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Professor

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Ho Bum ParkProfessor

Professor - Energy Engineering
Hanyang University

  • LocationFTC Building 9th Floor 920
  • Phone02-2220-2338
  • Emailbadtzhb@hanyang.ac.kr
Professional Preparation
University of Texas at Austin Postdoctoral Fellow Postdoctoral Fellow 2005 ~ 2008 Hanyang University Ph.D. Chemical Engineering Ph.D. Chemical Engineering 2002 Hanyang University M.S. Chemical Engineering M.S. Chemical Engineering 1998 Hanyang University B.S. Chemical Engineering B.S. Chemical Engineering 1996
Appointments
2021. 7 ~ Present Editor, Journal of Membrane Science Letters

2021. 3 ~ Present Dean of Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul

2016. 9 ~ Present Professor of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul

2011. 9 ~ 2016. 8 Associate Professor of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul

2008. 9 ~ 2011. 8 Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul

2005. 7 ~ 2008. 3 Postdoctoral Fellow at Department of Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA

2002. 10 ~ 2005. 6 Senior Research Scientist of Research Institute of Industrial Science, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea

Dr. Park is a Professor in the Energy Engineering Department at Hanyang University (HYU) in Seoul in Korea. He received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from HYU in 2002 and worked as a postdoctoral fellow for the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) between 2005 and 2008. He joined HYU as an assistant professor in 2008, an associated professor in 2011, and a full processor in 2017. He worked as a visiting scholar at the Department of Chemical Engineering of UT Austin, USA (2014). He has established a state-of-the-art research laboratory for advanced membrane research at HYU since 2008 and a dozen research collaborations and international scholar exchange programs. During his service period at HYU, he has published more than 140 peer-reviewed SCI papers, including some of the highest-impact scientific journals, contributed 8 book chapters, and more than 90 patents. He has served on the Membrane Society of Korea (MSK) Board of Directors for 14 years. He now serves as a Department Chair of Energy Engineering at Hanyang University. He has organized many international and national conferences, and also severed as an editorial board member of five scientific journals related to chemical engineering and materials science and engineering.

Dr. Park’s research interest is to design and develop advanced membrane materials for gas separation, liquid separation, and fuel cell. Currently, he directs a multidisciplinary research group focusing on the fast, selective transport of small molecules and ions in a variety of new membrane materials including polymers, nanomaterials, and inorganic materials for carbon dioxide separation, desalination, fuel cell, and battery applications. He is known primarily for his pioneering work in thermally-rearranged (TR) polymeric membranes for gas separation, having published the first paper on this topic in 2007 when working as a postdoctoral fellow researcher at the University of Texas at Austin. Recently, he has much dived into graphene or nanocarbon-based membrane materials for gas and liquid separations, which had given significant impacts on the membrane science community. He has also performed fundamental researches in membrane materials guidelines for energy-saving separation processes using polymeric and promising nanomaterials such as carbon nanotube, graphene, and metal-organic framework.
Honors and Awards
Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) Excellent Scientist Award (2008) North American Membrane Society (NAMS) Outstanding Young Scientist Award (2007) Korea Research Foundation (KRF) Postdoctoral Fellow (2005) The Membrane Society of Korea (MSK) Excellent Scientific Paper Award (2003) Hanyang University Excellent Scientific Thesis Award (2002) Brain Korea 21 (BK21) Graduate Fellowship (2000) Hanyang University Scholarship (1993)

Contact Us:

Hanyang University
Fusion Technology Center (FTC) Building 9th Floor 920
Seoul 04763, Korea
tel Tel : +82 (02) 2220-2338
fax Fax : +82 (02) 2291-5982
mail E-mail : badtzhb@hanyang.ac.kr