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Dr. Inah Yeo | Nanophotonic Devices | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Inah Yeo, Korea Science Academy of KAIST, South Korea

Dr. Inah Yeo is a permanent researcher and teacher at the Korea Science Academy of KAIST, South Korea. With a Ph.D. in Physics from the Quantum Optics Group at CEA/CNRS/UJF in Grenoble, France, she specializes in photonic nanomaterials and advanced photonic networks. Her research focuses on designing and fabricating nanostructured photonic devices, developing solid-state single photon sources, and exploring collective nonlinear dynamics of hybrid photonic nanostructures. Dr. Yeo has received numerous awards, including the Young Scientist Best Paper Award and the KIST R&D Expo Conference Award, recognizing her outstanding contributions to the field. 🌌🔬🏆

Professional Profiles:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 378.
  • Citations – 346.
  • h-index – 6.
  • Documents – 16.

A prolific researcher making meaningful contributions to the academic world!

📅 Education:

Ph.D. in Physics, Quantum Optics Group, CEA/CNRS/UJF, Néel Institute, Grenoble, France (2009-2012). Degree obtained on 24th Oct, 2012. Advisors: Dr. Jean-Philippe Poizat; Co-advisor: Dr. Jean-Michel Gerard. M.A. in Physics, Many-body Theory Group, Busan National University, Busan, Korea (2005-2007). GPA: 4.44/4.5 (Summa Cum Laude). Advisor: Prof. Kyoung Soo Lee. B.Sc. in Physics, Busan National University, Busan, Korea (2002-2005). GPA: 4.46/4.5 (Summa Cum Laude).

👩‍💼 Employment:

Permanent Researcher & Teacher, Korea Science Academy of KAIST (2023 – Present). Presidential Research Fellow (PI), KIST & BNU (2017 – 2022). Postdoctoral Researcher, LPN-CNRS (06/2014 – 2015). Postdoctoral Researcher, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen University (2013 – 2014).

🏆 Academic Awards and Honours:

Young Scientist Best Paper Award (ETH-ICPS) (2012). KIST R&D Expo Conference Award (2016). Natural Sciences Award (2007). Natural Science Chair Award (2006). Physics Faculty Awards & Scholarships (2005, 2006). 3-year PhD scholarship (09/2009 – 10/2012). 7-year full scholarship (03/2002 – 02/2008).

🔬 Research Interests:

Photonic Nanomaterials: Design and fabrication of nanostructured photonic devices. Strain Hybrid System: Solid-state single photon source based on an opto-electro-mechanical device on an optical chip. Advanced Photonic Network: Collective nonlinear dynamics of hybrid photonic nanostructures.

🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Inah Yeo, affiliated with the Korea Science Academy of KAIST in South Korea, specializes in the study of semiconductor quantum dots, particularly focusing on their strain-gradient position mapping. With 19 citations in 2017, her research explores the intricate dynamics of quantum dots, including their nonlinear interactions with optical beams and the coupling channels between excitons and phonons in strain-free GaAs droplet epitaxy single quantum dots. Dr. Yeo’s investigations extend to post-thermal-induced recrystallization in GaAs/Al0.3Ga0.7As quantum dots and comparative chemico-physical analyses, shedding light on the growth and properties of these nanostructures. Her work contributes significantly to advancing our understanding of semiconductor quantum dots and their potential applications. 🌟👩‍🔬✨

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Inah Yeo | Nanophotonic Devices | Best Researcher Award

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