Research Interests: My research interests generally lie in the topics that intersects electrical engineering, applied physics, and bioengineering. Particularly, I am currently exploring the relams of low-power integrated circuit design, biosensor/circuit interfaces, and next-generation wireless circuits and systems for communication.Job Interests: Academic, industry R&D, or start-up
Dongjin (DJ) Seo is currently pursuing his PhD in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis on low-power integrated circuit design and brain-machine interfaces. He received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering with honors from the California Institute of Technology in 2011. At Caltech, DJ designed and fabricated microfluidic calorimeters for high-throughput biochemical measurements at the Kavli Nanoscience Institute and for his undergraduate thesis, demonstrated the world’s first all-silicon THz imaging system in CMOS for security imaging and microscopy of biological specimens. DJ has also completed internships at Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Altera Corporations. DJ is the recipient of a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.