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Biography

Dr. Seokheun Choi

Binghamton University, USA


Email: sechoi@binghamton.edu


Qualifications

2011 Ph.D., Ira A. Fulton School of Electrical, Computer & Energy Engineering, Arizona State University, USA

2004 M.Sc., School of Information & Communication Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University (Korea)

2003 B.Sc., School of Information & Communication Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University (Korea)


Publications(Selected)



  1. S. Mukherjee, S. Su, W. Panmanee, R.T. Irvin, D.J. Hassett, & S. Choi, “A Microliter-Scale Microbial Fuel Cell Array for Bacterial Electrogenic Screening,” Sensors and Actuators: A. Physical, In-print, 2013.
  2. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “Optimal Biofilm Formation and Power Generation in a Micro-sized Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC),” Sensors and Actuators: A. Physical, In-print, 2012.
  3. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “An array of microliter-sized microbial fuel cells generating 100 μW of power,” Sensors and Actuators: A. Physical, Vol. 177, pp.10-15, 2012.
  4. S. Choi, Advancing Microfluidic-Based Protein Biosensor Technology for Use in Clinical Diagnostics, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG, (ISBN 978-3-8465-5504-0), 2012.
  5. S. Choi, S. Huang, Jing Li & J. Chae, “Monitoring protein distributions based on patterns generated by protein adsorption behavior in a microfluidic channel ,” Lab on a Chip, Vol.11, pp.3681-3688, 2011.
  6. 16. R. Wang, A. Lajevardi-Khosh, S. Choi, & J. Chae, “Regenerative Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Biosensor: Real-time Measurement of Fibrinogen in Undiluted Human Serum Using the Competitive Adsorption of proteins,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol.28, pp.304-307, 2011.
  7. S. Choi, H.-S. Lee, Y. Yang, P. Parameswaran, C.I. Torres, B.E. Rittmann & J. Chae, “A μL-scale Micromachined Microbial Fuel Cell Having High Power Density,” Lab on a Chip, Vol.11, pp.1110-1117, 2011.
  8. W. Xu, X. Zhang, S. Choi, & J. Chae, “A High Quality Factor Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator in Liquid for Biosensing Applications,” IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, Vol.20, pp.213-220, 2011.
  9. S. Choi, M. Goryll, L.Y.M. Sin, P.K. Wong, & J. Chae, “Microfluidic-based biosensors toward Point-of-care detection of Nucleic Acids and Proteins,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Review Article, Vol.10, pp.231-247, 2011.
  10. S. Choi, R. Wang, A. Lajevardi-Khosh, & J. Chae, “Using competitive protein adsorption to measure fibrinogen in undiluted human serum,” Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 97, pp.253701, 2010. (Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research) - Top 20 Most Read Articles in December 2010.
  11. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “Methods of reducing non-specific adsorption in microfluidic biosensors,” Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol.20, pp.075015, 2010.
  12. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “A Physisorbed Interface Design of Biomolecules for Selective and Sensitive Protein Detection,” Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation, Vol. 15, pp. 172-178, 2010.
  13. Y. Yang, S. Choi, & J. Chae, “Separation of Beta-human Chorionic Gonadotropin (β-hCG) From Fibrinogen Using a MEMS Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) Column,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol.8, pp. 477-484, 2010.
  14. W. Xu, S. Choi, & J. Chae, “A contour-mode film bulk acoustic resonator of high quality factor in a liquid environment for biosensing applications,” Applied Physics Letters, Vol.96, pp.053703, 2010. (Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research).
  15. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “Reusable Biosensors via In-situ Electrochemical Surface Regeneration in Microfluidic Applications,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 25, pp.527-531, 2009.
  16. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “A Microfluidic Biosensor Based on Competitive Protein Adsorption for Thyroglobulin Detection,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol.25, pp.118-123, 2009.
  17. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “A Regenerative Biosensing Surface in Microfluidics using Electrochemical Desorption of Short-Chain Self-Assembled Monolayer,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 7, pp. 819-827, 2009.
  18. S. Choi, Y. Yang, & J. Chae, “Surface Plasmon Resonance Protein sensor Using Vroman Effect,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 24, pp.893-899, 2008.
  19. S. Choi, J. Heo, I. Chung, & S. Hong, “Study on Polarization Properties of Randomly Oriented Bi3:35La0:85Ti3O12 Ferroelectric Thin Film Utilizing Three-Dimensional Piezoresponse Image,” Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 972–976, 2005.
  20. S. Choi, S. Hong, S. Oh, K. Lee, & I. Chung, “Study on the Variations of Microstructures and Domain Structures of Bi3.35La0.85Ti3O12 Ferroelectric Thin Films Formed by Two-Step Rapid Thermal Annealing (RTA) Process Utilizing Piezoresponse Force Microscope,” Integrated Ferroelectrics, 68: 189–198, 2004.
  21. S. Choi, J. Heo, D. Kim, & I. Chung, “Ferroelectric properties of nano-size PZT grains determined by surface potential utilizing Kelvin force microscopy,” Thin Solid Films, 464–465, 277– 281, 2004.
  22. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “A surface plasmon resonance biosensor based on competitive protein adsorption for the prognosis of thyroid cancer” in “Biosensors and Molecular Technologies for Cancer Diagnostics” Avi Rasooly (Program Director, Cancer Diagnosis Program, National Cancer Institute) and Keith E. Herold, CRC Press (Taylor & Francis Group).
  23. S. Choi, & J. Chae, “Microfluidic biosensors for thyroglobulin detection and application to thyroid cancer” in “Biosensors and Cancer” Professor Victor R Preedy (PhD DSc FRSPH FIBiol FRCPath, King’s College London), SCIENCE PUBLISHERS.




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