Index Name

Lee, Seung-Hee

Alternative Writings

Lee, S.H.;   Lee, Seunghee

Similar Names

Lee, S.-H.

Co-authors

Ahn, Byung-Chul;   Ahn, Young Joo;   An, Kay-Hyeok;   Bae, Jung Jun;   Bae, Yun-Ju;   Baik, In-Su;   Beak, Soon Ho;   Beom, Tae Won;   Chae, Mina;   Chin, Mi Hyung;   Choi, Hyun-Chul;   Choi, Kyung Hee;   Choi, Min Oh;   Choi, Woo-Ho;   Choi, Yong-Hyun;   Cui, Hao;   Dabrowski, R.;   Duschl, Heather;   Eom, Tae Young;   Fung, Y.K.;   Gauza, Sebastian;   Ge, Zhibing;   Gelerinter, Edward;   Ghang, Gilson;   Gyu, Rho Bong;   Ha, Kyung Su;   Han, Jeong-In;   Hong, Seung Ho;   Hwang, Jeoung-Yeon;   Hwang, Seok-Ho;   Hwang, Seong Jin;   Jang, Won-Gun;   Jeon, Gye Rok;   Jeon, Il Cheol;   Jeon, Sang Yeon;   Jeon, Sang Youn;   Jeong, Eun;   Jeong, Hee Jin;   Jeong, Jinkwan;   Jeong, Kwang-Un;   Jeong, Seok Ho;   Jeong, Seok Jin;   Jeong, Yeon Hak;   Jeong, Yon Hak;   Jeong, Youn-Hak;   Ji, Seung-Hoon;   Jo, Eun-Mi;   Jung, Byoung Sun;   Jung, Jun Ho;   Jung, Song Hee;   Jung, Tae Bong;   Kang, Byeong Gyun;   Kang, Shin-Woong;   Kang, Wan Seok;   Kim, Cheol S.;   Kim, Do Sung;   Kim, Gi-Hong;   Kim, Haeng Ryul;   Kim, Haeng Yul;   Kim, Hak Yong;   Kim, Hyang-Yul;   Kim, Jae-Chang;   Kim, Jae-Hyung;   Kim, Jin-Ho;   Kim, Jong-Yun;   Kim, Kyeong Jin;   Kim, Kyeong-Hyeon;   Kim, Kyoung Jin;   Kim, Kyoung-Mi;   Kim, Kyung-Mi;   Kim, Mi Sook;   Kim, Mi-Kyung;   Kim, Min Su;   Kim, Miyoung;   Kim, Sang-Gyun;   Kim, Seo Yoon;   Kim, Seong-Su;   Kim, Seong-Wan;   Kim, Seung Jae;   Kim, Seung Jai;   Kim, Soo-Joong;   Kim, Sung Min;   Kim, Sung-Chul;   Kim, Wan Cheol;   Kim, Woo Yeol;   Kim, Youn Sik;   Ko, Tae Woon;   Koh, Jai Wan;   Kuo, Shiao-Wei;   Kwon, Dong Won;   Kwon, Sun Gil;   Lee, Chan-Jae;   Lee, Deuk Soo;   Lee, Gi-Dong;   Lee, Hee-Kyu;   Lee, Ji Youn;   Lee, Ju-Hyun;   Lee, Jung Yeal;   Lee, Kyu;   Lee, Myong-Hoon;   Lee, Myoung-Hoon;   Lee, Seok-Lyul;   Lee, Seung-Eun;   Lee, Wa-Ryong;   Lee, Won Geon;   Lee, Young Hee;   Lee, Yun Hee;   Li, Xiang-Dan;   Lim, Young Jin;   Lju, Jae-Jin;   Lu, Rui-Bo;   Lyu, Jae-Jin;   Moon, Dae-Gyu;   Moon, Sung-Hoon;   Nah, Chang Woon;   Naidu, Jaishri J.;   Nam, Sang-Hee;   Noh, Jeong-Dong;   Oh, Sang Min;   Paek, Seung Kwon;   Park, Chi Hyuk;   Park, Hae Sung;   Park, Han Jun;   Park, In Cheol;   Park, Ji-Woong;   Park, Jong Rak;   Park, Kan Jun;   Park, Kyoung-Ho;   Park, Kyu-Chang;   Park, Kyung Ah;   Park, Kyung-Ho;   Park, Se-Joon;   Park, Soo-Jin;   Park, Tae Kyu;   Park, Tae-Gyu;   Park, Won-Sang;   Poh, Bong Kyu;   Pribat, Didier;   Rao, Linghui;   Rhee, John Moon;   Rho, Bong Gyu;   Ryu, Je Woo;   Seen, Seung Min;   Seo, Dae-Shik;   Shin, Seung Hwan;   Soh, Hoe-Sub;   Son, Jung-Hee;   Song, Ii Sub;   Song, Il Sub;   Song, Je Hoon;   Song, Sunae;   Song, Sung Hun;   Srivastava, Anoop Kumar;   West, John L.;   Won, Hae Kyung;   Wu, Shin-Tson;   Yeo, Jun-Ho;   Yoon, Suk-In;   Yoon, Tae-Hoon;   You, Jae Geon;   Yu, In Ho;   Yun, Minhee;   Zhong, Zhen-Xin

