Area of expertise: Nanoscale biosensors, nanostructured solar cells, surface
plasmon resonance, microfluidics
Ph.D., Applied Physics, 2001, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States
B.S., Physics, 1996, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST),
Office: 5-119 Keller Hall
Telephone: (612) 625-0125
E-mail: sang (at) umn.edu
Personal Web Site: http://nanobio.umn.edu/Home.html
Research Group Web Site: http://nanobio.umn.edu/Home.html
3M Non-tenured Faculty Award (2008)
My research goal is work at the interface between biology and technology, and to develop new tools for biomedical discovery process by using nanofabrication and photonics.
Nathan C. Lindquist, Antoine Lesuffleur, and Sang-Hyun Oh. "Periodic modulation of extraordinary optical transmission through sub-wavelength hole arrays using surrounding Bragg mirrors". Physical Review B, 76 (2007): 155109.
Antoine Lesuffleur, Hyungsoon Im, Nathan C. Lindquist, and Sang-Hyun Oh. "Periodic Nanohole Arrays with Shape-Enhanced Plasmon Resonance as Real-Time Biosensors". Applied Physics Letters, 90 (2007): 243110.
Sang-Hyun Oh, Sang-Ho Lee, Sophia A. Kenrick, Patrick S. Daugherty, and H. T. Soh. "Cell-Based Microfluidic Protein Sensor". Journal of Proteomic Research, 5 (2006): 3433.