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.
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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
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.
Biomedical micro and nano systems
Implantable wireless microsystems
Sensor and actuator