Dr. Kang is a researcher at the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics and a postdoctoral research associate in Optoelectronics group of the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK.
His research focuses on sensors and integrated circuits using solution-processed active layer transistors on highly flexible substrate. He has developed new graphene transfer methods to improve mechanical stability of graphene on flexible substrates and investigated spatial and temporal stability and electrical transport mechanism of chemically doped graphene. He also worked on highly efficient OLED and FET for AMOLED display with experimental works and circuit simulation and has extensive experience of array design and sensor development. He had carried out array design and development of image sensors, fingerprint sensors, and X-ray for Silicon Display Co. Ltd.
Dr. Kang received Ph.D. from Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, M.S. from Kyung Hee University, South Korea and currently works on flexible circuit integrated using organic FETs and metal oxide FETs within iPESS project.