SEUNG-HYUN KIM is an associate professor of engineering. Prior to joining Brown, he was the senior executive vice president of INOSTEK INC. and was the head of Research and Development Center for 13 years. He has been active in ferroelectric and piezoelectric thin films for electronic devices for the last 25 years.
Prof. Seung-Hyun Kim's research interests are in the area of piezoelectric materials development, MEMS processing and energy applications. He has published over 130 refereed journal papers and 200 presentations (including 35 invited presentations), and has served as an organizing committee member and a reviewer of numerous international conferences and journals. Prof. Kim's educational and academic activities cover experimentation and applications of electronic materials and micro-and nano-scale devices.
1. Gift grant: Bio-compatible Flexible Electronic Systems ($700,000) Source of support : Company gift grant ($140,000/year for 5 years since 2015)
2. Brown- Xerox Collaboration on Innovative Lead-Free Piezoelectric Materials and Actuators ($110,000/year) (2014 - current)
3. A Xerox-Brown Collaborative Investigation of Environmentally Friendly Piezoelectric Materials for High-Strain Actuator Applications ($350,000) Source of support : NSF ECCS (GOALI) 3 years project (2014-2017)