Dr. Kim completed his undergraduate studies in Department of Physics from Korea University in 2007 and obtained Ph.D. degree from Department of Physics, KAIST, South Korea in 2014. He was a postdoc (2014) at the same group where he received his Ph.D in 2014. After then he worked as a postdoc researcher in Prof. Edo Waks' group at University of Maryland between 2014~2017. Aug. 2017 he have joined at UNIST, department of Physics and school of Natural Science as an assistant professor. He has expertise in optical characterization, fabrication, and manipulation of solid-state quantum emitters such as quantum dots. His expertise mainly focuses on solid-state quantum photonics for fundamental studies of quantum optics and realization of integrated quantum devices.