Publication Titles

1996: A study of hysteresis and bistability in a polymer-stabilized nematic liquid crystal using paramagnetic resonance and electro-optical studies
1997: Viscosity measurement in nematic/lamellar phase transition of lyotropic liquid crystal
1998: Implementation of a holographic optical memory system using a new input and angular multiplexing method
1998: Liquid crystal display element and its manufacture
1998: Methods for producing two domains within a liquid crystal layer, liquid crystal display devices, and methods for their production
1999: Liquid crystal display and its fabrication
1999: Polymer dispersed liquid crystal device with improved wide-viewing-angle
2000: Effects of Alignment Layer on Pretilt Angle and Electrical Characteristics for The Photo-Aligned Twisted Nematic Cell on Polyimide Surfaces
2000: Electrooptic characteristic of fringe-field switching mode depending on rubbing direction
2000: Manufacture of fringe field switching mode-type liquid crystal display devices using less masks
2000: Reflective Liquid Crystal Display Using a Non-Twist Half-Wave Cell
2001: A Novel Vertical Alignment Display
2001: Chiral-Doped Optically Compensated Bend Nematic Liquid Crystal Cell with Continuous Deformation from Twist to Twisted Bend State
2001: IPS LCD (in-plane switching Liquid crystal display) having molecules remaining parallel with electric fields applied
2001: Manufacturing method of Liquid crystal display having high aperture ratio and high transmittance
2001: Novel Nematic Liquid Crystal Device Associated with Hybrid Alignment Controlled by Fringe Field
2001: Reflective Display Associated with In-Plane Rotation of Nematic Liquid Crystal
2002: Dual Domain Effects on a Homogeneously Aligned Nematic Liquid Crystal Cell Driven by a Fringe-Field
2002: Electrooptic Characteristics of the Fringe-Field Switching Device with Electrode on Top Substrate
2002: In-plane switching Liquid crystal display with improved picture quality
2002: Liquid crystal display having high aperture ratio and high transmittance
2002: Reflective LCD having high transmittance and method for its manufacturing
2002: Viewing angle characteristics of a homogeneously aligned two-domain liquid crystal cell with an inter-digitated electrode
2002: Wide-Viewing-Angle Hybrid Aligned Nematic Liquid Crystal Cell Controlled by Complex Electric Field
2003: Analysis of cell gap-dependent driving voltage in a fringe field-driven homogeneously aligned nematic liquid crystal display
2003: Creation of a Voltage Controllable Micro-Liquid Crystal Domain Using the Atomic Force Microscope Rubbing for Surface Modification
2003: Dynamic Stability of the Fringe-Field Switching Liquid Crystal Cell Depending on Dielectric Anisotropy of a Liquid Crystal
2003: Rubbing Angle Effect on Response Time of the Fringe-Field Switching Nematic Liquid Crystal Display
2003: Tilt Angle Generation for Nematic Liquid Crystal on Blended Homeotropic Polyimide Layer Containing Trifluoromethyl Moieties
2003: Wide-Viewing-Angle Transflective Display Associated with a Fringe-Field Driven Homogeneously Aligned Nematic Liquid Crystal Display
2004: Analysis of Optimal Phase Retardation of a Fringe Field-Driven Homogeneously Aligned Nematic Liquid Crystal Cell
2004: Contrast Ratio in Homogeneously Aligned Nematic Liquid Crystal Display Depending on Angle between Polarizer Axis and Optic Axis of a Liquid Crystal
2004: Electrooptic Characteristics of a Fringe-Field Driven Hybrid Aligned Nematic Liquid Crystal Cell using a Liquid Crystal with Positive Dielectric Anisotropy
2004: Liquid crystal photoalignment material based on chloromethylated polyimide
2004: Viewing Angle Characteristics of Transflective Display in a Homogeneously Aligned Liquid Crystal Cell Driven by Fringe-Field
2005: A Single Gap Transflective Display with Single Gamma Curve in the Fringe Field Switching Mode
2005: Cell gap-dependent transmission characteristics of a fringe-electric field-driven homogeneously aligned liquid crystal cell, for a liquid crystal with negative dielectric anisotropy
2005: Color Tracking Analysis of the Fringe-Field-Switching Cell Using a Liquid Crystal with Negative Dielectric Anisotropy
2005: Dual Domain Effect on a Rubbing Mura in Liquid Crystal Displays Associated with In-Plane Rotation of LC Director
2005: Electrical-field effect on carbon nanotubes in a twisted nematic liquid crystal cell
2005: Electro-Optic Characteristics of Single Gap Transflective Display Using In-Plane Switching Mode
2005: Film Compensation of the Optically Compensated Splay Liquid Crystal Device
2005: Liquid-crystal photoalignment by photosensitive fluorinated poly(arylene ether)
2005: Transflective Liquid Crystal Display with Single Cell Gap and Single Gamma Curve
