Research Personnel


Dr. JEON
Director / CEO

Language: Korean, English


Career


  • Current CEO of Biocera Co., Ltd.
  • Current Director, Daesung Ceramic Research Center, Biocera Co., Ltd.
  • Current Research Professor of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Parts, Woosuk University Industry-University Cooperation Foundation
  • Former Researcher of Ceramic Technology Institute (Development of bio-biobacterial agent for the first time in Korea)

Education


  • Ph.D. in Ceramic Inorganic Engineering

Affiliations


  • American Water Quality Association (WQA) Certified Water Specialist (CWS) certification
  • Served as a member of the National Institute of Technology and Standards in the field of antibacterial
  • Awarded the Minister of Environment Award
  • New Knowledge Patent Person Award
  • Industry-Academic Director, Korean Water Society

Thesis


  • Sapphire single crystal growth by Verneuil method
  • Rutile (TiO2) single crystal growth by Verneuil method
  • Sapphire Ribbon single crystal growth by EFG method
  • Evaluation of Selectivity and Characteristics of β-SiC Thin Film Deposition according to Substrate-Mask Material
  • TiO2 synthesis and photocatalytic properties by solution method
  • Synthesis of TiO2 fine particles by emulsion method and light absorption characteristics.

Main Research Areas


  • Master of all ceramic processes from ceramic raw material combination, grinding, forming, drying, firing, processing, and production (1986-1992)
  • Research on electrical and electronic insulators, insulators, dielectrics, piezoelectric materials, resistance cases, porcelain, insulators and semiconductor ceramics
  • Research on wear-resistant alumina ceramics, high-temperature-resistant, thermal shock-resistant petalite, and thermally expansive cordierite structural ceramics
  • For the first time in Korea, joint research on various military ceramics such as bulletproof, missile defense, optical fiber, and zirconia ferrol with the best ceramic scientists in Korea and Japan (1986~1992)
  • Collaborative research on the growth of crystal crystals such as white sapphire, ruby, blue sapphire, rutile, and cubic zirconia with Soviet, French, and American scientists (1987~1992)
  • Korea’s first, antibacterial ceramic ball bead combination molding development and commercialization for water purification (Ceramic Technology Research Institute 1993)
  • Established Daesung Ceramic Research Center (1994)
  • Acquired antibacterial hygiene mark SF as the first PLA-CERA antibacterial agent in Korea. Applied to Comex Industrial Bio water bottle plastic (1995)
  • Silver nano antibacterial agent applied to colored paper, crayons, pencils, paints, silicone, rubber gloves, etc. (1995)
  • Developed the first sol-gel photocatalyst titania in Korea. Commercialization of air purification filters and materials that remove indoor sick house syndrome (1995)
  • Developed the first laundry ball in Korea to wash without detergent with Piezo ceramic ball (1997)
  • Commercialization of Ato-Zero Happy Shower with RC chlorine-removing ceramic ball, the first in Korea (1999)
  • Daesung Ceramic Research Institute incorporated as BIOCERA Co., Ltd. (2000)
  • Contributing to the KS antibacterial test standard for BIOCERA Silver-Hydroxyapatite-based antibacterial agents as a member of the National Technical Standards Committee for Korea KS Standards
  • After the world's first commercialization of the first-generation alkali reduction simple water purifier zerg, the second-generation commercialization of Biocera A.A water purification zerg with a German company (2001~2007)
  • Antioxidant Alkaline Water BIOCERA A.A (Antioxidant Alkaline) Brand Planning (2007)
  • Exported Biocera A.A (Antioxidant Alkaline) water purifier filter to Southeast Asia, America, Europe, Middle East, Australia, etc.
  • The world's first, NSF International, the world's leading certification body for drinking water, passed the 2007 test with 8 BIOCERA BALL items. NSF International's NSF/ANSI 42 certification was obtained (2009)
  • Hydrogen fuel cell parts and applied technology regional innovation center at Woosuk University and hydrogen generation catalyst development (2009)
  • Presented a seminar on the topic of pH Increasing Alkaline Mineral Water Filter After Reverse Osmosis at the WQA exhibition in the U.S. for the first time in the world (2011)
  • Presentation of regular seminars and exhibitions related to hydrogen alkaline water such as WQA, Aquatech, and International Hydrogen Water Forum

Research Technology Projects by Water, Air, and Antibacterial fields


Water R&D Project

  • Hydrogen fuel cell parts and applied technology regional innovation center of Woosuk University and hydrogen generation catalyst development
  • Relationship between minerals and ceramic balls
  • Development of alkali and antioxidant water purification ceramic catalyst
  • Good water protects our body
  • Generating Hydrogen, Alkalizing and pH boosting by the Ceramic Ball Filter


Air R&D Project

  • Improvement of air quality in residential environment using nano ceramic coating agent
  • Development of eco-friendly bio-coating agent and VOCs reduction technology of building materials using it
  • Measurement result of indoor VOCs and HCHO emission according to the application of Biocera coating agent
  • Development of adsorption decomposition technology of inorganic composite material with VOCs removal function
  • Development of odor removal technology for automobile air conditioning equipment using optical semiconducting inorganic deodorant


Antibacterial R&D Project

  • Development of antibacterial packaging materials
  • As a member of the National Technical Standards Committee for Korea KS Standards, numerous inorganic antibacterial agents KS antibacterial test standards established

