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Jang, Jaesung (장재성)

Department
Department of Mechanical Engineering(기계공학과)
Website
https://sites.google.com/site/salabunistkorean/
Lab
Sensors & Aerosols Lab. (센서 및 에어로졸 연구실)
Research Keywords
바이오센서, 센서, 입자공학, 바이오에어로졸, 센서시스템, Bio-MEMS, Bioaerosols, Aerosol Cleaning, Sensor, Aerosol Technology
Research Interests
A main topic is to develop multi-scale (MEMS, NEMS, or macro-scale) sensor systems for biomedical and industrial applications and explore the underlying physics of the sensors. Another main one is to investigate the collection, control, and detection of airborne (biological) particles and the removal of biological particles using aerosols.
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2022-07Efficient measurement of airborne viable viruses using the growth-based virus aerosol concentrator with high flow velocitiesJang, Junbeom; Bhardwaj, Jyoti; Jang, JaesungARTICLE92 Efficient measurement of airborne viable viruses using the growth-based virus aerosol concentrator with high flow velocities
2022-03Paper-based electrochemical peptide sensor for label-free and rapid detection of airborne Bacillus anthracis simulant sporesPark, Chanhwi; Lee, Jaegil; Lee, Daesoon, et alARTICLE111 Paper-based electrochemical peptide sensor for label-free and rapid detection of airborne Bacillus anthracis simulant spores
2022-02Paper-based electrochemical immunosensor for label-free detection of multiple avian influenza virus antigens using flexible screen-printed carbon nanotube-polydimethylsiloxane electrodesLee, Daesoon; Bhardwaj, Jyoti; Jang, JaesungARTICLE139 Paper-based electrochemical immunosensor for label-free detection of multiple avian influenza virus antigens using flexible screen-printed carbon nanotube-polydimethylsiloxane electrodes
2021-10Recent advancements in the measurement of pathogenic airborne virusesBhardwaj, Jyoti; Hong, Seongkyeol; Jang, Junbeom, et alARTICLE196 Recent advancements in the measurement of pathogenic airborne viruses
2021-07Physical collection and viability of airborne bacteria collected under electrostatic field with different sampling media and protocols towards rapid detectionHong, Seongkyeol; Kim, Myeong-Woo; Jang, JaesungARTICLE130 Physical collection and viability of airborne bacteria collected under electrostatic field with different sampling media and protocols towards rapid detection
2021-06Effects of Rotor-Rotor Interaction on the Wake Structure and Thrust Generation of a Quadrotor Unmanned Aerial VehicleLee, Seungcheol; Chae, Seokbong; Woo, Seong Yong, et alARTICLE198 Effects of Rotor-Rotor Interaction on the Wake Structure and Thrust Generation of a Quadrotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
2021-06Long-term measurement of PM2.5 mass concentration using an electrostatic particle concentrator-based quartz crystal microbalance integrated with carbon dioxide aerosol jets for PM sensing in remote areasNhan Dinh Ngo; Jang, JaesungARTICLE148 Long-term measurement of PM2.5 mass concentration using an electrostatic particle concentrator-based quartz crystal microbalance integrated with carbon dioxide aerosol jets for PM sensing in remote areas
2021-01Integrated Microfluidic Platform with Electrohydrodynamic Focusing and a Carbon-nanotube-based Field-Effect Transistor Immunosensor for Continuous, Selective, and Label-free Quantification of BacteriaHan, Chang-Ho; Jang, JaesungARTICLE293 Integrated Microfluidic Platform with Electrohydrodynamic Focusing and a Carbon-nanotube-based Field-Effect Transistor Immunosensor for Continuous, Selective, and Label-free Quantification of Bacteria
2020-09Rapid airborne influenza virus quantification using an antibody-based electrochemical paper sensor and electrostatic particle concentratorBhardwaj, Jyoti; Kim, Myeong-Woo; Jang, JaesungARTICLE449 Rapid airborne influenza virus quantification using an antibody-based electrochemical paper sensor and electrostatic particle concentrator
