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Nuclear Power: Is It Blessing Or Disaster in East Asia?
Yong Han Kim
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 2012,
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Disaster And Evacuation Guide: Is It Sufficient To Foreigners?
Yong Han Kim
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 2012,
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Recent progress in atomistic simulation of electrical current DNA sequencing
Han Seul Kim,Yong-Hoon Kim
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1016/j.bios.2015.02.020
Abstract: We review recent advances in the DNA sequencing based on the measurement of transverse electrical currents. Device configurations proposed in the literature are classified according to whether the molecular fingerprints appear as the major (Mode I) or perturbing (Mode II) current signals. Scanning tunneling microscope and tunneling electrode gap configurations belong to the former category, while the nanochannels with or without an embedded nanopore belong to the latter. The molecular sensing mechanisms of Modes I and II roughly correspond to the electron tunneling and electrochemical gating, respectively. Special emphasis will be given on the computer simulation studies, which have been playing a critical role in the initiation and development of the field. We also highlight low-dimensional nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, and graphene nanoribbons that allow the novel Mode II approach. Finally, several issues in previous computational studies are discussed, which points to future research directions toward more reliable simulation of electrical current DNA sequencing devices.
Development of IEC61850 Based Substation Engineering Tools with IEC61850 Schema Library  [PDF]
Yong Hak Kim, Jeon Yeol Han, You Jin Lee, Yong Ho An, In Jun Song
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy (SGRE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/sgre.2011.23030
Abstract: IEC 61850 allows the replacement of conventional wire based systems to communication based system with local area network. Since new engineering processes are introduced in substation, the specifications and tools are required combined with new skills across the substation engineering. In order to construct the IEC 61850 based substation automation system, the IED engineering tools as an engineering means are necessary to cope with the substation automation by full digital devices in the real power systems. Compared the configuration tools provided IEDs vendors which are able to support the operation and communication analysis between IEDs, the XML based IED integration engineering tools as substation engineering tools which are developed can build, edit and save the ICD, SCL and CID files. Particularly, the substation engineering tools are possible to apply the IEC 61850 based IEDs for the engineering process of systems and also provide the reliability and efficiency of system for the utilities and manufacturers. The developed tools are applied to test and create the SCL files for domestic-made IEDs, and then compared with the conventional tools. The reliability including accuracy of results was proved.
Comparison of the Two Followup Observation Strategies for Gravitational Microlensing Planet Searches
Cheongho Han,Yong-Gi Kim
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1086/318318
Abstract: There are two different strategies of followup observations for the detection of planets by using microlensing. One is detecting the light curve anomalies affected by the planetary caustic from continuous monitoring of all events detected by microlensing survey programs (type I strategy) and the other is detecting anomalies near the peak amplification affected by the central caustic from intensive monitoring of high amplification events (type II strategy). It was shown by Griest & Safizadeh that the type II strategy yields high planet detection efficiency per event. However, it is not known the planet detection rate by this strategy can make up a substantial fraction of the total rate. In this paper, we estimate the relative planet detection rates expected under the two followup observation strategies. From this estimation, we find that the rate under the type II strategy is substantial and will comprise $\sim 1/4$ -- 1/2 of the total rate. We also find that compared to the type I strategy the type II strategy is more efficient in detecting planets located outside of the lensing zone. We determine the optimal monitoring frequency of the type II strategy to be $\sim 20$ times/night, which can be easily achieved by the current microlensing followup programs even with a single telescope.
Immunolocalization of Ephexin-1 in the Developing Canine Cerebellum  [PDF]
Hyun Sik Park, In Youb Chang, Han Yong Kim, Sang Pil Yoon
Neuroscience & Medicine (NM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/nm.2014.51002
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Ephexin-1 functions as guanine nucleotide exchange factors for the Rho-type GTPases which have important roles in neuronal development including axon guidance, migration, morphogenesis, and plasticity of neurons. As little is known about ephexin-1 in the cerebellum, we investigated the immunolocalization of ephexin-1 in the developing canine cerebellum. While the cellular maturation was followed by the temporal pattern, the calbindin D-28k and ephexin-1 immunoreactivities gradually increased in developing canine cerebellum. When compared to the calbindin D-28k immunoreactivities, belated ephexin-1 immunolocalization was observed in the Purkinje cells which aligned a single layer during cerebellar development. These results suggest that ephexin-1 might play an important role in the development of the Purkinje cells during the first two postnatal weeks based on its immunolocalization in the present study.

