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  • * denotes corresponding authors.
  • † denotes the presenter.

  1. Jiwon Lim†, Taesung Kim and S.-K. Lee, Agitation Programmable Picoliter Bioreactor in Droplet Array for HTS of Recombinant Escherichia coli, KMB 2013 (The Korean Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology)  (Jul. 3-5), Pyeongchang, Korea. (Excellent Presentation Award)
  2. Taesung Kim†*, Aptamer-Functionalized Microtubules for Continuous and Selective Capture of Target Biomolecules, KSOE 2013 (Jun. 20-21), Ulsan, Korea.
  3. Minseok Kim† and Taesung Kim*, Continuous and Selective Capturing of Trace Biomolecules by Combining Aptamer-Functionalized Microtubules with a Nanoporous Membrane, KSME-Biodivision 2013 (May. 22-24), Yeosu, Korea. (The Best Poster Award)
  4. Yoonkwang Nam†, Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, Separation and Extraction of Microparticles Using Multi-level Microchannels Fabricated by Gray-scale Photolithography, KSME-Biodivision 2013 (May. 22-24), Yeosu, Korea.
  5. Jiwon Lim†, Taesung Kim and S.-K. Lee, Agitation Programmable Picoliter Bioreactor in Droplet Array for HTS of Recombinant Escherichia coli, KSME-Biodivision 2013 (May. 22-24), Yeosu, Korea.
  6. Taesung Kim†*, Synthetic Multicellular Cell-to-Cell Communication in Inkjet Printed Bacterial Cell Systems, ISNIT 2013 (Jan. 06-09), High1 Resort, Gwangwon-do, Korea.
    http://www.isnit.org/main/default.asp
  7. Taesung Kim*, Microbial Interaction and Communication Assays on a chip, Biotronics 2012 (Oct. 16), Gwangju, Korea.
  8. Minseok Kim†, Hye Young Hur and Taesung Kim*, High-sensitive and High-selective Electrokinetic Detection of Target Bio-sample using Aptamer-Functionalized Microtubules, KSME-Micro/Nano Division 2012 (May 17-18), Daejeon, Korea.
  9. Younkang Nam†, Minseok Kim, and Taesung Kim*, Gray-scale Photomasks and Their Application to Microparticle Separation, KSME-Micro/Nano Division 2012 (May 17-18), Daejeon, Korea.
  10. Sung Kuk Lee†*, Jae Myung Lee and Taesung Kim, Light-switchable Gene Expression System for Escherichia coliKSBB 2012 (Apr. 11-13), Changwon, Korea.
  11. Minseok Kim†, Youngmi Kim and Taesung Kim*, Linear and Non-linear Concentration Gradient Generation on a PDMS-Hydrogel Hybrid Device for Bacterial Chemotaxis Assay, KSME Bio-division 2012 (Mar. 28-30), Gwangju, Korea. (The Best Poster Award)
  12. Seongyong Park†, Xiaoqiang Hong, Minseok Kim, Woonsun choi, and Taesung Kim*, Bacterial Cell-to-Cell Communication Assays in Microfabricated Concentrator Array Device, KSME Spring Conference on Bioengineering Division 2011 (Apr. 28-30), Pohang (Postech), Korea. (The prize for excellence in the poster presentations).
  13. Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, Single Channel Ion Concentration Polarization using Nafion as Anomalous Rapid Ion Transporter, KSME Spring Conference on Micro/Nano Division 2011, Pusan, Korea (May.26 ~ 27).
  14. Seongyong Park, Dasol Kim, Robert. J. Mitchell, Taesung Kim*, A Microfluidic Concentrator Array for Quantifying Predation by Predatory Microbes Toward Its Prey, Biochip 2011, Ulsan (UNIST), Korea (Nov.03 ~ 04). 
  15. Younkang Nam and Taesung Kim*, Directional Control of Motile Microorganisms Using Chemotaxis and Topotaxis for Evolutionary Adaptation Applications, Biochip 2011, Ulsan (UNIST), Korea (Nov.03 ~ 04). 
  16. Woon Sun Choi, Minseok Kim, Seongyong Park and Taesung Kim*, Hydrogel-encapsulated bacterial cell patterning methods for whole cell based biosensor applications, Biochip 2011, Ulsan (UNIST), Korea (Nov.03 ~ 04).
  17. Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, Capillary Based Microfabrication of Nanoporous Materials for Various Sample Concentration, Biochip 2011, Ulsan (UNIST), Korea (Nov.03 ~ 04).
  18. Chang Kyu Byun, Hyundoo Hwang, Woon Sun Choi, Toshiyuki Yaguchi, Jiwoon Park, Dasol Kim, Robert J Mitchell*, Taesung Kim*, Yoon-Kyoung Cho*, and Shuichi Takayama*, Magnetic Remote Control of Bacteria Micro-colonies Allows Optimization of Inter-Colony Communication, Biochip 2011, Ulsan (UNIST), Korea (Nov.03 ~ 04).
  19. Seongyong Park, Sunjang Lee, Dasol Kim, Robert J. Mitchell, Taesung Kim*, High Throughput Screening of Predatory Bacterial Microbes using Chemotaxis, KSME Spring Conference on Bioengineering Division 2010 (Apr. 29-May 1), Jeju, Korea.
  20. Taesung Kim†*, Concentration and separation of biomolecule analytes by biomolecular motors and microtubules, KSME Fall Conference on Micro/NanoEngineering 2010 (Nov.04), Jeju, Korea. (마이크로/나노 부문 - 유망과학자세션 발표)
  21. Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, A Novel Microfluidic Device for Generating Multi-concentration Gradients, KSME Spring Conference on Bioengineering Division 2010, Jeju, Korea (Apr. 29-May 1).
  22. Su Hyun KimSeongyong Park, Minseok Kim, Sung Kuk Lee and Taesung Kim*, Characterizing Food Preference of E.coli for Enhanced Biofuel Production, KSME Spring Conference on Bioengineering Division 2010 (Apr. 29-May 1), Jeju, Korea. (the prize for excellence in the poster presentations).
  23. Woon Sun Choi†, Dokyeong Ha, Seongyong Park, and Taesung Kim, Inkjet Printing of Bacterial Cells for Cell-to-Cell Communication Study Biochip 2010, Biochip 2010 (Oct. 29-30), Sogang Univ., Seoul, Korea. 
  24. Seongyong Park†, Dasol Kim, Robert J. Mitchell, and Taesung Kim, A Bacteria-on-a-chip: Understanding on the Predation Rate of Predatory Prokaryotes, Biochip 2010 (Oct. 29-30), Sogang Univ., Seoul, Korea. 
  25. Minseok Kim† and Taesung Kim, A Long-range Concentration Gradient Generator of Multi-compounds for Bacterial Chemotaxis Assay, Biochip 2010 (Oct. 29-30), Sogang Univ., Seoul, Korea.
  26. D.-H. Kim†, T. Kim, K. Kim, B. Kim*, Motion planning of an AFM-based nanomanipulator in a sensor-based nanorobotic manipulation system. International Workshop on Microfactory 2002, Minnesota, USA, 137-40.   
  27. T. Kim, J. Park†, D.-H. Kim, K. Kim, K.-I. Lee*, Design, fabrication and experiement of 3-DOF mobile microrobot for micro/nano manipulatioin. ICCAS 2002, Muju Rersort, Jeonbuk, Korea.
  28. T. Kim†, J. Park, S. K. Kauh*, A study on the individual cylinder ignition timing and A/F ratio control for the enhancement of idle stability. The Korea Society of Automotive Engineers 1999, Seoul, Korea.

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