2006: Characterizations of Photo-Alignable Multi-Functioning Polyimide Material
2006: Control of gray scale inversion in a film-compensated twisted nematic liquid crystal display using beam steering optical film
2006: Local deformation of liquid crystal director induced by translational motion of carbon nanotubes under in-plane field
2006: Optimal Cell Retardation Value of a Fringe-Field Switching Mode Using a Liquid Crystal with Negative Dielectric Anisotropy
2006: Optimized Pixel Design to Remove Disclination Lines in a Homogeneously Aligned Liquid Crystal Microdisplay Driven by a Fringe-Electric Field
2006: Response to "Comment on Electrical-field effect on carbon nanotubes in a twisted nematic liquid crystal cell [Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 263110 (2005)]"
2006: Study on colour characteristics depending on orientation of liquid crystal in the in-plane switching mode
2007: A Fringe-Field Driven Hybrid Aligned Nematic Liquid Crystal Display for Narrow Viewing Angle Display
2007: Control of reverse twist domain near a pixel edge using strong vertical electric field in the fringe-field switching liquid crystal device
2007: Control of the defect in the liquid crystal director field on the slit of the patterned vertical alignment cell
2007: Dielectrophoresis force driven dynamics of carbon nanotubes in liquid crystal medium
2007: Effects of Carbon Nanotubes on Nematic Backflow in a Twisted Nematic Liquid-Crystal Cell
2007: Effects of carbon nanotubes on electro-optical characteristics of liquid crystal cell driven by in-plane field
2007: Effects of carbon nanotubes on physical properties of nematic liquid crystal and liquid crystal devices
2007: Electroactive Superelongation of Carbon Nanotube Aggregates in Liquid Crystal Medium
2007: Fringe-Field Driven Single-Gap and Single-Gamma Transflective Liquid Crystal Display with Dual Orientation of Liquid Crystal
2007: Stabilization of the liquid crystal director in the patterned vertical alignment mode through formation of pretilt angle by reactive mesogen
2007: Viewing angle switching of vertical alignment liquid crystal displays by controlling birefringence of homogenously aligned liquid crystal layer
2007: Wide-view transflective liquid crystal display for mobile applications
2007: Wideband quarter-wave liquid crystal cell with wide viewing angle for the reflective mode with single polarizer
2008: Effect of magnitude of dielectric anisotropy of a liquid crystal on light efficiency in the fringe-field switching nematic liquid crystal cell
2008: Electrokinetic elongation and subsequent dispersion of carbon nanotubes in liquid crystal medium
2008: Electrophysical Properties of an Antiferroelectric Liquid Crystal MOPB(H)PBC
2008: Liquid crystal display using combined fringe and in-plane electric fields
2008: Reducing the color shift of a multidomain vertical alignment liquid crystal display using dual threshold voltages
2008: Reduction of Viewing-Angle Dependent Color Shift in a Reflective Type Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Color Filter
2008: Surface Polymer-Stabilized Vertically Aligned Liquid Crystal Cells with Various Polymer Wall Structures
2008: Switching of off-axis viewing quality in twisted nematic liquid crystal display by controlling phase retardation of additional liquid crystal layers
2008: The study of physical properties and their effect on electro-optical characteristics of nematic liquid crystal doped with carbon nano tubes
2008: Thin cell fringe-field-switching liquid crystal display with a chiral dopant
2008: Viewing Angle Switching in Fringe-Field Switching Liquid Crystal Display
2008: Viewing-angle controllable liquid crystal display using a fringe- and vertical-field driven hybrid aligned nematic liquid crystal
2009: Carbon Nanotube Effects on Electro-Optic Characteristics of Twisted Nematic Liquid Crystal Cells
2009: Fringe-field switching liquid crystal display with superior performance
2009: Phase Behaviors and Structures of a Symmetrically Tapered Biphenylamide
2009: Simulation of the Optical Transmittance of IPS LC-Cell on Temperature Variation
2009: Study of Optimal Phase Retardation According to Electrode Structure in the Fringe-Field Switching Mode Using the Negative Liquid Crystal
2009: Synthesis of new chiral chromonic lyotropic liquid crystal based on perylenebis(dicarboximide)
2010: Abnormal behaviour in colour tracking characteristics of the fringe-field switching liquid crystal display
2010: Electroactive super elongation of carbon nanotube clusters in liquid crystal medium and its display application
2010: Optimisation of electrode structure to improve the electro-optic characteristics of liquid crystal display based on the Kerr effect

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