Prof. Yoon receives "UB's Exceptional Scholar: Young Investigator Award for 2009"
This award was established in 2001 to recognize tenure track junior faculty whose body of work over a number of years has garnered professional or public accolades beyond the norm for faculty at a similar career stage.
Prof. Yoon receives Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from National Science Foundation (NSF)
“RF/Microwave components and devices using micro-/nano machined metamaterial,” January 24, 2008
Dr. Whalen and Dr. Yoon lead a newly established Bird Technologies Group Fellowship Program
Dr. Whalen and Dr. Yoon lead a newly established Bird Technologies Group Fellowship Program. Bird Technologies Group, Solon, OH, has given $200,000 to the University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to advance research and education in UB's RF/microwave systems program. In honor of the corporation's gift, space in the new engineering building to be constructed on UB's North (Amherst) Campus will be called the Bird Technologies Group Microwave Laboratory. The gift also establishes the Bird Technologies Group Fellowship Program. UB electrical engineering faculty Yong-Kyu Yoon, assistant professor, and James J. Whalen, professor, will lead the newly established Bird Technologies Fellowship Program, which will provide scholarship support for three students in electrical engineering.
Prof. Yoon receives NSF Grant
Prof. Yoon has received an award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the amount of $200,000 to explore Multidirectional 3-D UV Lithography for Advanced Microfabrication.
Graduate poster competition (3rd place)
Jungkwun Kim, Sungyong Cha, and Yong-Kyu Yoon, “Automated Dynamic Mode Multidirectional UV Lithography for Complex 3-D Microstructures,” in the Electrical Engineering Department of University at Buffalo, March, 2008