JiHo (Julie) Han

JiHo (Julie) Han

Mentor

Dr. Yong-Kyu Yoon

College

Major

Biomedical Engineering

Minor

Engineering Innovation

Organizations

Dream Team Engineering (DTE), General Relief in Prosthetics (GRiP)

Academic Awards

Interdisciplinary Microsystems Group (IMG) Undergraduates Scholarships: Boeing Scholarship (Fall 2021), KSEA Scholarship for Undergraduate Students (Spring 2021), Horatio Alger Engineering Scholarship (Fall 2020), Dean's List

Volunteering

Dr. Yong-Kyu (YK) Yoon's Multidisciplinary Nano & Microsystems (MnM) Laboratory, Dr. Daniel P. Ferris's Human Neuromechanics Laboratory (HNL), B.MEntor, BME Student Council Member

Research Interests

Neural engineering, neuromechanics, biosensors and signals, etc.

Hobbies and Interests

Painting nails, arts and crafts, cooking, and playing instruments

Research Project

Smart Electropalatography for Linguistic and Medicine Applications (SELMA)

SELMA is a National Science Foundation-funded project for linguistic and medical applications. The project targets building the thinnest, wireless, and fast-scanning sensor device to better monitor speech production and articulation patterns. These features aim to create a unique form of diagnosis for patients with neurological diseases/disorders that hinder speech.

  • Dr. Yong-Kyu Yoon
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Engineering Innovation
  • Neural engineering, neuromechanics, biosensors and signals, etc.
  • Interdisciplinary Microsystems Group (IMG) Undergraduates Scholarships: Boeing Scholarship (Fall 2021), KSEA Scholarship for Undergraduate Students (Spring 2021), Horatio Alger Engineering Scholarship (Fall 2020), Dean's List
  • Dream Team Engineering (DTE), General Relief in Prosthetics (GRiP)
  • Dr. Yong-Kyu (YK) Yoon's Multidisciplinary Nano & Microsystems (MnM) Laboratory, Dr. Daniel P. Ferris's Human Neuromechanics Laboratory (HNL), B.MEntor, BME Student Council Member
  • Painting nails, arts and crafts, cooking, and playing instruments
  • Smart Electropalatography for Linguistic and Medicine Applications (SELMA)
  • SELMA is a National Science Foundation-funded project for linguistic and medical applications. The project targets building the thinnest, wireless, and fast-scanning sensor device to better monitor speech production and articulation patterns. These features aim to create a unique form of diagnosis for patients with neurological diseases/disorders that hinder speech.