Jeong-Eun Park

Jeong-Eun Park received a B.S in Chemistry from Pusan National University and her Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from Seoul National University under the supervision of Prof. Jwa-Min Nam. Then, Jeong-Eun moved to Prof. Teri W. Odom’s group at Northwestern University for her postdoctoral study and joined the Department of Chemistry at GIST in 2022.


  • 2020 Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Research Foundation, Korea
  • 2019 S-Oil Best Ph.D. Thesis Award, The Korean Academy of Science and Technology & S-Oil
  • 2019 The Best Ph.D. Thesis Award, Korean Chemical Society
  • 2017 Rising Researcher, Korean Academy of Science and Technology
  • 2012 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, Seoul National University
  • 2011 Jeongam Outstanding Student Award, Pusan National University


  • 2022 Polariton Dynamics in Two-Dimensional Ruddlesden-Popper Perovskites Strongly Coupled with Plasmonic Lattices, ACS Nano
  • 2018 Precisely Shaped, Uniformly Formed Gold Nanocubes with Ultrahigh Reproducibility in Single-Particle Scattering and Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering, Nano Letters
  • 2018 Nonnoble-Metal-Based Plasmonic Nanomaterials: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives, Advanced Materials
  • 2017 Sensitive, Quantitative Naked-Eye Biodetection with Polyhedral Cu Nanoshells, Advanced Materials
  • 2016 Highly Controlled Synthesis and Super-Radiant Photoluminescence of Plasmonic Cube-in-Cube Nanoparticles, Nano Letters