MEMS/NEMS Devices; Sensors and Actuators; Electronic Thin Film Devices; Energy Harvesting and Storage; Smart Materials; Condition Monitoring.

  • Electrical ceramics : ferroelectric, dielectric, and piezoelectric ceramics for the majority of electronic applications
  • Microelectronic materials and processing / Thin film science and technology : a fundamental understanding of basic science and present techniques with respect to solid state electronics, characterization of electronic materials, and thin film growth

Professor, Materials Eng in Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University

Past Affiliations

Postdoctoral, Materials Science, Argonne National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy (past)

PhD, North Carolina State University, Materials Science and Engineering, 2001
MS, Yonsei University, Korea, Electronic Ceramics, 1995
BS, Yonsei University, Korea, Ceramic Engineering, 1993
biosensors materials engineering microelectronics ferroelectricity microelectromechanical systems (mems) biological markers & sensor mechanisms materials sciences ceramic materials piezoelectric or electrostrictive mechanisms electronic materials nanotechnology
English, Japanese, Korean

Alumni Professorship, Auburn University, 2013-2018

American Welding Society
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Materials Research Society
The Electrochemical Society