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Assistant Professor Bae Seongtae

Assistant Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
National University of Singapore

Phone: (65) 6516-4037
Fax: (65) 6779-1103



Education and Work Experience

PhD: University of Minnesota at twin cities, USA
Work experience:
          Director, WaveRider Inc., MN, USA
          Intern Researcher, Seagate Technology, MN, USA
          Research Scientist, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, (KIST), KOREA

Professional Affiliations

Member, IEEE Magnetics Society
Member, American Physics Society
Board Member, INSIC (Spintronics and Read Sensor Areas), USA
Reviewers/Editorial committee member, IETECH (International Engineering and Technology), South India
Member, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, USA

Professional Awards and Honours

"Marques Who’s Who in America", List name and biography as an electrical engineer due to
scientific performances, 2003, and 2004, respectively.
“Young Researcher Award”, International Conference on Ferrite 8, 2000, Kyoto, Japan
“Student Travel Award”, International Conference on Ferrite 8, 2000, Kyoto, Japan
“Student Travel Award”, Symposium on Magneto-electronic Devices, 2000, Iowa, USA

Research Interests

Bio-magnetic sensors & Magnetic nano-particles for bio-medical applications
Biomagnetism, Spintronic devices
Magneto electronic devices
Information storage devices
Magnetic thin films

Current Teaching Courses

EE4601: Biosensors for Medical Applications
EE4602: Bioelectronics
EE 3601: Bioinstrumentation and Signal Analysis


more than 60 journal and conference papers

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