BMNS lab recruits graduate students who are interested in Microsystems for space mission and biosensor development. Please send CV for further discussion!
New paper from collaborative work with Georgia Tech has been published in Colloids and Surfaces A. This paper describes how to form in situ inorganic membrane at the interface.
New paper has been published in Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering. This paper describes how to remove back flow for a peristaltic pump using microvalves.
Welcome to BMNS lab, Dr. Ahn! Let’s mimic inner ear to study molecular mechanism and drug delivery!
New paper has been published in Analyst. This paper describes how to measure biomarkers using impedance sensor array coupled with microparticles.
Our lab has been funded by NASA/Berkeley Space Science Lab to test a fully automated microvalve array under zero-G.
New paper has been published in Talanta. This paper describe how to automate Isotachophoresis chip using microvavle array.
Welcome to BMNS lab, Charles!
New paper has been published in Micromachines. This paper describe how to characterize and optimize PDMS based Isotachophoresis chip for sample preconcentration.
Welcome Sabrina, Nick, and Chase to BMNS lab!
Ali will present our collaborative optical cavity biosensor work and Zach will give a podium presentation regarding a molecular stamping technique at IMECE19!
Welcome to BMNS lab!
Zach will talk about our collaborative Enceladus Organic Analyzer project and Dr. Kim behalf of Ali will present a state-of-art biosensing platform for cardiac panel screenings at Basel, Switzerland.
Great works by combining capillary Microfluidics and impedance biosensors for biomarker screenings!
BMNS Lab at the U is hiring undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to work on developing organ chips, various biosensors, and integrated microfluidic systems. Please send a coverletter and CV to Dr. Kim (email@example.com).
EyeWorld News and Opinion Research Highlight Mircorengineering Ophthalmic Drug Testing – December 2018 Mechanical engineering associate professor Jungkyu (Jay) Kim‘s research while an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, microengineered human cornea-on-a-chip. This chip could speed the ophthalmic drug development process since it would allow for the […]
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah welcomed new faculty member, associate professor Jungkyu (Jay) Kim to their team of cutting-edge researchers.