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- Invited Talks and Presentations

18.

S.Choi, ˇ°Powering point-of-care diagnostic devices with disposable biobatteries,ˇ± IEEE NANOMED 2018, December 2th - 5th, Hawaii, USA, 2018 (Invited)

17.

S.Choi, ˇ°Merging electronic baceria with paper,ˇ± ACS Boston Symposium, August 19th - 23th, Boston, USA, 2018 (Invited)

16.

S.Choi, ˇ°On-demand power generation from lyophilized exoelectrogens,ˇ± 2018 MRS Spring, April 2th - 6th, Phoenix, USA, 2018 (Invited)

15.

S.Choi, ˇ°Paper biobatteries,ˇ± the University of New Hampshire, Nov. 17th, 2017  (Invited)

14.

Y. Gao, and S.Choi, ˇ°A disposable microbial battery pack for point-of-care testing in resource-limited settings,ˇ± IEEE NIH 2017, Bethesda, MD, USA, Nov. 6-8, 2017

13.

M. Mohammadifar, and S.Choi, ˇ°A self-powered paper-based microbial sensor for lactate monitoring in sweat,ˇ± IEEE NIH 2017, Bethesda, MD, USA, Nov. 6-8, 2017

11.

S.Choi, ˇ°Paper-based biobatteries,ˇ± The 2nd Annual Summit on Science Enablement for the Sustainable Development Goals (The New York Academy of Science), Oct. 17th, 2017  (Invited)

10.

S.Choi, ˇ°A Body-fluid activated Paper Biobattery,ˇ± 2017 US-Korea Conference, August 9th - 12th, Washington DC, USA, 2017 (Invited)

9.

S.Choi, ˇ°Powering Point-of-care Diagnostic Devices: On-demand Bio-Power Generation,ˇ± 2nd Microfluidics Congress:USA, July 25th~26th, Philadelphia, USA, 2017

8.

L. Kwan, A. Fraiwan, and  S.Choi, ˇ°A paper-based biofuel cell,ˇ± NSF REU Program, July 30, Binghamton, NY, USA, 2015

7.

A. Fraiwan, and  S.Choi, ˇ°A microbial fuel cell,ˇ± NSUNY 4E Workshop on Energy & Sustainability, Nov. 20-21, Binghamton, NY, USA, 2014

6.

T. Beebe, A. Fraiwan, and  S.Choi, ˇ°A microfluidic platform for real time sensing and characterization of electroactive biofilms,ˇ± NSF REU Program, July 30, Binghamton, NY, USA, 2014

5.

J. Lu and S. Choi, ˇ°A micro-sized microbial fuel cell-based biosensor for fast and sensitive detection of toxic substances in water,ˇ± McNair Summer Research Program, July 20,  Buffalo, NY, USA, 2014

4.

D. Han, S.Choi, D. Hassett, A. Steckl, ˇ°Porous Electrospun Nanofiber Membrane Electrode for Enhancing Power Density of Micro-sized MFC,ˇ± Advances in Microfluidics & Nanofluidics, May 24-26, South Bend, Indiana, USA, 2013

3.

S. Sundermier, A. Fraiwan and S. Choi, ˇ°Laminar Flow based microbial fuel cells,ˇ± Advances in Microfluidics & Nanofluidics, May 24-26, South Bend, Indiana, USA, 2013

2.

A. Fraiwan, S. Sundermier, and S. Choi, "Micro Microbial Fuel Cells", The Center for Advanced Sensors and Environmental Systems (CASE) workshop, Mar. 22, 2013, Binghamton University, Binghantom, USA

1.

S. Choi ˇ°BioMEMS Devices and ackaging,ˇ± IEEC TAB meeting, Oct. 2, 2012, Binghamton University,  Binghamton, USA.

 

Previous - 2012 (non-BU)
4. J. Chae,W. Xu, & S. Choi, ˇ°MEMS FBAR (Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator) for Real Time In-Situ Monitoring of Competitive Protein Adsorption,ˇ± IBE (The Institute of Biological Engineering) 2010 Annual conference, March 4-6th, 2010, Cambridge, MA, USA
3. J. Chae & S. Choi, ˇ°Detecting a target molecule using competitive adsorption and exchange of proteins,ˇ± IBE, 2010 Annual conference, March 4-6th, 2010, Cambridge, MA, USA
2. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ˇ°A New Protein Sensor Platform based on Competitive Protein Adsorption for Thyroglobulin Detection,ˇ± Design of Medical Devices Conference, April 13-15th, 2009, Minneapolis
1. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ˇ°A Novel Reusable Vroman Effect-based Biosensor,ˇ± IEEE, Emerging Device and Packaging Technologies, November 14th, 2008, Arizona State University, USA