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 The main research interest in our research group is to develop novel dual-catalytic systems for challenging chemical transformations. In detail, we focus on the development of dual-transition metal-catalyzed asymmetric hydrofunctionalization of unsaturated hydrocarbons and metallaphotoredox-catalyzed mild C(sp3)-H functionalization. We also eager to understand the reaction mechanism of the developed catalytic methods by capturing and analyzing the reaction intermediates.


  • (Ph.D.) 2017 한국과학기술원 (KAIST) 화학과
  • (B.S.) 2012 한국과학기술원 (KAIST) 화학과


  • 2020 – 현재 성균관대학교 화학과 조교수
  • 2018 – 2020 박사후 연구원, MIT 화학과
  • 2017 – 2018 연구위원, 기초과학연구원 분자활성촉매반응연구단

학술지 논문

  • (2024)  Catalytic Synthesis of Carbonyl Compounds Using Acyl Fluorides, Carbamoyl Fluorides, and Fluoroformates: An Overview.  ASIAN JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY.  1,  1
  • (2023)  Electrocatalytic Access to Azetidines via Intramolecular Allylic Hydroamination: Scrutinizing Key Oxidation Steps through Electrochemical Kinetic Analysis.  JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY.  145,  28
  • (2023)  Palladium-Catalyzed Electrooxidative Hydrofluorination of Aryl-Substituted Alkenes with a Nucleophilic Fluorine Source.  ORGANIC LETTERS.  25,  1
  • (2022)  Electrocatalytic Radical-Polar Crossover Hydroetherification of Alkenes with Phenols.  ACS CATALYSIS.  12,  17
  • (2022)  Copper Hydride-Catalyzed Enantioselective Olefin Hydromethylation.  JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY.  1,  1
  • (2022)  Exogenous Ligand-Free NiH-Catalyzed Hydroacylation of Aryl Alkenes with Aroyl Fluorides.  ORGANIC LETTERS.  24,  29
  • (2019)  Engaging Aldehydes in CuH-Catalyzed Reductive Coupling Reactions: Stereoselective Allylation with Unactivated 1,3-Diene Pronucleophiles.  ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION.  58,  47
  • (2019)  Oxidatively Induced Reductive Elimination: Exploring the Scope and Catalyst Systems with Ir, Rh, and Ru Complexes.  JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY.  141,  9