News & Notice

Keynote speech 
(Clinal Trial & Pharmacovigilance 2019)
Session Chair at IBC 2019
Keynote speaker for ICNRA 2019
Organizing Committee 
(Clinal Trial & Pharmacovigilance 2019)
Research grants
 

Research 

Highlight

 

Magnesium doped r-Fe2O3 superparamagnetic nanoparticles for killing cancer
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Adv. Mater. 2018
Effect of recovery time during magnetic hyperthermia on behavior of HSP 72
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Sci. Rep. 2017
 

Facility

 

We have equipped various state-of-the-art devices and facilities required for nanoparticle synthesis, thin film deposition/device, separation/purification, and bioapplications. In particular, we are being currently set-up the cluster sputter and ion miller to develop next generation of spintronic biosensors and spintronic devices for advanced electronics. We also design and develop low-frequency AC magnetic field generators, which are essentially required for medical applications.

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Sputter
Ion miller
AC magnetic field generator
VSM
Uv-Vis spectrophotometer
DLS
BET
XRD
Sonicator
Deionized water system
Lab oven
Fume hood
Nanoparticle systhesis set-up
Furnace
Electronic measurement system
Optical microsocope
Tip sonicator
UV Sterilizer
Shaking water bath
Micro balance
pH meter
Multipoint stirrer
Electromagnetic
GMR measurments system
Magneto striction
 measurement system
in-plane
perpendicular to the in-plane
3D printer

Group

Seminar

 

Weekly seminar schedule (2019)
 Date         Presenter                       Title
Mar.  8.     Dr. Wonbae Ko              Magnetic Hyperthermia of Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for
                                                           Biomedical Applications
Mar.  8.     Dr. Hyungdong Lee      Hydrogel Based Soft Bioelectronics

Contact us &

Job opening

 

Swearingen 3C33, 301 Main Street, Columbia, SC, 29208, USA

Email: Prof. Bae    bae4@cec.sc.edu

             Dr. Kim       Kim363@mailbox.sc.edu 
Tel:  803-777-3469

 

ADDRESS

We are looking for highly motivated & energetic graduate students and several postdoctoral research fellows. Applicants should have experiences as follows.

  - For Dept. of Electrical Engineering: 

      Electronics, electricity, and magnetism

      Materials science and engineering (magnetic thin films and devices, electronic materials) 

      Magnetic nanoparticles, Chemistry (biochemistry), physics (applied physics) 

 

  - For the Biomedical Engineering Program:

      Biomedical engineering and biology for medicine.

 

Interested applicants contact Prof. Seongtae Bae directly by email at bae4@cec.sc.edu.

Join our group
 

Bae group, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Carolina