Determination of Viscoelastic Property in Polyethylene Crystallization Using a Quartz Crystal Resonator
Yong Kweon Suh,Byoung Chul Kim,Young Han Kim
Sensors , 2009, DOI: 10.3390/s91209544
Abstract: A new generalized relationship between the viscoelastic properties of an overlayer placed on the electrode interface of a quartz crystal resonator and its resonant characteristic is developed from the mechanics of the quartz movement. The relationship is used to estimate the viscoelastic properties from the experimentally measured resonant characteristic. It is utilized in the estimation of viscosity and elastic shear modulus of a polyethylene overlayer during its crystallization. The measurements are compared with the viscosity and elastic shear modulus of a polyethylene melt measured using a rheometer. It is found that the development of this study is useful in the determination of viscoelastic property of polymer materials by measuring the resonant frequency and conductance of the polymer overlayer placed on the resonator electrode.
A Novel Multicast Scheme for Feedback-based Multicast Services over Wireless Networks
Kyungho Sohn, Han-Seok Kim and Young Yong Kim
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/1687-1499-2013-52
Abstract: Recently, a point-to-multipoint transmission is a promising technology in the limitation of wireless resources and surging of subscribers, and an optimal to deliver real-time streaming service such as video/audio conference, digital live cast and so on. There are two types of point-to-multipoint transmission; broadcast and multicast. Broadcast services deliver the information to all receivers in a cell and multicast services deliver the information to a multicasting group. Traditional approaches to multicast services operate by radiating transmission power with the lowest modulation level and coding rate which may be much lower than the lowest acceptable rate for all the multicast subscribers of a multicasting group. While such an approach has the advantage of simple implementation, this method may incur substantial performance penalties such as low spectral efficiency and a large amount of power consumption. To solve this issue, wireless multicasting with Channel State Information has been investigated in many research studies. However, the overhead of feedback information is a heavy drawback to the achievement of good network performance. In feedback-based multicast services, the system performance is also mostly dependent on the receivers with the lowest channel quality in a multicasting group. Hence receivers who have better channel condition can receive multicast data successfully without Channel Quality Indicator (CQI) feedback. In this point of view, the feedback-based multicast scheme should aim to achieve high resource efficiency by reducing unnecessary CQI feedback and transmission optimization by dynamically adapting Modulation and Coding Selection (MCS) level according to the variations of the channel state. We show that the proposed scheme enhances the system throughput by dynamically adapting the MCS level ccording to variations of the CQI and also reduce CQI feedback by transiting from a feedback state to a non-feedback state according to a channel gain and recent Frame Error Rate of each receiver. Finally the proposed scheme does not need any additional control signaling overhead and also can be expanded and employed in any kind of systems, such as WCDMA, WiMAX, LTE, and LTE-Advanced.
Prediction of ultra-high ON/OFF ratio nanoelectromechanical switching from covalently-bound C60 chains
Han Seul Kim,Jhinhwan Lee,Yong-Hoon Kim
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2013.09.054
Abstract: Applying a first-principles computational approach, we have systematically analyzed the effects of [2+2] cycloaddition oligomerization of fullerene C60 chains on their junction electronic and charge transport properties. For hypothetical infinite C60 chains, we first establish that the polymerization can in principle increase conductance by several orders of magnitude due to the strong orbital hybridizations and band formation. On the other hand, our simulations of the constant-height scanning tunneling microscope (STM) configuration shows that, in agreement with the recent experimental conclusion, the junction electronic structure and device characteristics are virtually unaffected by the C60 chain oligomerization. We further predict that the switching characteristics including even the ON/OFF-state assignment will sensitively depend on the substrate metal species due to the Fermi-level pinning at the substrate-side contact and the subsequent energy level bending toward the STM tip-side contact. We finally demonstrate that a force-feedbacked nanoelectromechanical approach in which both of the C60-electrode distances are kept at short distances before and after switching operations can achieve a metal-independent and significantly improved switching performance due to the Fermi-level pinning in both contacts and the large intrinsic conductance switching capacity of the C60 chain oligomerization.
Distinct mechanisms of DNA sensing based on N-doped carbon nanotubes with enhanced conductance and chemical selectivity
Han Seul Kim,Seung Jin Lee,Yong-Hoon Kim
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201301225
Abstract: Carrying out first-principles calculations, we study N-doped capped carbon nanotube (CNT) electrodes applied to DNA sequencing. While we obtain for the face-on nucleobase junction configurations a conventional conductance ordering where the largest signal results from guanine according to its high highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) level, we extract for the edge-on counterparts a distinct conductance ordering where the low-HOMO thymine provides the largest signal. The edge-on mode is shown to operate based on a novel molecular sensing mechanism that reflects the chemical connectivity between N-doped CNT caps that can act both as electron donors and electron acceptors and DNA functional groups that include the hyperconjugated thymine methyl group.
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