Professor Min-Kyu Je has been named as the ‘Distinguished Lecturer’ supported by the Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). As the world’s largest society in the field of circuit and system, IEEE CASS selects a number of world-renowned scholars who lead research in this field with outstanding research results as ‘Distinguished Lecturers’ every year. The selected scholars get the opportunity to conduct guest lectures at more than 120 chapters around the world.
This gives the members of the society a chance to gain knowledge of the latest research trends and outstanding achievements and to communicate directly with the Distinguished Lecturer.
Professor Min-Kyu Je has been recognized as an excellent researcher in the field of circuits and systems for next-generation medical devices and brain-neural interfaces. He will be working as a Distinguished Lecturer for two years from this year to 2021, and give out lectures on the theme of ‘integrated circuits and microsystems for biomedical applications’. A list of IEEE CASS Distinguished Lecturers can be found at the link below.
Congratulations again to Professor Min-Kyu Je!