and Yong L. Joo. “Synergy between Metal Oxide Nanofibers and Graphene Nanoribbons for Rechargeable Lithium-Oxygen Battery Cathodes.” Advanced Energy Materials 5 (2015): 1401412.
Kim, Yong S., Ghazal Shoorideh, Yevgen Zhmayev, Jaehyuk H. Lee, Zhong Li, Bharat Patel, Jay H. Park, Srinivasan Chakrapani, Sangho Lee, and Yong L. Joo. “Critical Contribution of Unzipped Graphene Nanoribbons to Stable Silicon Rich-Carbon Fiber Anodes for Rechargeable Li-ion Batteries.” Nano Energy 16 (2015): 446-457.
Cornell Research Website Article
Nanotechnology—Novel, Realized, Scalable