Sunghoon Jang
Chair

Areas of Interest:

 •  Biomedical Sensors and Instruments
 •  Biomedical Signal Processing and Control Systems
 •  Opto-electronics and Laser Optics

Education:

 •  Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, University of Connecticut
 •  M.S.E.E. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology
 •  B.S.E.E. in Electrical Engineering, Kyung-Nam University, Korea

Courses Taught:

 •  EET 1102: Techniques of Electrical Technology
 •  EET 1122: Circuit Analysis I
 •  EET 1240: Electronics
 •  EET 1241: Electronics Laboratory
 •  EET 2140: Communications Electronics
 •  EET 2141: Communications Electronics Laboratory
 •  EET 2162: Digital Electronics I
 •  TCET 2102: Analog and Digital Telephony
 •  TCET 3102: Analog and Digital Communications I
 •  TCET 4202: Advanced Telecommunications
 •  TCET 4220: Telecommunications Seminar
 •  ETX 1212: Digital Systems in Telecommunications I
 •  ETX 2112: Digital Systems in Telecommunications II
 •  ETX 3122: Introduction to Electronics
 •  ETX 3142: Telecommunication I
 •  ETX 3222: Electronic Communications

Publications:

 •  Jang S., Spellane P., Razani M., “Proposing a New Study in Non-Invasive Amperometric Glucose Sensing Technology through the NYC-LSAMP Summer Fellowship Program,” the ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Conference at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, October 28-29, 2011.
 •  Jang S., Li H., “A New Method for a Non-Invasive Glucose-Sensing Polarimetry System,” International Journal of Engineering Research and Innovation (IJERI), Volume 2, Number 1, Pages 36 – 42, Spring/Summer 2010 Edition.
 •  Jang S., Markowitz K., “Initiating the Undergraduate Research Study through the CUNY LSAMP Summer Fellowship Program,” the ASEE Southeastern Section Conference at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, April 18-20, 2010.
 •  Jang S., Markowitz K., Carranza A., "Developing a Senior Capstone Project Course in Integrating Undergraduate Teaching and Research,” the ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Spring 2010 Conference, Easton, PA, April 16-17, 2010.
 •  Vilsaint D., Jang S.,"Studying and Developing a Non-invasive Optical Glucose Sensing System Using Advanced Opto-Electronic Technology", the 2009 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), Phoenix, AZ, November 5-7, 2009.
 •  Jang S., Markowitz K., “Developing the Core Course Modules in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Program”, the Conference of Synergy in STEM: Bring Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering Together, Brooklyn, NY, October 29, 2009.
 •  Jang S., Markowitz K., Li H., “A New Approach to Present a Non-Invasive Optical Glucose Sensor Using Advanced Opto-Electronic Technology,” the ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Fall 2009 Conference, King of Prussia, PA, October 23-24, 2009.
 •  Jang S., Russo R., Li H., “Modifying the Existing Non-invasive Optical Glucose Sensing Device and Demonstrating the Optical Rotatory Effect of Glucose in the Presence of Glucose Medium”, the ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Spring 2007 conference at NJIT, Newark , NJ, April 13-14, 2007.
 •  Jang S., Ciszkowska M., Russo R., Li H.,A New Approach to Glucose Monitoring Using a Non-Invasive Ocular Amperometric Electro-Chemical Glucose Sensor for the Diabetics”, the ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Spring 2006 conference, Brooklyn, NY, April 28-29, 2006.

Grants:

 •  As a PI, received S-STEM Grant from National Science Foundation (NSF), “Engineering the Future,” in the amount of $599,790/4yrs started in May 1, 2012.
 •  As a PI, received PSC-CUNY Research Grant in the amount of $ 2,400 for 2010/2011 academic year.
 •  As a PI, received PSC-CUNY Research Grant in the amount of $ 3,943 for 2007/2008 academic year.
 •  As a PI, received Graduate Research and Technology Initiative (GRTI) Grant – Round 10 in the amount of $ 20,950 started in June 1, 2007.
 •  As a Co-PI, received STEP Grant from National Science Foundation (NSF), “Metropolitan Mentors Network (MMNet): Growing an Urban STEM Talent Pool Across New York City,” in the amount of $990,657/5yrs started in May 1, 2007.
 •  As a Co-PI, received S-STEM Grant from National Science Foundation (NSF), “S-STEM Scholars,” in the amount of $496,800/4yrs started in Oct 1, 2007.
 •  As a PI, received Perkins Grant in the amount of $ 25,078 for 2006/2007 academic year.
 •  As a PI, received Graduate Research and Technology Initiative (GRTI) Grant – Round 9 in the amount of $ 12,000 started in June 1, 2006.
 •  As a PI, received PSC-CUNY Research Grant in the amount of $ 4,000 for 2005/2006 academic year.