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Jungyul Park

Jungyul Park, PhD
Shinsu-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, 121-742, Korea
Assistant professor in Mechanical Engineering
Sogang University
(Tel)+82-2-705-8642
(Mobile)+82-10-5613-1021
Email: sortpark@sogang.ac.kr

Fields of Interest

Design, fabrication and analysis of BioMEMS (mainly for cell chips and tissue engineering: cell signaling, cell sampling and separation, cell manipulation, cell patterning, cell mechanics, cell hybridization)
Manipulation, characterization and identification of cells/bio-molecules using micro/nano technology
Ultra precise control for micro/nano manipulation

Education

Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea March 2000 ~ February 2005
Ph. D in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Fluidpower Application and Production Automation laboratory
Advisor: Prof. Kyo-Il Lee
Thesis Title: “Design and Analysis of MEMS based Cell Manipulation System for Cellomics”

Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea March 1998 ~ February 2000
M.S. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Fluidpower Application and Production Automation laboratory
Advisor: Prof. Kyo-Il Lee
Thesis Title: “Design of Integrated Neuro-Controller for an Engine/Automatic Transmission System Considering an Optimal Line Pressure”

Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea March 1994 ~ February 1998
B.S in Mechanical Design and Production Engineering

Research Experience

Sogang University, Mechanical Engineering, Seoul, Korea Aug. 2007 ~ present
Assistant Professor, Nanobiosystems and Manipulation Lab

Johns Hopkins University, Biomedical Engineering, Baltimore, USA May 2006 ~ Aug. 2007
Postdoctoral Fellow, Signal Transduction and Cell-Cell Communication Lab

- Design and fabrication of a microplatform to control activation between T cell and pMHC
- Study for mechanotransduction of cells in micro/nanoenvironment.

Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea March 2005 ~ April 2006
Postdoctoral Fellow, Microsystem Research Center

- Design and fabrication of hybrid biopolymer actuator using self-organized cardiac cell
Design and fabrication of new concept hybrid biopolymer actuator using self-organized cardiac cell, which can be operated without external power source, such as electric, electromagnetic, pneumatic, and thermal origin. It is utilized for micropump, power generator, and micro-nano actuator for nanorobot.
- Design and fabrication of manipulation devices for biological cells using dielectrophoresis
Excellent experience in fabrication of microfluidic devices for manipulating biological cells. Good knowledge and experience in the theory of dielectrophoresis which is used to rotate, transport, and separate biological cells. Good simulation knowledge about FEM (CFDRC, ANSYS, FEMLab) for analysis of multi-physics in BioMEMS.
- Modeling, fabrication and performance evaluation of polypyrrole actuators
Modeling and measurement of the bending force in polyoyrrole actuators. Good Knowledge about polymer actuators.
- Modeling and control of a micro-nano robot
Design and fabrication of 3-DOF micro-mobile robot for micromanipulation. Experience in the theory of piezoelectric actuators.
- Design and control of a micromanipulation system
Design of a sensorized microgripper using FEM (ANSYS). Identification and adaptive control of the sensorized micro gripper.

Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea March 1998 ~ February 2002
Research Assistant, Institute of Advanced Machinery and Design
- Design and performance evaluation of a Multi-DOF Micro Accelerometer
- Design and Control of an Engine/Automatic Transmission System Considering an Optimal Line Pressure
- Development of real-time FDI system for ship's propulsion system
- Development of hydraulic system for CVT to improve fuel economy of vehicles
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