■ Nano-Spin Devices
Our research focuses on the fabrication and invention of magnetoresistive sensor and considering various approaches – sensor structures, sensing materials, pattern design and bio-applications. Through our research, we will develop emerging materials and design of high sensitivity and high resolution magnetic resistive sensor using by planar hall effect.
Magnetophoresis is to investigate movement of magnetizable particles through a fluid under the action of a magnetic field. Here, we are developing magnetophoretic circuits for transporting and separating single magnetic particles and cells along programmable pathways in microfluidic environments, which could be considerably meaningful to unmask single-cell heterogeneity and pave a way for new medical breakthroughs. Furthermore, we are interested in microfluidic chips intergrated with planar Hall magnetoresistive (PHR) sensors for monitoring the magnetic response of directed entities and the analysis of biomolecules.
■ Nano-Bio materials
Our research focuses on the synthesis and applications of magnetic nanoparticles and nanowires using various approaches of sonochemical, thermal decomposition, hydrothermal and electrochemical methods. We are interested in mainly two types of applications are the biomedical applications and catalytic applications of these smart materials including biosensors, and both environmental and industrial catalyst applications.
Advisor Professor : Kim, CheolGi
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