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Kim, Taesung (김태성)

Department
Department of Mechanical Engineering(기계공학과)
Website
http://www.ufnm.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Microfluidics & Nanomechatronics Lab. (미세유체 및 나노메카트로닉스 연구실)
Research Keywords
미세유체역학, 바이오멤스, 나노메카트로닉스, Microfluidics, BioMEMS, Nanomechanics
Research Interests
The long term research goal of MicroFluidics and NanoMechatronics (uFNM) lab. is to create novel micro-/nanofluidic technologies that develop a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary research fields. Currently, of uFNM lab. focuses on four research fields such as Microfluidics (Fluid Mechanics at Micro/Nano-scale), NanoMechatronics (Automation of Micro-/Nano scale Systems and Device), Multi-Physics simulation (Numerical Simulation of Fluids, Ions, Colloids and Devices) and Printing in 2D and 3D Manners (Micro/Nanofabrication)
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2010-09Microfabricated ratchet structures for concentrating and patterning motile bacterial cellsKim, Sang Yub; Lee, Eun Se; Lee, Ho Jae, et alARTICLE830 Microfabricated ratchet structures for concentrating and patterning motile bacterial cells
2010-06Current Application of Micro/Nano-Interfaces to Stimulate and Analyze Cellular ResponsesCho, Yoon-Kyoung; Shin, Heungjoo; Lee, Sung Kuk, et alARTICLE946 Current Application of Micro/Nano-Interfaces to Stimulate and Analyze Cellular Responses
2010-01Synthetic Biology for Biofuels: Building Designer Microbes from the ScratchGhim, Cheol-Min; Kim, Taesung; Mitchell, Robert J., et alARTICLE1093 Synthetic Biology for Biofuels: Building Designer Microbes from the Scratch
2009-06Patterned delivery and expression of gene constructs into zebrafish embryos using microfabricated interfacesBansal, Tushar; Lenhart, Justin; Kim, Taesung, et alARTICLE668 Patterned delivery and expression of gene constructs into zebrafish embryos using microfabricated interfaces
2009-05Biomolecular motor-driven molecular sorterKim, Taesung; Cheng, Li-Jing; Kao, Ming-Tse, et alARTICLE736 Biomolecular motor-driven molecular sorter
2009-02Generating steep, shear-free gradients of small molecules for cell cultureKim, Taesung; Pinelis, Mikhail; Maharbiz, Michel MARTICLE685 Generating steep, shear-free gradients of small molecules for cell culture
2008-07Nanofluidic concentration of selectively extracted biomolecule anattes by microtubulesKim, Taesung; Meyhofer, EdgarARTICLE593 Nanofluidic concentration of selectively extracted biomolecule anattes by microtubules
2008-05Nanomechanical model of microtubule translocation in the presence of electric fieldsKim, Taesung; Kao, Ming-Tse; Hasselbrink, Ernest F., et alARTICLE597 Nanomechanical model of microtubule translocation in the presence of electric fields
2007-08Biomolecular motor-driven microtubule translocation in the presence of shear flow: modeling microtubule deflection due to shearKim, Taesung; Meyhofer, Edgar; Hasselbrink, Ernest F.ARTICLE729 Biomolecular motor-driven microtubule translocation in the presence of shear flow: modeling microtubule deflection due to shear
2007-01Active alignment of microtubules with electric fieldsKim, Taesung; Kao, Ming-Tse; Hasselbrink, Ernest F., et alARTICLE659 Active alignment of microtubules with electric fields
2007-01Biomolecular motor-driven microtubule translocation in the presence of shear flow: analysis of redirection behavioursKim, Taesung; Kao, Ming-Tse; Meyhofer, Edgar, et alARTICLE587 Biomolecular motor-driven microtubule translocation in the presence of shear flow: analysis of redirection behaviours
2003-09Design and performance evaluation of a 3-DOF mobile microrobot for micromanipulationPark, Jungyul; Kim, Deockho; Kim, Byungkyu, et alARTICLE670

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