Chiral metamaterials, Self-assembled metamaterials, Active nanoplasmonic metamaterials, Nonlinear ultrafast photonics, Graphene metamaterials, Analytical and numerical modeling
Sang Soon stuided physics at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in South Korea. During his PhD course, he visited University of St. Andrews in Scotland (2004-2005). Follwoing his PhD, he worked at Electronics Telecommunications Research Insitute (ETRI) in South Korea for three years (2007-2010) and moved to University of Surrey, UK (2010). Since 2011, he has been working in Condensed Matter Theory (CMTH) Group in the Department of Physics and Optical Semiconductor Device (OSD) Group in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department at Imperial College London. Currently he is working at the CMTH Group.
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