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  • † denotes the presenter.

  1. Minseok Kim†, Mingjie Jia and Taesung Kim*, A Pdms-Sealed Hydrogel Device For Rapid And Accuarate Generation Of Various Concentration Gradients, MicroTAS 2013 (Oct. 27-31), Freiburg, Germany. http://www.microtas2013.org/ 
  2. Jiwon Lim†, Taesung Kim and S.-K. Lee, Agitation Programmable Picoliter Droplet Arrays For HTS of Recombinant Escherichia Coli, MicroTAS 2013 (Oct. 27-31), Freiburg, Germany. 
    http://www.microtas2013.org/ 
  3. Minseok Kim† and Taesung Kim*, Aptamer-Funtionalized Microtubue For Contineous And Selective Capturing And Filtering Using A Nanoporous Hydrogel Membrane, MicroTAS 2013 (Oct. 27-31), Freiburg, Germanyhttp://www.microtas2013.org/  
  4. Yoonkwang Nam†, Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, Fabrication of Multi-Level Microchannels By Using Grey-Scale Photolithography For Separation And Extraction of Microparticles, MicroTAS 2013 (Oct. 27-31), Freiburg, Germanyhttp://www.microtas2013.org/ 
  5. Minseok Kim† and Taesung Kim*, Continuous and Selective Concentration of Target Biomolecules Captured by Aptamer-Functionalized Microtubules, BAMN 2013 (Aug. 26-30), Jeju, Korea
    http://bamn2013.org/
  6. Hyunmoon Nam†, Dogyeong Ha, Hyunju Lee, Jeehyun Lee, Wonjung Park, Yeonju Kim and Taesung Kim*, Inkjet printing of photonic crystal nanobeads for structure colors, BAMN 2013 (Aug. 26-30), Jeju, Korea. (The Best Paper Awardhttp://bamn2013.org/
  7. Yoonkwang Nam†, Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, Microparticle Separation Using Multi-level Microchannels Fabricated by Gray-scale Photolithography, ads for structure colors, BAMN 2013 (Aug. 26-30), Jeju, Koreahttp://bamn2013.org/
  8. Mingjie Jia†, Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, Numerical Simulation of Ion Concentration Polarization Induced in An Open and Single Microchannel Device, BAMN 2013 (Aug. 26-30), Jeju, Koreahttp://bamn2013.org/
  9. T. Kim*, W.S. Choi, M. Kim and S.-K. Lee, Patterning And Transferring Hydrogel-encapsulated Synthetic Bacterial Cells for Quantification And Biosensor-application of Genetic Circuits, MMB 2013 Conference (Apr. 10-12), LA, USAhttp://mmb2013.org/
  10. Minseok Kim†, Mingjie Jia, and Taesung Kim*, Ion Concentration Polarization in a Single and Open microchannel using Surface-patterned Nafion: Experimental and Theoretical Study, MicroTAS 2012 (Oct. 28-Nov.1), Okinawa, Japanhttp://www.microtas12.org/
  11. Minseok Kim† and Taesung Kim*, Self-Integration of Ion Transport Tunable Nanporous Microplugs in a Microfluidic Chip for  Electrokinetic Bio-sample Concentration, MicroTAS 2012 (Oct. 28-Nov.1), Okinawa, Japanhttp://www.microtas12.org/
  12. Eunpyo Choi†, Hyung-kwan Chang, Chae young Lim, Taesung Kim and Jungyul Park*, Stable Generation Of Multiple Chemical Gradients Using In-Situ Formed Nanoporus Membrames, MicroTAS 2012 (Oct. 28-Nov.1), Okinawa, Japanhttp://www.microtas12.org/
  13. Mingjie Jia†, Minseok Kim and Taesung Kim*, Experimental and Numerical Investigation on Ion Concentration Polarization in a Single Microchannel Induced using Surface-patterned Nafion Film, 5th International Symposium on Fluid Machinery and Fluids Engineering (ISFMFE 2012, Oct. 24-27), Jeju, Koreahttp://isfmfe2012.org/
  14. Woon Sun Choi, Dokyeong Ha,Seongyong Park, and Taesung Kim†*, Inkjet printing of bacterial cells for synthetic multicellular cell-to-cell communication study, MMB (Microtechnologies for Medicine and Biology) 2011 (May. 4-6), Lucerne, Switzerlandhttp://www.mmb2011.org/
  15. Minseok Kim†, Su Hyun Kim, Sung Kuk Lee and Taesung Kim*, Amplication of chemotactic responses of motile bacterial cells for characterizing preferential chemotaxis toward carbon sources, Transducers 2011 (Jun. 5-9), Beijing, Chinahttp://www.transducers11-beijing.org/ 
  16. Minseok Kim† and Taesung Kim*, Single Channel Ion Concentration Polarization using Nafion as Anomalous Rapid Ion Transporter, ISMM 2011 (Jul. 02 ~ 04), Seoul, Korea.
  17. Seongyoung Park†, Xiaoqiang Hong, Minseok Kim, Woon Sun Choi, Taesung Kim*, Bacterial Cell-to-cell Communication Assays in A Micro-fabricated  Concentrator Array Device, ISMM 2011 (Jul. 02 ~ 04), Seoul, Korea.
