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Professor LEE Byoung Ho Develops High Technology Color Filter

  • May 26, 2015
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Professor LEE Byoung Ho
Professor LEE Byoung Ho

Professor Lee Byoung Ho’s research team (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) has developed a color filter that can display all three primary colors. Currently, a series of colors is generally expressed by a combination of at least three primary color pixels. Professor Lee developed a structure comprising a metal cavity and a nanoaperture, also referred to as a cavity-aperture, to simultaneously control the color and intensity of transmitted light in a single pixel. This design method may be helpful in developing various photonic devices, such as micro-imaging systems and multiplexed sensors.

Summary by LEE HeeUn, SNU English Editor,
Proofread by Melora Brett Briana Johnson,

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