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Chang-Jin Kim



Chang-Jin (CJ) Kim, Ph.D.
(UC Berkeley, 1991)
(310) 825-0267


Micro and Nano Manufacturing Laboratory








MEMS and nanotechnology, including design and fabrication of micro/nano structures, actuators, and systems, with a focus on the use of surface tension. Special topics include electrowetting-on-dielectric (EWOD); drag reduction by superhydrophobic surfaces; miniature fuel cells

Selected Recent Publications:

J. I. Hur, D. D. Meng, and C.-J. Kim, “Self-Pumping Membraneless Miniature Fuel Cell with an Air-breathing, Fuel-Tolerant Pt Cathode,” J. MEMSVol. 21, 2012, pp. 476-483.

P. Y. Keng, S. Chen, H. Ding, S. Sadeghi, G. J. ShahA. Dooraghi, M. E. Phelps, N. Satyamurthy, A. F. Chatziioannou, C.-J. Kim, and R. M. van Dam,  “Micro-chemical synthesis of molecular probes on an electronic microfluidic device,” PNAS, Vol. 109, 2012, pp. 690-695.

W. Nelson and C.-J. Kim, “Droplet Actuation by Electrowetting-on-Dielectric (EWOD): A Review,” Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 2012 (In print).

W. Nelson and C.-J. Kim, “Monolithic Fabrication of EWOD Chips for Picoliter Droplets,” J. MEMS, Vol. 20, 2011, pp. 1419 – 1427.

G. Sun, J. I. Hur, X. Zhao, and C.-J. Kim, “Fabrication of Very-High-Aspect-Ratio Micro Metal Posts and Gratings by Photo-Electrochemical Etching and Electroplating,” J. MEMS, Vol. 20, 2011, pp. 876-884.

C. Lee and C.-J. Kim, “Underwater Gas Restoration and Retention on Superhydrophobic Surfaces for Drag Reduction,” Physical Review Letters, Vol. 106, 2011, 14502(4).