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USTAR Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Kim is a USTAR Assistant Professor at the University of Utah College of Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is currently teaching the Microsensors and Actuators course and PhD dissertation. Dr. Kim’s service to the academic community involves being on the Faculty Recruiting Committee, and as an advisor in the Korean Student Association.
His research focuses on nano/micro fluidics systems (compressible gas, incompressible liquid), investigating bio MEMS, micro chromatography, micro packaging/encapsulation, nano fabrication, energy harvesting, and system integration and reliability.