Dr. Kim is interested in teaching a broad range of courses in electrical engineering including electromagnetic theory, solid-state devices, and semiconductors. He also has the primary goal to maintain an active research program in nanotechnology.
His research interests are electromagnetic novel materials and devices. In particular, Dr. Kim’s interests include nanomaterials, electrical and magnetic characterization, and nanofabrication for energy related device and information technology applications.
Dr. Kim has a variety of research experiences. He was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Alabama in the Center for Materials for Information Technology. He worked at Design for Reliability Solutions in Maryland, where he investigated failure analysis of microelectronic devices. He also worked at Hynix Semiconductor Inc., formerly known as Hyundai Electronics, and Institute for Advanced Engineering where he participated in process development of dynamic random access memory and provided consultation to GM-Daewoo. He received a research fellowship at Korea Institute of Science and Technology where he participated in developing a plasma source ion implantation.
Dr. Kim is married to Gimin, with whom he has one daughter, Christine. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading books, and watching football.
Dr. Gunwoo Kim has served at Anderson University since 2013.
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Assistant Professor of Engineering
B.S. Physics, The University of Hanyang (Seoul, South Korea)
M.S. Applied Physics, The University of Hanyang (Seoul, South Korea)
Ph.D. Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), The University of Alabama