Kim, CheolGi (김철기)

PROFESSOR

Physics Materials Science

RESEARCH AREA

● Novel Spintronics devices
● Innovative 3D field sensors
● Bio-NEMS/MEMS
● Bio-initiative magnetic devices

ACADEMIC & CAREER EXPERIENCE

Ph. D., KAIST, Korea

  • Director, Magnetic Initiative Life Care Center (June 2018 ~ present)
  • Co-Director, Key lab for Nano-Micro-technologies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam (2017 ~)
  • Director, Center for NanoBioEngineering & Spintronics (WCU), CNU
  • Exchange Professor, EIIRIS Fellowship, Toyohashi University, Japan (Dec. 2013 ~ Feb. 2014)
  • Exchange Professor, LG Yonam Foundation Fellowship, McMaster University, Canada (Jan. 2005 ~ Dec. 2005)
  • Professor, Chungnam National University (Mar. 1, 2001 ~ Feb. 2014)
  • Exchange Professor, JSPS Fellowship, Tohoku University, Japan (Dec. 2001 ~ Feb. 2002)
  • Associate Professor, Sunmoon University (Mar. 1996 ~ Feb. 28, 2001)
  • Post-Doctoral Researcher, National Institute of Science and Technology, USA (Dec. 1990 ~ Nov 1991)
  • Senior Scientific Researcher, KRISS (Oct. 1, 1989 ~ Feb. 28, 1996)
  • Ph. D., KAIST (Feb . 1988)

OFFICE

E2-409

LAB

E2-420

PHONE

+82.53.785.6516
Lab Website

Our Researches

Our group focuses on the field of novel Spintronics materials and devices prerequisite for fourth revolution and new biomedical technologies. Research motto is Innovative “First Mover” beyond “World Best”. Accordingly, our group has developed a sensor milestone based on coherent perpendicular magnetoresistance (PMR) in magnetic multilayers aiming to forthcoming IoT and communication industrial applications. Also our group leads the Spintrophoresis, integrated spin devices with micro-fluidic channel, toward the multiplexed cell tweezers and molecular diagnosis platform. International cooperation with world-wide leading groups is encouraged for the development of up-to-date devices and innovative technologies.

Representative Publications

Xinghao Hu, et al, “Multifarious Transit Gates for Programmable Delivery of Bio-functionalized Matters”, Small 15, 1901105 (2019) (IF=10.856)

Xinghao Hu, et al., “Autonomous Magnetic Microrobots by Navigating Gates for Multiple Biomolecules Delivery”, small 14, 1800504 (2018) (IF=10.856)

Byeonghwa Lim, et al., “Concentric manipulation and monitoring of protein- loaded superparamagnetic cargo using magnetophoretic spiderweb”, NPG Asia Materials 9, e369 (2017) (IF=9.157)

Souleymane Kamara, et al., “Magnetic Susceptibility Study of Sub-Pico-emu Sample using a micromagnetometer: An investigation through bistable spin-crossover”, Advanced Materials 29, 1703073 (2017) (IF=21.950)

Byeonghwa Lim et al., “Magnetophoretic circuits for digital control of single particles and cells”, Nature Communications 5, 3846 (2014) (IF=12.124)