Prof. Oh's current research interests include nanofabrication process of periodic metallic nanostructures for energy and environmental applications, and micro-bonding and coating for extreme applications. Prof. Oh especially has been working on microstructural characterization using analytical TEM and crystallographic tools for phase, texture and interfacial studies. Prior to these research topics, he was actively involved in mechanical behaviors of metallic materials.


Nano Patterning & Particles Assembling

Thin-film dewetting, Metallic nanoparticles, Nanoparticles assembling, Plasmonics

Thin Film Deposition Process

Reflectory metal CVD, Pulsed laser deposition,

Electronic packaging process

Nano Crystallography of Materials

Thin-film crystallography, EBSD analysis, Deformed metal structure


1988 - 1991, M.S & Ph.D

Materials Science and Engineering 

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) 

1983 - 1986 B.S. 

Metallurgical Science and Engineering

Yonsei University, Seoul



2018 - 2020 

Vice President for the Office of International Affairs 

Hanbat National University

2007 - 2008  Visiting Scholar

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

2020 - 2022  

Director of University Planning 

Hanbat National University

1992 - 2001  Senior Researcher

Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)