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Dennis Kang

PhD student

E-Mail: donggun.kang@tu-dresden.de
Phone: +4935146330407
Room: MBZ 409
Group: tribology of nanomaterials
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Dennis (Donggun) received his integrated master’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering (Industrial Management) with 1st Class Honours at The University of Sheffield (UK) in 2020. His thesis was based on ‘Tribocorrosion testing of low-temperature triode plasma nitrided (TPN) alloys for biomedical applications’ under the supervision of Dr. Adrian Leyland.
In December 2020, he continued as a PhD student in Otto-Schott Institute of Materials Research at the University of Jena (Germany) under Prof. Dr. Enrico Gnecco’s guidance on ‘Nanotribology in Liquid’. He is investigating the influence of solvents on nanoscale friction at the sliding contact with an Atomic Force Microscope. Dennis joined our chair in TU Dresden to continue the project he began while back in Jena.




Kang

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Dennis Kang

PhD student

E-Mail: donggun.kang@tu-dresden.de
Phone: +4935146330407
Room: MBZ 409
Group: tribology of nanomaterials
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Dennis (Donggun) received his integrated master’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering (Industrial Management) with 1st Class Honours at The University of Sheffield (UK) in 2020. His thesis was based on ‘Tribocorrosion testing of low-temperature triode plasma nitrided (TPN) alloys for biomedical applications’ under the supervision of Dr. Adrian Leyland.
In December 2020, he continued as a PhD student in Otto-Schott Institute of Materials Research at the University of Jena (Germany) under Prof. Dr. Enrico Gnecco’s guidance on ‘Nanotribology in Liquid’. He is investigating the influence of solvents on nanoscale friction at the sliding contact with an Atomic Force Microscope. Dennis joined our chair in TU Dresden to continue the project he began while back in Jena.