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Ki-Taek Lim, Ph.D.


Associate Professor, Biosystems Engineering, KNU (home)

 

Adjunct Professor / Visiting Scholar, Biosystems Engineering, SNU (joint)

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Research-at-a-glance: 

Biological process engineering/Bioreactor systems

Bio-instrumentation/Systems automation

Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Bio/Nano-Technology applications

Biological imaging

Science robotics

 

Biography

Prof. Lim completed his undergraduate degrees in Biosystems Engineering at Konkuk University and an MA in Biomechatronics from Sungkyunkwan University. Ki-Taek continued his doctoral studies in Biosystems Engineering at Seoul National University under the joint supervision of Prof. Jong Hoon Chung. He held a postdoctoral appointment at Dental Research Institute, Seoul National University where he developed high-throughput automated culture platforms via a bioreactor process engineering for enhanced tissue regeneration from stem cells in Prof. Pill-Hoon Choung’s laboratory, plus, he developed nanoparticles as tools to control stem cells in Prof. Jin-Woo Kim’s Bio/Nano-Technology Group, Institute for Nanoscience and Engineering, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Ki-Taek joined KNU as an Assistant Professor of Biosystems Engineering in Feb. 2015, with getting along with an Adjunct Professor and a Visiting Scholar at SNU (Seoul National University)

 

Research: 

Broadly, research in the Lim group integrates new bioreactor process, optical, and bio/nano-technology tools for application in biology and agricultural engineering. We pioneer the bio-convergence system in biosystems engineering approaches, aiming to enable multi-parametric studies with the power to reveal the workings of natural and engineered biological systems.

 

Research Areas:  

  • Bioreactor Engineering/Automated Bioreactor System: Engineering Parameters in Bioreactor’s Design

  • Automation and -Robotics for Biological Engineering

  • Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

  • Bioceramics for Bone Tissue Engineering

  • Stem Cell Culture Technologies & Convergence Engineering based on 3D Printing & Micro-Nano Platforms 

  • Pathogen Detection Systems using fully automated-on site microbiological testing productions.

 

Technopreneurship & Startup 

Biomechagen

@2015 by ktlim | Bio-Nanorobotics Group| D-BSE (Department of Biosystems Engineering) | Kangwon National University, KNU Chuncheon

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