Index Name

Kim, Jae-Hoon

Alternative Writings

Kim, J.H.;   Kim, Jaehoon

Similar Names

Kim, J.-H.

Co-authors

Acharya, Bharat;   Acharya, Bharat R.;   Agra-Kooijman, Dena M.;   Bae, Ji-Hong;   Bae, Kwang-Soo;   Ban, Byeong-Seob;   Bang, Myung-Sik;   Carbonell, Ruben G.;   Chang, Jin-Hae;   Chien, Liang-Chy;   Choi, Bong-Ku;   Choi, E-Joon;   Choi, Eui-Yul;   Choi, Hong;   Choi, Hyun-Chul;   Choi, Yoonseuk;   Efimenko, Kirill;   Genzer, Jan;   Goodby, J.W.;   Gwag, Jin Seog;   Ha, Ki-Ryong;   Han, In-Young;   Hill, David J.T.;   Hong, Mun-Pyo;   Hwang, Do-Hoon;   Jang, Se-Jin;   Jang, Won-Gun;   Jin, Jung-Il;   Jin, Min-Young;   Jo, Soo In;   Jung, Jong-Wook;   Kang, Dae-Seung;   Kang, Pilgu;   Kang, Seung-Gon;   Kim, Dae-Cheol;   Kim, Dong-Eon;   Kim, Dong-Woo;   Kim, Hak-Rin;   Kim, Il;   Kim, Jun-Hyung;   Kim, Kyeong-Hyeon;   Kim, Myung-Eun;   Kim, Sang-Il;   Kim, Suk-Kyung;   Kim, Tae-Sun;   Kim, Tae-Sung;   Kim, Yeun-Tae;   Kim, Young-Ki;   Kim, Yumin;   Kumar, Satyendra;   Kwon, Soon-Bum;   Kwon, Soon-Sik;   Lavrentovich, Oleg;   Lee, Chong-Kwang;   Lee, Jong-Bong;   Lee, Ju-Hyun;   Lee, Kwang-Ho;   Lee, Kye-Hun;   Lee, Sang-Chul;   Lee, Sin-Doo;   Lee, Soo-Min;   Lee, Tae-Hee;   Lee, Won-Je;   Lee, Yong-Min;   Lee, You-Jin;   Lim, Moo-Jong;   Oh, Sang-Wook;   Ostroverkhova, Oksana;   Park, Byoungchoo;   Park, Gwangseo;   Park, Jae-Hong;   Park, Jae-Hoon;   Park, Seo-Kyu;   Park, Young Ran;   Patel, J.S.;   Qian, Tie-Zheng;   Reznikov, Yuriy;   Rhie, Kung-Won;   Seo, Young-Jun;   Shi, Yushan;   Shin, Dong-Myung;   Shin, Min-Soo;   Shin, Sung-Tae;   Singer, Kenneth D.;   Song, Dong-Mee;   Song, Joon-Ho;   Souk, Jun-Hyung;   Taylor, P.L.;   Vorflusev, Valery;   Wang, Bin;   Wang, Qing-Bing;   West, John L.;   Yokoyama, Hiroshi;   Yoneya, Makoto;   Yu, Chang-Jae;   Zin, Wang-Cheol

