Daeha Joung

Daeha Joung, Ph.D.

Job title: Assistant Professor
Affiliation: Department of Physics

Joung's research interests are in novel interdisciplinary approaches to form 3D, heterogeneously integrated, functional biomedical devices with recent breakthroughs in 3D bio-printed spinal cord implants and 3D origami-inspired self-folded devices.

Daeha Joung, Ph.D., is a physicist by training whose research combines multidisciplinary strategies to develop advanced functional materials and devices for application in the fields of biomedical and electrical engineering and nanotechnology.

After receiving his Ph.D. in physics at the University of Central Florida in 2012, he completed his postdoctoral training at the University of Minnesota in Twin Cities in the Departments of Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, where he recognized the significance of and need for interdisciplinary studies.

Joung's research accomplishments have been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals such as Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, Physical Review B and Progress and Materials Sciences.

His research interests include novel interdisciplinary approaches to form 3D, heterogeneously integrated, functional biomedical devices with recent breakthroughs in 3D bio-printed spinal cord implants and 3D origami-inspired self-folded devices.

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