2020-03Low cost synthesis of reduced graphene oxide using biopolymer for influenza virus sensorJoshi, Shalik R.; Sharma, Abhinav; Kim, Gun-Ho, et alARTICLE484 Low cost synthesis of reduced graphene oxide using biopolymer for influenza virus sensor
2020-03Label-Free, Highly Sensitive Electrochemical Aptasensors Using Polymer-Modified Reduced Graphene Oxide for Cardiac Biomarker DetectionSharma, Abhinav; Bhardwaj, Jyoti; Jang, JaesungARTICLE381 Label-Free, Highly Sensitive Electrochemical Aptasensors Using Polymer-Modified Reduced Graphene Oxide for Cardiac Biomarker Detection
2019-11Measurement of PM2.5 Mass Concentration Using an Electrostatic Particle Concentrator-Based Quartz Crystal MicrobalanceNgo, Nhan Dinh; Lee, Jaegil; Kim, Myeong-Woo, et alARTICLE525 Measurement of PM2.5 Mass Concentration Using an Electrostatic Particle Concentrator-Based Quartz Crystal Microbalance
2019-08Subtyping of influenza A H1N1 virus using a label-free electrochemical biosensor based on the DNA aptamer targeting the stem region of HA proteinBhardwaj, Jyoti; Chaudhary, Narendra; Kim, Hajin, et alARTICLE561 Subtyping of influenza A H1N1 virus using a label-free electrochemical biosensor based on the DNA aptamer targeting the stem region of HA protein
2019-05Two-dimensional computational method for generating planar electrode patterns with enhanced volumetric electric fields and its application to continuous dielectrophoretic bacterial captureHan, Chang-Ho; Ha, Hyun Wook; Jang, JaesungARTICLE375 Two-dimensional computational method for generating planar electrode patterns with enhanced volumetric electric fields and its application to continuous dielectrophoretic bacterial capture
2019-04Flexible electrical aptasensor using dielectrophoretic assembly of graphene oxide and its subsequent reduction for cardiac biomarker detectionSharma, Abhinav; Jang, JaesungARTICLE394 Flexible electrical aptasensor using dielectrophoretic assembly of graphene oxide and its subsequent reduction for cardiac biomarker detection
2019-02Vertical flow-based paper immunosensor for rapid electrochemical and colorimetric detection of influenza virus using a different pore size sample padBhardwaj, Jyoti; Sharma, Abhinav; Jang, JaesungARTICLE777 Vertical flow-based paper immunosensor for rapid electrochemical and colorimetric detection of influenza virus using a different pore size sample pad
2019-01Lipid-Hydrogel-Nanostructure Hybrids as Robust Biofilm-Resistant Polymeric MaterialsPark, Hyun-Ha; Sun, Kahyun; Seong, Minho, et alARTICLE691 Lipid-Hydrogel-Nanostructure Hybrids as Robust Biofilm-Resistant Polymeric Materials
2018-10Rapid and selective concentration of bacteria, viruses, and proteins using alternating current signal superimposition on two coplanar electrodesHan, Chang-Ho; Woo, Seong Yong; Bhardwaj, Jyoti, et alARTICLE671 Rapid and selective concentration of bacteria, viruses, and proteins using alternating current signal superimposition on two coplanar electrodes
2018-05Inactivation of airborne viruses using vacuum ultraviolet photocatalysis for a flow-through indoor air purifier with short irradiation timeKim, Jeonghyun; Jang, JaesungARTICLE1046 Inactivation of airborne viruses using vacuum ultraviolet photocatalysis for a flow-through indoor air purifier with short irradiation time
2017-12Development of a Paper-based Electrochemical Immunosensor using an Antibody-Single walled Carbon Nanotubes Bio-conjugate Modified Electrode for Label-free Detection of Foodborne PathogensBhardwaj, Jyoti; Devarakonda, Sivaranjani; Kumar, Suveen, et alARTICLE1464 Development of a Paper-based Electrochemical Immunosensor using an Antibody-Single walled Carbon Nanotubes Bio-conjugate Modified Electrode for Label-free Detection of Foodborne Pathogens

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