Jungho Ahn (Fall 2016~)


Ph.D. Candidate in ME (GT-SNU)

  • Georgia Tech & Seoul National University Joint PhD Program (co-advised by Prof. Noo Li Jeon (SNU))
  • Brain Korea 21 Plus Fellowship 2014
  • Global Ph.D. Fellowship from NRF, South Korea 2015

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Yonsei University, South Korea, 2014

Research Topic: Probing the effect of HDL on angiogenesis using microvasculature on a chip device

Taeyoung Kim (Fall 2016~)


Ph.D. student in ME

Hyundai Kefico, South Korea, 2012-2015

General Motors, South Korea, 2012

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2011

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Dongguk University, 2009

Research Topic: Multiscale modeling and simulations, CFD, Molecular dynamics, Nanomanufacturing, High-throughput nanoparticle characterization

Song Ih Ahn (Fall 2015~)


Ph.D. candidate in BioE & ME

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, KAIST, South Korea, 2014

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, KAIST, South Korea, 2012

Research Topic: Neurovascular unit engineering and CNS drug delivery

Yoshitaka Sei (Fall 2013~)


Ph.D. candidate in BioE & ME

  • Georgia Tech Presidential Fellow 2013
  • NIH Cell and Tissue Engineering Trainee 2015

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 2013

Research Topic: HDL mimetic nanomedicine, CVD drug delivery, and Microvasculature on a chip

Michael Toth (Fall 2013~)


Ph.D. candidate in ME

B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012

Research Topic: High-precision control, Large-scale integration in microfluidics, Scalable nanomanufacturing

Candice Hovell (Fall 2013~)


Ph.D. candidate in BME

  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow 2014
  • J. Norman and Rosalyn Wells Fellow in Neuroengineering 2014

B.S. Chemical and Biological Engineering with minors in Mathematics and Biology, University of Alabama, 2012

Research Topic: Blood brain barrier on a chip and CNS drug delivery

Former Graduate Students