Jeong Han

i3 Systems

South Korea


Jeong was awarded the 2021 POSCO TJ Park Technology Prize for pioneering the development of infrared image sensors in South Korea, helping make the country only the seventh in the world to mass produce such sensors.

(Photo: POSCO TJ Park)

  • 2021 POSCO TJ Park Technology Prize

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