Dr. Woo Soo Kim is an Associate Professor at the School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering in Simon Fraser University (SFU), located in British Columbia Canada. He was selected in 2017 as a Brain Pool Fellow for his sabbatical visit at Seoul National University in Korea and stayed at Swiss Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Testing, Empa in ETH Domain as a visiting professor in 2018. Prior to joining SFU, he was a Senior Research Scientist in Xerox Corporation (XRCC) for two years after the period of a Post-doctoral Research Associate in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for two and half years. He received BSc degree from Yonsei University in 2001 and MSc and PhD degrees from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). He was the winner of Quadrant Award 2007. And he received Hanwha Corporation’s New Faculty Award in 2016. His research interest is broad in the field of Additive Manufacturing for flexible electronic applications. He has published widely about 100 publications including journal papers, conference proceedings, and US patents. www.sfu.ca/~woosook
Professor Arokia Nathan leads a multi-disciplinary research group whose primary focus is on the heterogeneous integration of materials and processes, sensors, energy harvesting and storage devices pertinent to wearable technologies. Formerly a Chair Professor of Photonic Systems and Displays at the University of Cambridge, he is currently the Chief Technical Officer of Cambridge Touch Technologies, a company spun out of the University developing advanced interactive technologies. He has published over 600 papers and 110 patents, and has co-authored five books.
Lecture Topics - Flexible Electronics - Oxide Semiconductor Electronics - Ultralow Power Transistors and Sensor Interfaces - Active Matrix OLED Displays - TFT Compact Modeling and Parameter Extraction - Nanoscale Large Area Electronics - Multi-Force Touch Technology for Interactive Displays