Albert Kim

Assistant Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Office Hours

MWF 10:00AM - 12:00PM



Albert Kim is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Prior to joining Temple University, he was a research and development engineer in Intel Corp. His research is centered on biomedical applications of micro and nanotechnology. This includes a variety of device and microsystems to address important clinical problems. He collaborated closely with physicians in order to transfer the technology to the clinic. 


  • PhD. Electrical and ComputerEngineering, Purdue University, 2015
  • M.S. Electrical and ComputerEngineering, Purdue University, 2011
  • B.S. Electrical and ComputerEngineering, Purdue University, 2008


  •  Assistant Professor, Temple University, 2017-present
  •  Research and Development Engineer, Intel, 2015-2017

Recent Publications 

  • Kim, C. Powell, and B. Ziaie, “An Universal Packaging Technique for Low-Drift Implantable Pressure Sensors,” Biomedical Micro Devices, vol. 18, no 2, pp1-8, 2016.
  • S. Song, A. Kim, M. Brown, C. Jung, A. Ko, and B. Ziaie, “An implantable wireless interstitial fluid pressure sensor with integrated guyton capsule,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineer-ing, vol. pp no 99, 2016.
  • J. Roth, A. Kim, M. Alloosh, M. Sturek, B. Ziaie, and C.R. Powell, “MP60-12 Detrusor Under-activity Is Seen In An Animal Model For Metabolic Syndrome,” The Journal of Urology, vol. 4, no 195 pp. e799, 2016.
  • Kim, M. Ochoa, R. Rahimi, and B. Ziaie, “New and Emerging Energy Sources For Implantable Wireless Microdevices,” IEEE Access, vol. 3, 2015. (Invited review paper)
  • Kim, S. Song, N. S. Race, T. Zhang, R. Shi, and B. Ziaie,“A wireless intracranial brain deformation sensing system for blast-induced traumatic brain injury,” Nature Scientific Report, 5, 2015.
  • Kim, J. Kim, S. Rietdyk, and B. Ziaie, “A Wearable Smartphone-Enabled Camera-Based System For Gait Assessment,” Journal of Posture and Gait, vol. 42, no 2, pp. 138-144, 2015.
  • Kim, S. Song, and B. Ziaie,“Omni-directional ultrasonic powering for millimeter-scale im-plantable devices,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 62, no 11, 2015.

Research Interests

  • Biomedical micro and nano systems
  • Implantable wireless microsystems
  • Flexible bioelectronics
  • Energy harvesting
  • Sensor and actuator
  • Microfluidics