Kwang W. Oh

Kwang W. Oh

Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering

University at Buffalo (SUNY)

Kwang W. Oh is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at SUNY-Buffalo where he leads the Sensors and MicroActuators Learning Laboratory (http://SMALL.buffalo.edu). He received his BS degree with high honors in Physics from Chonbuk National University, Korea, in 1995. He earned his PhD degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2001. Prior to joining SUNY-Buffalo in 2006, he worked at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Korea, where he developed micro PCR and LOC platforms for clinical diagnostics. He has (co)authored over 90 technical publications and holds 18 US patents. He has strong R&D skills for problem solving in many microfluidic systems with wide knowledge of bio-assay/device miniaturization, micro/nanostructure device design and fabrication and bio-instrument integration and automation. Recently, he has been promoted and featured in the Lab on a Chip's 2012 themed issue dedicated to highlighting the work of emerging investigators in the field of microfluidics. He is serving as a co-chair of the symposium section of Micro and Nano Fluidics at the NSTI NanoTech Conference. His current research focuses on droplet-based microfluidics, microfluidic networks, 3D cell culture platforms, micro valves and actuators, and microfluidic applications. His research is extensively funded through NSF (National Science Foundation), NYSTAR (The New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation), KIST (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) and SUNY-Buffalo (University at Buffalo).

Co-chairing the session on Micro & Nano Fluidics.

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