Patents by Inventor Kie-Moon Sung

Kie-Moon Sung has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20200017705
    Abstract: Disclosed is a coating material for a coating layer of an injection mold, the coating material including 100 parts by weight of a resin composition and about 30 to 40 parts by weight of a curing agent. The resin composition includes an amount of about 40 to 50 wt % of a first acrylic resin, an amount of about 5 to 15 wt % of a second acrylic resin having a weight average molecular weight less than a weight average molecular weight of the first acrylic resin, an amount of about 10 to 15 wt % of a carbon component, an amount of about 0.5 to 2 wt % of a matting agent, an amount of about 0.1 to 0.3 wt % of a catalyst and an amount of about 20 to 35 wt % of a solvent, all the wt % are based on the total weight of the resin composition.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 5, 2018
    Publication date: January 16, 2020
    Inventors: Kyeong Hoon Jang, In Soo Han, Dae Sik Kim, Jae Hyun An, Seul Yi, Ik Jin Jung, Ju Seong Park, Soon Joon Jung, Seung Sik Han, Jae Beom Ahn, Yong Chul Lee, Kie Moon Sung, Soon Gi Kim, Hak Soon Choi
  • Publication number: 20170190802
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 19, 2017
    Publication date: July 6, 2017
    Applicant: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung
  • Patent number: 9074293
    Abstract: Disclosed are a porous electroformed shell for forming a grain pattern and a manufacturing method thereof. The method includes the step of causing an epoxy mandrel to be conductive by formation of a conductive thin film thereon; transferring a non-conductive masking pattern on the conductive thin film by using a masking film; generating and growing a fine pore at the position of the non-conductive masking pattern through electroforming; and demolding an electrodeposited layer having the fine pore from the epoxy mandrel, Through the disclosed method, precise control, both as a whole or in part, on a diameter, a formation position, and a density of a fine pore can be simply, economically, and efficiently can be carried out according to various curved shapes of the electroformed shell.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 28, 2010
    Date of Patent: July 7, 2015
    Assignee: MOLTEX CO., LTD.
    Inventors: Kie-Moon Sung, Man-Jae Weon, Kyung-Ho Lee, Young-Min Park
  • Publication number: 20140206860
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 22, 2013
    Publication date: July 24, 2014
    Applicant: MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung
  • Patent number: 8563081
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 22, 2013
    Date of Patent: October 22, 2013
    Assignee: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung
  • Publication number: 20130197214
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 22, 2013
    Publication date: August 1, 2013
    Applicant: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung
  • Patent number: 8357424
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 12, 2009
    Date of Patent: January 22, 2013
    Assignee: Massachusetts Institue of Technology
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung
  • Publication number: 20120024709
    Abstract: Disclosed are a porous electroformed shell for forming a grain pattern and a manufacturing method thereof. The method includes the step of causing an epoxy mandrel to be conductive by formation of a conductive thin film thereon; transferring a non-conductive masking pattern on the conductive thin film by using a masking film; generating and growing a fine pore at the position of the non-conductive masking pattern through electroforming; and demolding an electrodeposited layer having the fine pore from the epoxy mandrel, Through the disclosed method, precise control, both as a whole or in part, on a diameter, a formation position, and a density of a fine pore can be simply, economically, and efficiently can be carried out according to various curved shapes of the electroformed shell.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 28, 2010
    Publication date: February 2, 2012
    Inventors: Kie-Moon Sung, Man-Jae Weon, Kyung-Ho Lee, Young-Min Park
  • Publication number: 20090124780
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 12, 2009
    Publication date: May 14, 2009
    Applicant: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung
  • Patent number: 7476442
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 17, 2003
    Date of Patent: January 13, 2009
    Assignee: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung
  • Publication number: 20040077844
    Abstract: Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize growth. Nanoparticle spheres are functionalized in a controlled manner in order to enable covalent linkages. Functionalization of nanoparticles is accomplished by either ligand exchange or chemical modification of the terminal functional groups of the capping ligand. Nanoparticle chains are obtained by a variety of connectivity modes such as direct coupling, use of linker molecules, and use of linear polymeric templates. In particular, a versatile building block system is obtained through controlled monofunctionalization of nanoparticles.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 17, 2003
    Publication date: April 22, 2004
    Inventors: Joseph M. Jacobson, David W. Mosley, Kie-Moon Sung