Professor Kim's research interest is in the interdisciplinary area of solid mechanics of small scale material structures, or the nano and micromechanics of solids. He is currently directing the Nano and Micromechanics Laboratory where research is aimed at the advancement of science and technology for proper development and improvement of technological infrastructures for the transition from an industrial society to an information society.
Kyung-Suk Kim is currently a Professor of Engineering and a member of Solids and Structures Group at Brown University, directing the Nano and Micromechanics Laboratory. Professor Kim has played a central role in understanding and utilizing mechanical behavior of nanostructures by developing creative theories and conducting precision experiments. In particular, he leads his respective field of research by providing fundamental theories for the motion and deformation as well as for the formation and assembly of nanostructures.
KYUNG-SUK KIM, PhD
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Engineering Science Medalist
John Simon Guggenheim Fellow
KwanAk DaeSang (Distinguished Alumni Award) of Seoul National University
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