Seung Soon Jang
Professor; School of Materials Science & Engineering
Director; Computational NanoBio Technology Lab
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.
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 technology and biotechnology.
Computational NanoBio Technology Lab
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Jang's research interest is to characterize and design nanoscale systems based on the molecular architecture-property relationship using computations and theories, which are especially relevant to designing new biomaterials for drug delivery and tissue engineering. Currently, he is focusing on 1) NanoBio-mechanics for DNA, lipid bilayer, and hydrogel systems; 2) Molecular interaction of Alzheimer proteins with various small molecules. Dr. Jang is also interested in various topics such as nanoelectronics, nanostructured energy technologies for fuel cell, battery and photovoltaic devices.;Computational mechanics; Nanostructured Materials; Polymeric composites; Biomaterials; Fuel Cells; Delivery and Storage