Hyoung Won Baac

 

Assistant Professor / PhD

School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, 
Artificial Intelligence-Digital Healthcare Center 

Sungkyunkwan University 

Natural Sciences Campus 

2066 Seobu-ro, Jangan-gu, Suwon, Gyeonggi 

Republic of Korea

Email.   hwbaac@skku.edu    

Biography

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

 

2006 - 2011  University of Michigan Ann Arbor, EECS (PhD)      

1999 - 2001  Seoul National University, EE (MS, Distinguished dissertation) 

1994 - 1999  Sungkyunkwan University, EE (BS, Magna cum laude)  

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2014/09 -      Assistant Professor 
                     Sungkyunkwan University,
                     School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering 

2012 - 2014  Research Fellow
                     Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, 

                     Wellman Center for Photomedicine                    

2012             Postdoctoral Fellow 
                     University of Michigan Ann Arbor,
                     Center for Nanoscale Photonics and Spintronics
  

2004 - 2005  Visiting Scientist 
                     Cornell University, Department of Biomedical Engineering 
 

2001 - 2006  Research and Technical Staff 

                     Seoul National University,
                     Nano-Bioelectronics & Systems Research Center  

DISTINCTION 

2006  National Fellowship for Oversea Study, Korean Ministry of Education  

2004  Oversea Collaborative Research Program, Korean NSF   

2004  Best Paper Award on SNU Nano-Bioelectronics Workshop  

2001  Distinguished Dissertation Award (Seoul National University)  

 

MORE ABOUT HIM 

 

His primary background is photonics and applied physics. He is a member of Optical Society of America, IEEE, Optical Society of Korea, Korean Society of Medical & Biological Engineering, and Korean Society for Therapeutic Ultrasound. 

Lectures in SKKU 

Logic Circuit (ICE2001) 

Fundamentals of Optics (EEE3006) 

Fiber Optic Communications (EEE3005) 

Optical Phenomena and Applications (ECE5922; graduate)