|Prof. Albert Kim, Ph.D.,
Director of Albert µBioelectronics Lab
Dr. Albert Kim is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Prior to joining Temple University, he was a research and development engineer at Intel Corp. His research is centered on biomedical applications of micro and nanotechnology. This includes a variety of device and microsystems to address important clinical problems. He collaborated closely with physicians in order to transfer the technology to the clinic.
|Prof. Chang-hee Won, Ph.D.
Dr. Won is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the director of Control, Sensor, Network, and Perception (CSNAP) Laboratory at Temple University. Previous to coming to academia, he worked at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute as a senior research engineer. Currently, he is actively guiding various research projects funded by NSF, Pennsylvania Department of Health, and Department of Defense. He published over 120 peer-reviewed articles and received multi-million dollars of research funding as a principal investigator. He is a frequent reviewer for the NSF review panels and sits on NIH Biomedical Imaging Study Section. His research interests include optimal control theory, spectral imaging, and tactile imaging system.
|Sayemul Islam, Ph.D. student|
|Moonchul Park, Ph.D. student|
|Dinnae Erica Buton, Temple University (Summer 2019)|
|Jonathan Deslouches, Temple University (Summer 2018)|
|Ji Ku, Muhlenberg University (Summer 2018)|
|Anna Nguyen, Temple University (Summer 2018)|
|William Purcell, Temple University (Summer 2018)|
|Samuel Rhee, Temple University (Summer 2018)|
|Kevin Simonson, Temple University (Summer 2018)|
|Elijah Zimmerman, Temple University (Summer 2018)|
If you want to join AMBL, please send an email to
AlbertKim@temple.edu with your story and resume.