- Ph.D : GIST, Mechanical Engineering (2013.02 - 2018.02)
- M.S. : GIST, Nanobioelectronics (2011.03 - 2013.02)
- B.S. : Chonnam National university, Electrical Engineering (2003.03 - 2009.02)
- Research Topic
- Micro electrical impedance spectroscopy
- Electromagnetic micro scanner for LIDAR
Micro electrical impedance spectroscopy (μEIS) is an sensitive analytic tool used to characterize the electrical properties of single cells using quantitative information such as conductance, capacitance, and dielectric constant. In this research, a novel μEIS has been developed to effectively detect cancer and determine aging.
MEMS-based micro scanners have been widely used because they can provide much smaller volume and consume less electric power compared to conventional galvano-mirrors. In this research, a unique electromagnetic micro scanner has been researched to rapidly range distance in LIDAR (Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging) system.
Electromagnetic MEMS Scanner for Miniaturized LIDAR System
-  Y. Park, et al., "Ex vivo characterization of age-associated impedance changes of single vascular endothelial cells using micro electrical impedance spectroscopy with a cell trap", Biomicrofluidics, Vol. 10, 014114, January 28.
-  Y. Park, et al., “Microelectrical impedance spectroscopy for the differentiation between normal and cancerous human urothelial cell lines: real-time electrical impedance measurement at an optimal frequency ", BioMed Research International, Vol., 8748023.
- Y. Park, et al., "Self-centering effect of a thickness-gradient dielectric of an electrowetting liquid lens", IEEE PTL, Vol. 25, No. 6, March 15.
-  Y. Park, et al., “Micro Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (μEIS) with Cell Traps in Various Size for Differentiation between Normal and Cancerous Human Urothelial Cells”, Transducers, Anchorage, Alaska, USA.
-  Y. Park, et al., “Age-associated Changes in Electrical Impedance of Single Vascular Endothelial Cell Using Micro Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy with High-capability of Cell trapping”, μTAS, Gyeongju, Korea.
-  Y. Park, et al,. “Discrimination between Normal and Cancerous Human Urothelial Cell by Using a Novel Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy with Three-dimension Y. Park, et al,. "Off-centering reduction of coplanar micro liquid lens using a thickness-gradient dielectric", Optical MEMS &Nanophotonics, Banff, Alberta, Canada.al Multiple Electrodes on a Trap”, USCAP, Boston, MA, USA.
-  Y. Park, et al,. "Off-centering reduction of coplanar micro liquid lens using a thickness-gradient dielectric", Optical MEMS &Nanophotonics, Banff, Alberta, Canada.