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Hyoung Jin "Joe" Cho

Professor, Associate Chair

Email: hjcho@ucf.edu
Phone: 407-823-5014
Office: ENG I, Room 381C
Website: NanoFab and BioMEMS Lab

Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (VIRTUAL)

Hyoung Jin "Joe" Cho earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 2002. He earned his master's and bachelor's degrees in materials engineering from Seoul National University in 1991 and 1989, respectively. He worked as a research engineer for Korea Electronics Technology Institute from 1993 to 1997. He was a recipient of NSF CAREER award in 2004.

He joined UCF in 2002 as an assistant professor, and was promoted to associate professor in 2007 and professor in 2013. He has served as associate chair of the MAE department since 2014.

His research and educational programs have been supported by various government agencies and industries, including NSF CAREER, MRI, REU, NUE, RET, Manufacturing, I/UCRC Research Center, and NIH STTR among others. He currently serves as the co-director of the NSF Multi-Functional Integrated System Technology Center site at UCF. His main research interest is in the development of miniaturized actuators, sensors and microfluidic components based on MEMS technology. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed journal and proceeding papers in the area of MEMS and nanotechnology.

  • Micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS)
  • Sensors
  • Actuators
  • Microfluidics
  • Microfabrication
  • Nanotechnology

  • Wang, C. Hughes, S. Jung, and H. J. Cho, “A Rapid In-Situ Electrochemical Surface Modification Process for Nanotextured Gold Electrodes,” Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 2407–2410, Apr. 2019.
  • H. Hwang, X. Wang, D. Zhao, M. M. Rex, H. J. Cho, and W. H. Lee, “A novel nanoporous bismuth electrode sensor for in situ heavy metal detection,” Electrochimica Acta, vol. 298, pp. 440–448, Mar. 2019.
  • Wang and H. J. Cho, “p-CuO nanowire/n-ZnO nanosheet heterojunction-based near-UV sensor fabricated by electroplating and thermal oxidation process,” Materials Letters, vol. 223, pp. 170–173, Jul. 2018.
  • Wang and H. J. Cho, “Morphologies and electrical properties of multiple CuO nanowire-based device controlled by electroplating and thermal oxidation process,” Microsystem Technologies, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 2719–2726, Jun. 2018.
  • Alireza Karbalaei and Hyoung Cho, “Microfluidic Devices Developed for and Inspired by Thermotaxis and Chemotaxis,” Micromachines, vol. 9, no. 4, p. 149, Mar. 2018 (Journal Cover).
  • Wang et al., “ZnO nanoflakes as a template for in-situ electrodeposition of nanostructured cobalt electrodes as amperometric phosphate sensors,” Materials Letters, vol. 192, pp. 107–110, Apr. 2017.
  • J. Neal et al., “Picomolar Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide using Enzyme-free Inorganic Nanoparticle-based Sensor,” Scientific Reports, vol. 7, no. 1, Dec. 2017.

  • UCF i-STEM Fellow, 2014
  • WCU (World Class University) Visiting Professorship, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Korea, 2009-2010
  • UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science Distinguished Researcher Award, 2007
  • NSF CAREER Award: "A Micro SPR (Surface Plasmon Resonance) Sensor with Integrated Microfluidic Components for In-Situ Monitoring of Biomolecular Activities," Electrical and Communications Systems Division, National Science Foundation, 2004-2009

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • National Academy of Inventors
  • Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association

Graduate:

Undergraduate:

  • EAS/EML 4931: Career/Academic Advising II
  • EML 4501C/4502C: Mechanical Design I and II
  • EMA 3124: Design and Selection of Materials
  • EML 4005: Design in Nature and Engineering
  • EGN 4412C/4413C: Interdisciplinary Design I and II

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