  18. Seongyoung Park†, Xiaoqiang Hong, Minseok Kim, Woon Sun Choi, Taesung Kim*, Bacterial Cell-to-cell Communication Assays in A Micro-fabricated  Concentrator Array Device, MicroTAS 2011 (Oct. 02 ~ 06), Seattle, USA.
  19. Woon Sun Choi†, Minseok Kim, Seongyong Park and Taesung Kim*, Hydrogel-encapsulated bacterial cell patterning methods for whole cell based biosensor applications, ASIASENSE 2011 (Oct. 23 ~ 26), Jeju, Korea. (The Best Poster Award)
  20. Minseok Kim† and Taesung Kim*, Single Channel Ion Concentration Polarization using Nafion as Anomalous Rapid Ion Transporter, ASIASENSE 2011 (Oct. 23 ~ 26), Jeju, Korea.
  21. Sang Yub Kim†, Eun Se Lee†, Ho Jae Lee†, Se Yeon Lee†, Sung Kuk Lee and Taesung Kim*Design, Fabrication and Characterization of a Microfluidic E.coli Concentrator, ISMM (International Symposium on Microchemistry and Microsystems2010, Hong Kong, China. http://ismm.ust.hk/ 
  22. Su Hyun Kim, Sung Kuk Lee and Taesung Kim*, A Microfluidic Platform for Screening E.coli using Bacterial Chemotaxis, ISMM (International Symposium on Microchemistry and Microsystems) 2010, Hong Kong, China. http://ismm.ust.hk/
  23. Taesung Kim†*, Engineering biomolecular motors and microtubules with electrokinetics, NCFE (National Congress on Fluids Engineering) 2010 (Aug. 18-19), Busan, S. Korea. (http://www.ncfe.kr/)
  24. Minseok Kim, and Taesung Kim*, Long-range Concentration Gradients of Multi-compounds for Bacterial Chemotaxis Assay, MicroTAS 2010, Groningen, The Netherland(**The 14th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, http://www.microtas10.org)
  25. Seongyong Park†, Dasol Kim, Robert J. Mitchell, Taesung Kim*, A Microfluidic Concentrator Array for Studying Predatory Bacterial Microbes, MicroTAS 2010, Groningen, The Netherland. (**The 14th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, http://www.microtas10.org)
  26. Su Hyun Kim, Minseok Kim†, Sung Kuk Lee and Taesung Kim*, Sorting and Concentration of Motile Microbes for Chemotaxis Assay, MicroTAS 2010, Groningen, The Netherland. (**The 14th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, http://www.microtas10.org)
  27. T. Kim†*, Active Modulation of Cell Signaling Pathways Using Microfluidic Chemical Interfaces, MicroTAS 2009, Jeju, S. Korea. (**The 13th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, http://www.microtas2009.org)
  28. T. Kim* and E. Meyhofer, A Nanofluidic BioSensor using the Electrokinetics of Microtubules, APCE and APLOC 2009, Shanghai, China. http://www.biochem.dicp.ac.cn/apce2009/About%20APCE.html
  29. T. Kim, W. J. Holtz†, J. Park, J. D. Keasling, M. M. Maharbiz*, Pattern Formation in a Synthetic Microbial Pathway. Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology 2009, Quebec City, Canada. http://www.mmb2009.org/
  30. T. Kim, W. J. Holtz†, J. Park, J. D. Keasling, M. M. Maharbiz*, Synthetic microbial pattern formation modulated by a chemical micro-interface, Synthetic Biology 4.0 2008, Hong Kong. http://sb4.biobricks.org/.
  31. T. Kim†*, M. Pinelis, M. M. Maharbiz, Small molecule gradient generator for microfluidic viscous shear-free cell culture, MicroTAS 2008, San Diego, CA, USA. 2008, (2), 1879-1881. http://www.microtas2008.org/
  32. T. Kim† and E. Meyhöfer*, Nanofluidic preconcentration of biomolecule analytes using microtubules, MicroTAS 2007, Paris, France, 2007, (2), 1006-1008. http://www.microtas2007.org/
  33. T. Kim†, L. J. Cheng, M.-T. Kao, E. F. Hasselbrink, L. J. Guo, E. Meyhöfer*, Biomolecular motor-driven selective binding and concentrating of protein analytes, MicroTAS 2006 (1), 1265-1267, Tokyo, Japan. http://www.conferences.jp/microtas2006/
  34. T. Kim†, M.-T. Kao, E. F. Hasselbrink, E. Meyhöfer*, Modeling the microtubule behaviors in the presence of electric fields for biomolecular motor-driven µTAS, MicroTAS 2006, (1), 1384-1386, Tokyo, Japan. http://www.conferences.jp/microtas2006/
  35. T. Kim†, M.-T. Kao, E. F. Hasselbrink, E. Meyhöfer*, Active directional control of biomolecular motor-driven microtubules with electric fields, MicroTAS 2005 (1), 1234-1236, Boston, MA, USA.
  36. T. Kim†, H. K. Nanjundaswamy, C.-T. Lin, S. Lakämper, L. J. Cheng, D. Hoff et al., Biomolecular motors as novel prime movers for microTAS: Microfabrication and material issue, MicroTAS 2003 (1), 33-36, Squaw Valley, CA, USA. http://www.chem.ualberta.ca/~microtas/

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