H. B. Lim received the B. S. degree in chemistry from Sogang University, Seoul, Korea, and the Ph. D degree from Iowa State University, USA. He joined the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, for Post-doc and Ames Laboratory, USA as a visiting scientist. He served as a dean of the college of natural science, Dankook University and is currently a Professor of Analytical Chemistry.
His research has been focused primarily on chemical sensors and analytical instrumentation for semiconductor process and environmental issues. He also interests in optical spectrometry for biological detection with nano particles. He is currently a member of editorial advisory board for J. of Anal. Atom. Spectrom., RSC and an associate editor of analytical chemistry, Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society.
Recently he became a Fellow of RSC, and a chairperson of analytical chemistry division, the Korean Chemical Society.
-Atomic Spectroscopy (ICP-AES,ICP-MS,GFAA) with Laser Ablation
-Capillary Electrophoresis and instrumentation for Inorganic Ions
-Development of microchip chemical sensors for biological, environmental and semiconductor process s
-Sample pretreatment, speciation, and introduction for metallomics in atomic spectrometry
Synthesis of nanoparticles and bioapplication for sensor
Process control and monitoring in Semiconductor manufacturing process
Enviromental and Bioanalysis using nanoparticles with optical sensor
Chemical sensors and Mass spectrometry
Atomic Spectrometry (ICP-AES/MS)
Standardization of Analytical method and RoHS