Publication Titles

1993: The anomaly in layer ordering and electro-optic properties of smectic A liquid crystals
1994: Pyroelectric response to near infrared radiation of a ferroelectric liquid crystal
1994: Sign inversion of induced molecular tilt in chiral smectic A liquid crystals
1996: Electric field-controlled optical nonlinearity in ferroelectric liquid crystals
1996: Nonlinear optical anisotropy associated with polar ordering in ferroelectric liquid crystals
1997: Control of electrooptic modulation in polymer-dispersed ferroelectric liquid crystals
1997: Control of nematic director orientation by exposing rubbed polyimide films to linearly polarized ultraviolet light
1997: Effect of the external twist on molecular orientation in antiferroelectric liquid crystals
1997: Layer coupling for molecular orientation in the field induced antiferroelectric-ferroelectric liquid crystal phase transition
1997: The effect of composition on thermal, mechanical, and morphological properties of thermotropic liquid crystalline polyester with alkyl side-group and polycarbonate blends
1998: .alpha.,.omega.-Bis[4-(4'-(S)-(+)-2-methylbutylbiphenyl-4-carboxy)phenoxy]alkanes - synthesis and liquid crystalline properties of new dimesogenic compounds
1998: A method for liquid crystal alignment using in situ ultraviolet exposure during imidization of polyimide
1998: Alignment of liquid crystals on polyimide films exposed to ultraviolet light
1998: Doping effect on the photo-pyroelectric properties of ferroelectric liquid crystals
1998: Dynamics of polarization reversal in the surface layer of ferroelectric liquid crystals
1999: A Simple and Material Independent Method for the Determination of Anchoring Properties of Rubbed Polyimide Surfaces
1999: Material-independent determination of anchoring properties on rubbed polyimide surfaces
1999: Method of preparing alignment layer for use in liquid-crystal display device using in-situ ultraviolet exposure
1999: Phase separated composite films of liquid crystals
2000: Dimesogenic compounds with chiral tails. Synthesis and liquid crystalline properties of a homologous series of .alpha.,.omega.-bis[4-(4'-(S)-(-)-2-methylbutoxycarbonyl-biphenyl-4-oxycarbonyl)phenoxy]alkanes
2000: Phase-separated composite films: Experiment and theory
2000: Photoalignment of Liquid Crystals by Liquid Crystals
2000: Synthesis and properties of oxygen-bridged aromatic polyesters based on isomeric naphthalenediols
2001: Reznikov et al. Reply: Comment on "Photoalignment of Liquid Crystals by Liquid Crystals"
2002: Alignment of smectic liquid crystals on newly synthesized chalcone derivatized polyimide
2002: DNA Detection Using Liquid Crystal Alignment
2002: Dielectric anomaly in ferroelectric liquid crystals with polarization inversion
2002: Fabrication of electro-optic devices using liquid crystals with a single glass substrate
2002: Field Effect on Anisotropic Phase Separation of Liquid Crystal and Polymer Composite Materials
2002: Measurement of the degree of polarization of the spectra from laser produced recombining Al plasmas
2002: Quasi-Achromatic and Wide Viewing Properties of a Reflective Liquid Crystal Display in In-Plane Optical Geometry
2002: Switchable Microlens Array Using Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
2002: Synthesis and Properties of New Banana-Shaped Molecules with Chiral Tails
2003: Control of the Anisotropic Phase Separation and the Electro-Optical Stability of Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal-Photopolymer Composites
2003: Determination of Mean-Field Coefficients of Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
2003: Dielectric Anomaly in Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals with Polarization Inversion
2003: Different limits of phase separation and their applications
2003: Synthesis and properties of new materials with banana-shaped achiral cores and chiral end groups
2004: Fast Switchable and Bistable Microlens Array Using Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
2004: Fast Switching Characteristics of Surface-Relief Microlens Array Based on a Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal
2004: Pixel-Isolated Liquid Crystal Mode for Flexible Display Applications
2005: Optical detection of deoxyribonucleic acid hybridization using an anchoring transition of liquid crystal alignment
2005: Polarization Independent Static Microlens Array in the Homeotropic Liquid Crystal Configuration
2005: Stability-Enhanced Pixel Isolation Method for Flexible Liquid Crystal Displays
2005: What Aligns Liquid Crystals on Solid Substrates? The Role of Surface Roughness Anisotropy
2006: Dynamic focusing microlens array using liquid crystalline polymer and a liquid crystal
2006: Fabrication of Twisted Nematic Structure in Phase Separated Composite Films
2006: Liquid crystal alignment with a molecular template of imprinted polymer layer during phase separation
2006: Mechanical Stability of Pixel-Isolated Liquid Crystal Mode for Flexible Display Application
2006: Phase-separation high molecular weight polymer adhesive structures in a flexible liquid crystal display
2007: A liquid crystalline polymer microlens array with tunable focal intensity by the polarization control of a liquid crystal layer
2007: Dependence of Cell Gap on Anisotropic Phase Separation of Liquid Crystal and Polymer Composites
2007: Multi-Domain Liquid Crystal Alignment by Micro-Contact Printed Polymer Layers
2007: Patterned Alignment Layers by Capillary Force Lithography for Multi-domain Liquid Crystal Structures
2007: Stability Enhanced Flexible Liquid Crystal Display Based on a Micro-Structure
2007: Surface Properties of Poly[2-(perfluorooctyl)ethyl acrylate] Deposited from Liquid CO2 High-Pressure Free Meniscus Coating
2007: Surface effects on photopolymerization induced anisotropic phase separation in liquid crystal and polymer composites
2008: Application to Mechanically Stable Flexible Liquid Crystal Displays Using Surface Induced Anisotropic Phase Separation
2008: Electro-optical characteristics of reflective liquid crystal mode using pi-cell for low power operation
2008: Fast Bistable Microlens Arrays Based on a Birefringent Layer and Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
2008: Photonics and flexible display applications of phase-separated liquid crystals
2008: Pixel-Isolated Phase-Separated Composite Organic Film for Flexible Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Display Applications
2008: Surface nematic bistability at nanoimprinted topography
2009: Control of liquid crystal pretilt angle by anchoring competition of the stacked alignment layers
2009: Electro-optical characteristics of omnidirectional liquid crystal domain mode using doughnut-shaped slit electrodes
2009: Fabrication of Single Substrate Flexible Twisted Nematic LC Cell Using a Photo-Polymer Cover Film
2009: Novel bonding technologies for flexible LCDs with mechanical stability under the pressing and bending deformation
2009: Scaling of Defect Domain by Reverse Twist in Chiral Hybrid In-Plane Switching LC Mode
2009: Synthesis and Light-Emitting Properties of Polyfluorene Copolymers
2009: Viewing Angle Controllable Liquid Crystal Display by Thermally Variable Retardation Layer

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