Junseok Chae

Chae_JunseokWEBAssistant Professor
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GWC 312
480-965-2082
junseok.chae@asu.edu

Research expertise
Microdevices for bioenergy applications, Implantable microdevices, Electronic circuit integration with microdevices

Junseok Chae received the B.S. degree in metallurgical engineering from Korea University, Seoul, Korea, in 1998, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 2000 and 2003, respectively. He joined Arizona State University in 2005 as an assistant professor and now he is an associate professor of electrical engineering. He has published over 100 journal and conference articles, two book chapters, one book, and holds two U.S. patents. His areas of interests are MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) sensors/actuators, integrating MEMS with readout/control electronics, and microdevices for bioenergy / biomedical applications. He received the 1st place prize and the best paper award in DAC (Design Automation Conference) student design contest in 2001. He is a recipient of NSF CAREER award on MEMS protein sensor array.

Collaborations and industry affiliations
Lai, Ying-Cheng * , Chae, Junseok, . Anti-Shock Scheme Based on Dual-Membrane Structure in Capacitive MEMS Sensors and Actuators. NSF-ECCS (9/1/2011 – 8/31/2014).
Chae, Junseok * . Collaborative Research: A Miniaturized Uropathogen Detection System. NSF-ENG (9/15/2009 – 8/31/2012).
Chae, Junseok * . Fully-Passive Microwave Back-Scattering Device for Telemetry of Neural Potentials. NASA-GLENN RESEARCH CTR (9/1/2009 – 8/31/2012).
Chae, Junseok * . CAREER: A Probe-less, Large-Array Protein Sensor via MEMS Technology. NSF-ENG (5/1/2009 – 4/30/2014).
Akay, Metin * Akay, Yasemin Munevver Bakkaloglu, Bertan Chae, Junseok . The Assessment of Stent Effectiveness using a Wearable MEMS acoustic Transducer Microphone Array. NSF-ENG (7/15/2008 – 6/30/2011).

Professional preparation
Ph.D., electrical engineering, University of Michigan, 2003
M.S., electrical engineering, University of Michigan, 2000
B.S., metallurgical engineering, Korea University, 1998

Recognition and awards
NSF CAREER award, 2009
Best poster award in IEEE International Conference on Sensors, 2007
First place prize and the Best Paper, DAC (Design Automation Conference) Student Design Contest, 2001

Selected publications
H. Ren, H. Lee, and J. Chae, “Miniaturizing Microbial Fuel Cells for Potential Portable Power Sources: Promises and Challenges,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics (invited review article), 2012.

S. Kim, X. Zhang, R. Daugherty, E. Lee, G. Kunnen, D. Allee, E. Forsythe, and J. Chae, “MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems)-based Ultrasonic Electrostatic Actuators on a Flexible Substrate,” IEEE Electron Device Letters, 2012.

H. Schwerdt, F. Miranda, and J. Chae, “A Fully Passive Wireless Backscattering Neuro-Recording Microsystem Embedded in Dispersive Human Head Phantom Medium,” IEEE Electron Device Letters, 2012.

W. Xu, J. Appel, and J. Chae, “Real Time Monitoring of Whole Blood Coagulation Using a Microfabricated Contour-Mode Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator,” IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, v. 21, n. 2, pp. 302-307, 2012.

S. Choi and J. Chae, “An array of microliter-sized microbial fuel cells generating 100 μW of power,” Sensors and Actuators A, v. 177, pp. 10-15, 2012.