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Funded Research Projects


Development of TMR Based Bio-Sensors Using DNA Coated Co-Ferrite Magnetic Particles”, LG Micron, Funding: S$ 441,600, Korea, 2005


  • “Engineered superparamagnetic nanoparticles for neuroprotection – Modulation of intraocular nanoparticle delivery to optic nerve”, Seoul National University of Hospital (SNUH), KOREA, Funding; USD $ 30,000 , Apr. 2010 ~ Mar. 2011

  • “Current Confined Path (CCP)-current perpendicular to the plane (CPP) GMR spin-valve read sensors with Fe3O4 nanoparticle insertion for 10 Tbit/in2 recording density”, DAION Co. Ltd, Funding; USD $ 472,695.6 (S$ 713,770.4), Korea, Jan. 30th, 2009 ~ Jan. 30th, 2012

  • “Integrative program of nanomedicine through development, translation and clinical applications”, Seoul National University of Hospital (SNUH), SOUTH KOREA, US $ 128,755, 2009, 07 – 2011, 06  

  • “Induction of ocular neuroprotection using magnetic nanoparticles – Biocompatibility and intracellular transport of magentic nanoparticles in vitro”, Seoul National University of Hospital (SNUH), SOUTH KOREA, US $ 10,000, 2008, 07 – 2009, 06   

  • Physical study of electromigration-induced failure mechanisms of nano-structured current perpendicular to the plane (CPP) giant magnetoresistive spin-valve read sensors”, FRC, Funding: S$170,500, Singapore, 2005

  • Effects of half metallic insertion layer on GMR ratio enhancement and area resistance change in current confined path (CCP)-current perpendicular to the plane (CPP) GMR spin-valves”, INSIC, Funding: USD $ 11,000, U.S.A, 2005 ~ 2006

  • Spin Transfer Switched 1 Gbit Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM) Based on Perpendicularly Magnetized Magnetic Tunnel Junctions (MTJs)”, A-STAR, Public Sector Funding (PSF), S$ 852,840, Singapore, 2006

  • Current Research Collaborators

  • Prof. Jack H. Judy, University of Minnesota, USA, (Perpendicular MRAM)
  • Dr. Shayne Zurn, WaveRider Inc. Minnesota, USA (Hyperthermia, cell repairing)
  • Dr. Jeff Childress, HGST, USA, (Electromigration of CPP read Sensor)
  • Dr. Olle G. Heinonen, Seagate Technology, USA (CCP-CPP read Sensor)
  • Dr. Dra. M. del Puerto Morales Herrero, Espana (SPAIN), (Magnetic nanaoparticles)
  • INSIC, USA, (Half-metallic research project)
  • Prof. Y. Takemura, Yokohama National University, JAPAN, (Hyperthermia)
  • Prof. Nobhiro Matsushita, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN,(Magnetic nanoparticles)
  • Prof. Chul Sung Kim, Kookmin Univeristy, KOREA (Magnetic particles)
  • Prof. Lee, Wooyoung, Yonsei University, KOREA (Perpendicular MRAM)
  • Dr. Ryu Ho Jun, ETRI, KOREA, (Magnetic biosensor)
  • Dr. Yoo Young Goo, ETRI, KOREA, (GMR and TMR spin valves)
  • Dr. Jung Myoung Hwa, KBSI, KOREA, (Magnetic analysis)
  • Dr. Kim, Tae Wan, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, KOREA, (MRAM)
  • Dr. Liew Yun Fuk, DSI, Singapore, (Perpendicualr MRAM)
  • Prof. Ki Ho Park, Department of Ophthalmology College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Seoul National University Hospital, SOUTH KOREA, (Hyperthermia (heat shock proteins), Intraocular Pressure biosensor)
  • Prof. Sun Ha Paek, Department of Neutrosurgery College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Seoul National University Hospital, SOUTH KOREA, (Brain tumors and Neuronal disease treatments, Nanomedicine)
  • Prof. Keon Wook Kang, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Seoul National University College of Medicine (MRI Contrast Agents and Nano-biomedicine)

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