Seung Soon Jang, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Georgia Institute of Technology
Materials Science and Engineering
771 Ferst Drive, N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30332-0245

Office:  Love Bldg., Room 351
Phone: 404.385-3356  | Fax: 404.894.9140

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Dr. Seung Soon Jang joined the School of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in July 2007.  Dr. Jang worked at Samsung Electronics and the Materials and Process Simulation Center (MSC) at CalTech, performing various researches in nanoelectronics, fuel cell, and interfacial systems as a director of Supramolecular Technology for six years with Prof. William A. Goddard, III.

His research interest includes computations and theories to characterize and design nanoscale systems based on the molecular architecture-property relationship, which are especially relevant to molecular electronics, molecular machines, fuel cell, photovoltaics, Battery technology and biotechnology.

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B.S. Materials Science and Engineering (Previously Department of Fiber Science)
1992, Seoul National University, Korea

M.S. Materials Science and Engineering (Previously Department of Fiber and Polymer Science)
1994, Seoul National University, Korea

Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering (Previously Department of Fiber and Polymer Science)
1999, Seoul National University, Korea
Advisor: Prof. Won Ho Jo


  • 2010 James Lee Young Investigator Award
    November 10, 2010 AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT
    The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers US Chapter

Research Interests

  • Developing new methods for atomistic modeling of materials and biological systems
  • Applying multiscale modeling for materials and biological systems
  • Computational nano/biotechnology
  • Computational fuel cell technology

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