Jin Woo Choi
- Professor and Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Cincinnati
- MS, Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University
- BS, Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University
Jin W. Choi came to Michigan Tech from Louisiana State University, where he served as the Mark and Carolyn Guidry Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. Dr. Choi was ABET coordinator and graduate program advisor at LSU. He is the editor of Micro and Nano Engineering (Elsevier). He is a member of IEEE, ECS, and IMNES.
Dr. Choi earned his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering at Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea, and his PhD at the University of Cincinnati. He teaches on topics of circuits, electronic circuits, solid state devices, electromagnetic fields, micro/nanofabrication, MEMS/BioMEMS, sensors, sensor systems, and biomedical instruments. At LSU Dr. Choi was director of the BioMEMS and Bioelectronics Laboratory. His research interests include MEMS and BioMEMS, biosensors and bioelectronic devices, microfluidic devices and systems, lab on a chip systems, nanomagnetic particle separators for biomedical applications, and nanoscale transducers. In 2020, Dr. Choi and his collaborators received a US patent for a wireless implantable neural stimulator designed to help patients with neurodegenerative diseases control pain and improve quality of life.
Links of Interest
- Electrical Engineering
- Microfluidic Biochip Laboratory
- Chemical and Biological Sensors
- Integrated Circuit Engineering
- Integrated Sensors and Actuators
Areas of Interest
- BioMEMS, microfluidic devices and systems, and biomedical microdevices
- Sensors and sensor systems
- Bioelectronic and healthcare sensors and devices
- Flexible and printed electronics and sensors
- Healthcare sensors and devices
Y. Liu, W. T. Monroe, J. Belgodere, J.-W. Choi, M. T. Gutierrez-Wing, and T. R. Tiersch, “The emerging role of open technologies for community-based improvement of cryopreservation and quality management for repository development in aquatic species,” Animal Reproduction Science, 106871 (17pp), 2022 (in press).
R. L. Perez, C. E. Ayala, J.-Y. Park, J.-W. Choi, and I. M. Warner, “Quartz crystal microbalance detection methods of environmentally relevant volatile organic compounds,” Chemosensors, vol. 9, no. 7, 153 (24pp), 2021.
P. J. Chacon, J.-Y. Park, A. M. Aly, G. Z. Voyiadjis, and J.-W. Choi, “A moving vehicle height monitoring sensor system for overheight impact avoidance,” Infrastructures, vol. 6, no. 6, 91 (10pp), 2021.
H. Shamkhalichenar, T. R. Tiersch, and J.-W. Choi, “An impedimetric sensing probe based on printed circuit board technology for monitoring in cryobiology applications,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol. 168, no. 6, 067505 (9pp), 2021.
R. P. Tortorich, W. Morell, E. Reiner, W. Bouillon, and J.-W. Choi, “A study on the radiated susceptibility of printed circuit boards and the effects of via fencing,” Electronics, vol. 10, no. 5, 539 (17pp), 2021.
Y.-H. Shin, M. T. Gutierrez-Wing, and J.-W. Choi, “Recent progress in portable fluorescence sensors,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol. 168, no. 1, 017504 (17pp), 2021.
B. I. Robertson, Y.-H. Shin, and J.-W. Choi, “A thermoelectric temperature control module for a portable fluorescent sensing platform,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol. 167, no. 14, 147505 (6pp), 2020.
H. Shamkhalichenar, C. J. Bueche, and J.-W. Choi, “Printed circuit board (PCB) technology for electrochemical sensors and sensing platforms,” Biosensors, vol. 10, no. 11, 159 (16pp), 2020.
- Mark and Carolyn Campbell Guidry Professorship, Louisiana State University, 2019-2022.
- Longwell Instructor Excellence Award, College of Engineering, Louisiana State University, 2018. The award is presented to faculty in recognition of excellent teaching in freshmen and sophomore level engineering classes.
- Recognition at Inventorship Showcase, Louisiana State University, 2018.
- Recognition at Inventorship Showcase, Louisiana State University, 2017.
- Instructor Excellence Award, College of Engineering, Louisiana State University, 2015.
- The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Member
- IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Member
- IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Member
- IEEE Magnetics Society, Member
- The Electrochemical Society (ECS), Member
- International Micro Nano Engineering Society (iMNEs), Member
- Sensors and sensor systems for biomedical and IoT applications
- Biomolecular sensors and devices
- EE 4247 Chemical and Biological Sensors
- EE 7247 BioMEMS
Dr. Choi teaches on topics of circuits, electronic circuits, solid state devices, electromagnetic fields, micro/nanofabrication, MEMS/BioMEMS, sensors, sensor systems, and biomedical instruments.