His primary areas of study are Microfluidics, Nanotechnology, Electrowetting, Wetting and Microelectromechanical systems. His Microfluidics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Digital microfluidics, Fluidics, Surface tension, Analytical chemistry and Mechanics. His Nanotechnology research incorporates elements of Slip, Composite material and Drag.
His Electrowetting course of study focuses on Electronic engineering and Mechanical engineering. His Wetting research includes themes of Contact angle, Liquid pressure, Optics and Nanostructure. His research integrates issues of Liquid metal, Drop, Electrical engineering and Microscale chemistry in his study of Microelectromechanical systems.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Optoelectronics, Electrowetting and Microelectromechanical systems. His studies deal with areas such as Wetting, Composite material and Slip as well as Nanotechnology. His Microfluidics study incorporates themes from Digital microfluidics, Fluidics, Chip, Analytical chemistry and Mechanics.
His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Anode and Electrical engineering. His Electrowetting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Microchannel and Surface tension. His Microelectromechanical systems study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mechanical engineering, Cantilever and Microscale chemistry.
Chang-Jin Kim mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Wetting, Optoelectronics and Electrowetting. His research integrates issues of Heat transfer and Microscale chemistry in his study of Nanotechnology. His Microfluidics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Yield, Radiosynthesis, Reagent, Digital microfluidics and Chip.
His Wetting research incorporates themes from Optics and Nanostructure. Chang-Jin Kim has included themes like Cathode, Anode, Analytical chemistry, Electronic engineering and Dry etching in his Optoelectronics study. His work focuses on many connections between Electrowetting and other disciplines, such as Chromatography, that overlap with his field of interest in Filtration.
Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Wetting, Electrowetting and Chip are his primary areas of study. His studies in Nanotechnology integrate themes in fields like Mechanics and Microscale chemistry. His research in Microfluidics intersects with topics in Yield, Reagent, Digital microfluidics and Analytical chemistry.
While the research belongs to areas of Wetting, Chang-Jin Kim spends his time largely on the problem of Surface finish, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Superhydrophobic coating, Polymer, Resist and Nanostructure. As part of his research on Electrowetting, studies on Dielectric, Optoelectronics and Voltage are part of the effort. His study in Chip is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electric signal and Microelectromechanical systems.
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Creating, transporting, cutting, and merging liquid droplets by electrowetting-based actuation for digital microfluidic circuits
Sung Kwon Cho;Hyejin Moon;Chang-Jin Kim.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2003)
Turning a surface superrepellent even to completely wetting liquids
Tingyi Leo Liu;Chang-Jin C J Kim.
Large Slip of Aqueous Liquid Flow over a Nanoengineered Superhydrophobic Surface
Chang-Hwan Choi;Chang-Jin Kim.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Electrowetting and electrowetting-on-dielectric for microscale liquid handling
Junghoon Lee;Hyejin Moon;Jesse Fowler;Thomas Schoellhammer.
international conference on micro electro mechanical systems (2002)
Low voltage electrowetting-on-dielectric
Hyejin Moon;Sung Kwon Cho;Robin L. Garrell;Chang-Jin “Cj” Kim.
Journal of Applied Physics (2002)
Characterization of Nontoxic Liquid-Metal Alloy Galinstan for Applications in Microdevices
Tingyi Liu;P. Sen;Chang-Jin Kim.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2012)
Effective slip and friction reduction in nanograted superhydrophobic microchannels
Chang-Hwan Choi;Umberto Ulmanella;Joonwon Kim;Chih-Ming Ho.
Physics of Fluids (2006)
Surface-tension-driven microactuation based on continuous electrowetting
Junghoon Lee;Chang-Jin Kim.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2000)
Structured surfaces for a giant liquid slip.
Choongyeop Lee;Chang-Hwan Choi;Chang-Jin “Cj” Kim.
Physical Review Letters (2008)
Underwater restoration and retention of gases on superhydrophobic surfaces for drag reduction.
Choongyeop Lee;Chang-Jin Kim.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
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