Park, Donghun | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

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Park, Donghun

Park, Donghun

Research Scientist at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences
Adjunct Faculty I/Lecturer/Asst. Resc. Prof.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Laboratory for Physical Sciences

Education

  • PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park USA, 2008

  • MSc, Electrical and Computer Engineering, POSTECH, Republic of Korea, 1999

  • BSc, Electrical and Computer Engineering, POSTECH, Republic of Korea, 1997

 

Industry Experience

  • Telinker Inc.
    - Development & comercialization of VoIP telecommunication server Gatekeeper, 2000~2003
    - Development of voice recognition engine in VoIP telecommunication

  • 3DFlexible, Inc.
    - Development of G-postprocessor for 3D hybrid printed electronics, 2016~present
    - Development of automatic tool-length adjustment system 2016~present


Background

Donghun Park obtained his PhD from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2008. He is a currently a faculty member in the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering and working at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS). Dr. Park has more than 20 years of experience in RF photonics and integrated optics. He has designed and fabricated antenna-integrated radio-over-fiber (ROF) phase modulators; micro-strip line-loaded high speed EO phase modulators; designed multilayered perfect absorbers for energy harvest; designed free space optics: ellipsometry, attenuated total reflection, reflectometry, interferometry; developed the rigorous ellipsometric analysis and experimental instrument; built cryogenic attenuated total reflection and interferometry equipment; built Maker fringe instrument for second order tensor characterization; designed and fabricated integrated RF transmission lines and ROF optical communications; built and tested phase-modulated fiber optic links. He was a founding member of a telecommunication startup company Telinker Inc. in 2000, where he developed a VoIP gatekeeper server and voice recognition system. He is now a co-founder of 3DFlexible. Inc., where he programs post-processors for 3D hybrid printed electronics. He has more than 50 publications and has received five SBIR/STTR and government funded project awards, totaling ~$2.5M with his colleagues. He is currently teaching a RF/antenna class at the University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) and the University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland (USMSM), and interested in printed hybrid electronics and development of 3D RF electronic components.

 

Awards

  • ECE Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship, 2008

  • ABES Best Poster award, 2010

  • Multiple SBIR/STTR awards

 

 

 

  • RF Photonics
  • Optoelectronics
  • RF simulation&analysis
  • Telecommunications
  • Software/hardware development for manufacturing 
  • 3D printed hybrid electronics

  • ENEE489A-0101: Topics in Electrophysics; Laboratory for Antennas for Wireless Personal Communication - Spring 2018
  • ENEE489N-SH01: Topics in Electrophysics; Antenna Design - Fall 2018
  • ENEE489A-0101: Topics in Electrophysics; Laboratory for Antennas for Wireless Personal Communication - Spring 2019
  • ENEE489N-SH01: Topics in Electrophysics; Antenna Design - Fall 2019