Publications


  • Life comes from water and goes to water
  • Our body wants antioxidant hydrogen alkali
  • Cure The Incurable
  • We Are Alkaline Water
  • Biocera Health Care News

BRED 

Deputy Director / Senior Research Engineer

Language: Korean, English


Career


  • Current Senior Researcher, Daesung Ceramic Research Institute, Biocera Co., Ltd.
  • Former Haengnamgi Technology Research Center

Education


  • Chonnam National University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering (Bachelor) (Ceramic Engineering Major)

Thesis


  • A Study on the Microstructure and Dielectric Piezoelectric Characteristics of ZrO2 Addition during Sintering of Laminated Pb-free Piezoelectric Ceramics (Bachelor's)

Main Research Achievements


  • Development of lightweight ceramic ceramic products using organic Micro Balloon
  • Development of ceramic ball and filter type products for stable production of weak alkaline water at pH8.5 (bio fusion material commercialization support project)
  • Evaluation of antioxidant activity of functional alkaline water using ceramic balls (research-linked R&D support project)
  • Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory efficacy study on Biocera Hydrogen A.A Mineral and alkaline filter water, alkaline picker water, and RO water (Collaborative research with Yonsei University Wonju Severance Christian Hospital Medical School)

Main Research Areas


  • Ceramic Porcelain Characteristics Assessment
  • Functional test of BIOCERA A.A (Antioxidant Hydrogen Alkaline Mineral) Water Filter
  • Hydrogen A.A Mineral (Antioxidant Alkaline) Characterization and Application

Future Research Areas


  • Development of ceramic balls and filter-type products that continuously elute large amounts of hydrogen using metal catalysts
  • Developed ceramic balls and filter-type products that elute a large number of minerals
  • Development of functional carbon block filter type products to reduce carcinogen trihalomethane (THM)

LUCAS
Research Engineer

Language: Korean, English, Japanese


Career


  • Current Senior Researcher, Daesung Ceramic Research Institute, Biocera Co., Ltd.

Education


  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Dongguk University (Master)
  • Kyushu University, Japan (graduate doctoral course completion)

Thesis


  • A study on the improvement of electro-optical properties of polymer-stabilized blue-phase liquid crystals (Master's)

Main Research Achievements


1. Research project

  • Development of eco-friendly LED phosphor paste high-precision packing technology – Technology development project at the University of Industry-University Cooperation
  • Chirality dependence evaluation of phase behavior of nematic liquid crystal phase with blue phase


2. Academic Papers

  • Hong, S. K., Kim, C., Park, S. J., & Kikuchi, H. (2013). Blue phase stability of n-OCB homologue chiral nematic liquid crystal mixtures. Liquid Crystals, 40 (4), 446-449
  • C. Kim, at all (2014) Electro-Optical Properties of Electric Field-Induced-Polymer Stabilization at Blue Phase of Chiral Nematic Liquid Crystal, Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 593:1, 126-132


3. Conference presentation

  • Effect of inducing electric field on blue phase polymer-stabilization (Korea Liquid Crystal Conference)
  • Advantage of electric field induced blue phase polymer-stabilization Effect of charged particle in polymer-stabilized blue phase liquid crystal (24th ILCC)
  • Observation of phase behavior liquid crystal blue phases in ultraviolet region by UV polarizing optical microscope and their dielectric properties (ACLC 2015)

Main Research Areas


  • Study on improvement of blue phase liquid crystal properties
  • A study on the improvement of sintering and properties of silica phosphors
  • Study on polymer thin film coating and dispersion stabilization

Future Research Areas


  • Manufacture of eco-friendly sterilized water
  • Development of chlorine removal kit for ornamental fish

CAMILA

Assistant Research Engineer

Language: Korean, English


Career


  • Current, Biocera, Daesung Ceramic Research Institute, Chief Researcher
  • Former, Nonghyup Economic Holding Co., Ltd, Food Research Institute

Education


  • Kyung Hee University, Department of Food Science and Technology (Master)
  • Semyung University Faculty of Food and Nutrition (Bachelor)

Thesis


  • Effect of coffee cream, powdered skim milk, and sugar in instant coffee on volatile aroma components (Master's)

Main Research Achievements


  • Analysis of soil, water quality and agricultural products for GAP certification (Research performance of the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation)
  • Gyeonggi-do Local Food and School Meal Residual Pesticide Analysis Study (Gyeonggi Agricultural Food Distribution Division & Agricultural and Fisheries Promotion Agency)
  • Container and packaging material analysis manual development research GC commentary (Research project of the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety)

Main Research Areas


  • Equipment analysis: pesticide residues (GC-MS/MS, LC-MS/MS, HPLC, GC-NPD, GC-ECD), heavy metals (ICP-OES, ICP-MS), water organic phosphorus (GG NPD), volatility Organic compounds (GC-MS/Purge & Trap). Chlorine/Nitrogen Cyanide (Ion Chromatography), Phenol
  • Analysis of fragrance components and volatile components: Headspace analysis of liquid samples such as coffee, wine, and sesame oil
  • Oriental medicine food expert: Food development applied to medicinal botany, herbal medicine, herbal medicine, herbal medicine

Future Research Areas


  • Development of health food that can realize the value of Biocera
  • Development of agricultural filters for safe agricultural production
  • Commercialized after testing on agricultural filter farms

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