Eikhyun Cho is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Division. He received his B.S, M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Yonsei University. His doctoral research focused on developing multi optical probes for large areal confocal imaging and parallel detection of biomolecules. Eikhyun Cho is working with Dr. Jason Gorman developing a nanophotonic waveguide cavity for high finesse MEMS accelerometer.
 S. J. Park, J. G. Ok, H. J. Park, K. -T. Lee, J. H. Lee, J. D. Kim, E. Cho, H. W. Baac, S. Kang, L. J. Guo, and A. J. Hart, “Modulation of the effective density and refractive index of carbon nanotube forests via nanoimprint lithography”, Carbon, (2018) 129, 8-14.
 E. Cho, S. Choi, J. Shim, T. Kim, R. Shin, J. Lee, J. Kim, H.-I. Jung and S. Kang*, “High-throughput detection of human salivary cortisol using a multiple optical probe based scanning system with micro-optics and nanograting coupled label-free microarray”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, (2016) 233, 520-527.
 E. Cho, S. Kim, S. C. Shin, J. Han, J. Shim, R. Shin, J. Hong, and S. Kang*, “Formation of multilayered magnetic nanotracks with perpendicular anisotropy via deoxidization using ion irradiation on ultraviolet-imprinted intaglio nanostructures”, Applied Physics Letters, (2015) 106, 043104(1)-043104(5).
 E. Cho, R. Shin, J. Shim, H.-I. Jung, and S. Kang*, “Label-free detection of protein-protein interactions on multi-scale micro-well arrays using spatial light modulator”, Applied Physics Letters, (2014) 105, 231113(1)-231113(5).