Address

DGIST, Bldg. E3 Rm. 611
333, Techno Jungang Daero,
Hyeonpung-Eup, Dalseong-Gun,
Daegu, 42988, South Korea

42988 대구광역시 달성군 현풍읍
테크노중앙대로 333
DGIST 정보통신융합공학관(E3) 611호

Assistant Professor

Call: +82-53-785-6328

Email: hkang@dgist.ac.kr

Research Interests

  • Bioelectronics
  • Flexible electronics
  • Low-noise electronics
  • Machine learning big data analysis
  • Neural engineering
  • Printing based micro-patterning

Prof. Hongki Kang

Assistant Professor

Information & Communication Engineering @ DGIST

 

On February 2019, I joined the Department of Information and Communication Engineering at DGIST (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology) in South Korea as an Assistant Professor. I will be mostly working on Bioelectronics & Neural Engineering (Brain-Microelectronics Interface, Neuromodulation) areas of research using microelectronics, micro-fabrication processes, and new bio-functional materials.

I received my BS in Electrical Engineering from KAIST in 2008, MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from University of California, Berkeley in 2010 and 2013 respectively. During my graduate studies, I mostly focused on Semiconductor devices and micro fabrication processes including printing for flexible electronics. Since then, I went onto expand my research area towards Neural engineering & Bioengineering during my postdoc.

Please see schedule for my availability if you need to make appointments, and personal website for further information about me.

 

Education

  1. 2013

    PhD, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

    University of California, Berkeley
  2. 2010

    MS, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

    University of California, Berkeley
  3. 2008

    BS, Electrical Engineering

    KAIST

Professional Experience

  1. 2015-2018
    Postdoctoral Researcher
    KAIST, Dept. of Bio and Brain Engineering
  2. 2014-2015
    Postdoctoral Research Scientist
    Columbia University, Dept. of Electrical Engineering
  3. 2012
    Technical Co-op
    IBM Semiconductor Research and Development Center (SRDC)

Teaching

  • IC685
    Semiconductor Memory Devices and Applications
    DGIST Graduate School
  • IC586
    Introduction to Biomedical Electronics
    DGIST Graduate School
  • SE393
    Fundamentals of Electronic Devices
    DGIST Undergraduate School