Kim, Ph.D. has been at the Human Resources Development Program for Industrialization of Bionano Fusion Technology in Hanyang Univeristy since September 2007.
He was a visting professor at the school of Information, Communications and Electronics Engineering in Catholic University of Korea for two years, 2005-2006. Kim was a team leader for Hanwha Corporation / Telecommunication company. During his two years at Hanwha Corporation / Telecommunication company, Kim spent time doing the fabrication and packaging of the 155 Mbps optical transmitter / receiver modules. During three years, April 1990 ~ January 1993, Kim spent time doing the chip testing software such as the fault simulator at the ASIC division of Samsung Electronics in Korea.
Kim received a bachelor degree in Physics from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, a master degree from Northeastern University, Boston, MA, United States, and a Ph.D. in Physics from Hanyang University, Korea. Kim has modeled lithography processes for computer simulation and has compared those results to the experimental results. He has the honor of a Best Academic Poster Award at the SPIE’s Microlithography Symposium Conference in 2006 and a Best Paper Prize at the 7th International Nanotech Symposium & Exhibition in Korea (NANO KOREA) in 2009.
Kim’s interesting area is lithography process, simulation, lithography CAD, MEMS, and bioMEMS.