Jeong-Bong Lee is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and head of the Micro Nano Devices and Systems Laboratory (MiNDS). His research interests include:
- RF MEMS. Micromachined 3D high Q inductors (solenoid, spiral, toroidal) for RF front-end, On-chip tunable 3D solenoid inductors, RF MEMS Switches
- Bio MEMS. Wireless micro-neuro transponder for neuroprosthetics, Nanoporous microcapsules for islet encapsulation, Microfluidics by EWOD, Microneedle array for painless drug delivery applications
- Photonics MEMS. MEMS-based tunable nano-photonic crystals, Thermo-optic tunable light modulator
- Polymeric MEMS. MEMS-based tunable grating,
- Actuators. Metallic micro/nano grippers, Polymer microgrippers for biological sample manipulation, Improved optoelectronic device packaging using MEMS
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SU-8 has been widely used in a variety of applications for creating structures in micro-scale as well as sub-micron scales for more than 15 years. One of the most common structures made of SU-8 is tall (up to millimeters) ...
We report the fabrication and characterization of a reversible resonant frequency tunable antenna based on liquid metal actuation. The antenna is composed of a coplanar waveguide fed monopole stub printed on a copper-clad ...
Photonic crystals have been widely investigated since they have great potential to manipulate the flow of light in an ultra-compact-scale and enable numerous innovative applications. 2D slab photonic crystals for the ...
Fabrication of a Microneedle/CNT Hierarchical Micro/Nano Surface Electrochemical Sensor and its In-Vitro Glucose Sensing Characterization We report fabrication of a microneedle-based three-electrode integrated electrochemical sensor and in-vitro characterization of this sensor for glucose sensing applications. A piece of silicon was sequentially dry and wet ...
Galinstan has the potential to replace mercury-one of the most popular liquid metals. However, the easy oxidation of Galinstan restricts wide applicability of the material. In this paper, we report an effective reduction ...