Congratulations to Helena Knowles who starts as a lecturer (equivalent to an assistant professor in the US) at the Department of Physics, University of Cambridge UK!
Our collaborative paper on electron-phonon Cerenkov instability in graphene was published in Science. This observation opens up possibilities for tunable terahertz generation and active phononic devices based on two-dimensional materials.
Congratulations to Jellert Gaublomme who starts in January as an assistant professor of biological sciences at Columbia University in the City of New York!
Our scanning electron microscope image of rat cortical neurons on top of a CMOS-nanoelectrode array has been selected as a winner of the 2018 Beauty of the Brain image contest by the Harvard Brain Science Initiative.
Hongkun has been selected as one of the Highly Cited Researchers by Clarivate Analytics in 2018, recognized for multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations in 2006-2016.
Hongkun gave a TEDxKFAS talk on our work on CMOS-neuroelectronic interfaces. It gives an overview of the related field for general audience but also a flavor on our collaborative work with Professor Donhee Ham’s group.
Our collaborative paper on photon-mediated interactions between SiV color centers in a diamond nanocavity was published online in Science.
Congratulations to Javier Sanchez-Yamagishi who began a new faculty position at the University of California at Irvine in July! He joins the Department of Physics as an assistant professor.
Our paper on atomically thin mirrors made of monolayer semiconductors was published in Phys. Rev. Lett. This work was selected as Editor's suggestion and featured in a News & Views article in Nature, a News and Commentary article in Phys. Rev. Lett., and was covered in a news article in Chemistry World.
Our paper on magnetic resonance spectroscopy of an atomically thin material using a diamond color center was published in Science.
Hongkun Park recieved the 2016 National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship!
Congratulations to Dr. Nathalie de Leon who will begin a new faculty position at Princeton! She will be joining the Department of Electrical Engineering.
Congratulations to Dr. Alexander Sushkov who will begin a new faculty position at Boston University! He will be joining the Department of Physics.
Our work was published in Blood and featured as a cover article.
Congratulations to Dr. Alexander K. Shalek who will begin a new faculty position at MIT! He will be joining the Department of Chemistry and the Institute for Medical Engineering & Science.
Hongkun Park delivered a Kavli colloquim at the Institute of Nanoscience Delft, and is featured in their newsletter.
Our work was selected as a winner for the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards.
Our collaborative work with Aviv Regev and Vijay Kuchroo was published in Nature and was featured in Scientific American, Nature, Science, CBS News, the Boston Globe, and at MS Discovery Forum. The work is explained in a short youtube video and two Broad news articles.
Congratulations to Dr. Jacob T. Robinson who will begin a new faculty position at Rice University! He will be joining the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Bioengineering.
Our work was published in Nature Nanotechnology and featured as a cover article. The work is also mentioned in an article in Wired.
Our collaborative work with the groups of Aviv Regev and Nir Hacohen was published in Cell and was featured as a cover article.
Hongkun Park interview hosted by The Kavli Foundation with Nicholas Spitzer (UCSD), Kwabena Boahen (Stanford), Using Nanoscale Technologies to Understand and Replicate the Human Brain
Park Group's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences paper highlighed in Technology Review
Park Group's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences paper highlighed in Physics Today Physics Update
Park Group's neurobiology research profiled in Harvard Magazine
Hongkun Park receives 2008 NIH Director's Pioneer Award!
A Harvard portrait of Professor Hongkun Park: http://www.harvardmagazine.com/on-line/030588.html and: http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2005/05.19/03-park.html