Prof. Kim received his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), U.S.A. for the development of ultrafast three-dimensional microscope and microfabrication system using femtosecond pulsed laser. He then co-founded FemtoFab, Inc., which developed a high-speed three-dimensional microfabrication system, and served as CTO (Chief Technology Officer). In 2010, he was a recipient for the National Institute of Health's Small Business Innovation Research(SBIR) as a principal investigator.
He has taught cadets majoring in mechanical engineering for three years in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Korea Air Force Academy(KAFA). He also has been working in Mechanical Engineering at Dankook University since September 2010. His research field is the development of microscopic imaging and microfabrication technology using optomechatronics and he is interested in the diagnosis of diseases in medical science or quantitative measurement of life science phenomenon as an application field of this technology.
-  bachelor's degree Department of Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, Seoul National University, KOREA
-  master's degree Department of Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, Seoul National University, KOREA
-  doctor's degree Department of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2009-06-06)
- FemtoFab, Inc. (2009-07-22)
- Korea Airforce Academy (1996-12-01)
- Korea Airforce Academy (1995-08-20)
3D Wide-Field Microfabrication
3D Wide-Field Microscopy
- System Dynamics and Control
- Mechatronics / Optomechatronics
- 3D Imaging
- 3D Microfabrication
- 3D Microrheology
- 3D Optofluidics