Supervisor

Professor Chang-Jin (CJ) Kim, Ph.D. (UC Berkeley, 1991)

MEMS and nanotechnology, including design and fabrication of micro/nano structures, actuators, and systems, with a focus on the use of surface tension. Special topics include electrowetting-on-dielectric (EWOD); drag reduction by superhydrophobic surfaces; miniature fuel cells. SEE MORE

Phone: (310) 825-0267

Web: http://cjkimlab.ucla.edu/


PhD Students

Ning Yu

Research topic: Drag reduction of superhydrophobic surface

Zhaohui (Ray) Li

Research Topic: Antibiofouling Superhydrophobic Surface

Eric Hyunsung Cho

Research topic: Electrowetting-on-dielectric (EWOD), Electrodewetting, Bio-application utilizing EWOD technology

Xiaojie (Toby) Tao

Research topic: Drag reduction of superhydrophobic (SHPo) surfaces

Francisco del Campo Melchor

Research topic: Drag reduction of superhydrophobic (SHPo) surfaces

Master Students

Christopher Mahlon Carter

Research topic: Testing drag reduction of the superhydrophobic surface with high-speed model boats.


Undergraduate Students

Brian Cheng

Research Topic: Cyber-manufacturing ecosystem for digital microfluidics

Caedmon Gouldthorpe

Research topic: Design and manufacturing of systems to help analyze the drag reduction of superhydrophobic surfaces


Visiting Students