Jae-Hyun Chung is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical
Engineering at University of Washington. Dr. Chung earned his Ph.D. in
2004 from Northwestern University in the field of electric field guided
assembly of molecules. His research interests include mircro/nanoscale
manufacturing, wearable sensors, and molecular assembly. Dr. Chung has
authored 55 peer reviewed publications and has invented 8 US and
international patents pending and awarded.
- Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, 2004
- M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, 1997
- B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, 1995
- S. Inoue, H.-B. Lee, A.L. Becker, K.M. Weigel, J.-H. Kim, K.-H. Lee, G.A. Cangelosi and J.-H. Chung, Dielectrophoretic characterization of antibiotic-treated Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex cells, Analytical Bioanalytical Chemistry, 407(25), 7673, 2015.
- J.H. Kim, M. Hiraiwa, H.B. Lee, K.H. Lee, G. A. Cangelosi and J.H. Chung, “Electrolyte-free Amperometric Immunosensor using a Dendritic Nanotip”, RSC Advances, 3, 4281~4287, 2013.
- J.-H. Kim, W.-H. Yeo, Z. Shu, S. Soelberg, S. Inoue, D. Kalyanasundaram, J. Ludwig, C. Furlong, J. Riley, K. Weigel, G. A. Cangelosi, K. Oh, K.-H. Lee, D. Gao, and J.-H. Chung, “Immunosensor towards Low-Cost, Rapid Screening of Tuberculosis”, Lab on a chip, 12 (8), 1437~1440, 2012.
- W. H. Yeo, J. H. Chung, Y. Liu, and K. H. Lee, “Size specific concentration of DNA to a nanostructured tip using dielectrophoresis and capillary action”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113(31), 10849~10858, 2009.
- K. Oh, J. H. Chung, J. J. Riley, Y. Liu, and W. K. Liu, “Fluid Flow-Assisted Dielectrophoretic Assembly of Nanowires”, Langmuir, 23, 11932-11940, 2007.
Honors & awards
- NSF CAREER Award
- McMinn Endowed Professorship
- Samsung Electronics Humantech Thesis Award
Light, efficient sensors recognize human movement
UW ME researchers are creating sensors that can better detect human movement and can be used with a new wearable eye tracker.
UW spinout aims for motion-detecting paper
Somalytics, a startup spun out of research by ME's Jae-Hyun Chung, aims to detect eye and body movement using sensors embedded in paper.
Chung wins WE-REACH funding
Jae-Hyun Chung is developing a portable COVID-19 test using an innovative nanotube sensor technology.