Jaeyoun Kim

  • Associate Professor

Main Office

2128 Coover
Ames, IA 50011-3060
Phone: 515-294-4214


PhD, Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (2003)
MS, Electrical Engineering, University of Arizona at Tucson (1994)
BS, Electrical Engineering, Kwangwoon University at Seoul, Korea (1992)

Interest Areas

Photonics, plasmonics, application of optical nanostructures for bioengineering, optical BioMEMS, bio-mimetic optics

Core Research Area: Microelectronics and photonics; bioengineering

Strategic Research Area: Small-Scale Technology

Selected Publications

Lee, Jiwon and Jaeyoun Kim. Numerical Investigation of Quasi-Coplanar Plasmonic Waveguide-based Photonic Components. Optics Express 16, (2008): 9691-9700.
Lee, Jiwon and Jaeyoun Kim. A Quasi-Coplanar Plasmonic Waveguide for Ultra-compact Photonic Integrated Circuits. In Proc. Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, San Jose, CA, May 4-9, 2008.
Kim, J. Surface Plasmon-Polaariton Wave guiding Characteristics of Metal/Dielectric Quasi-Coplanar Structures. Optic Letters 31, (2007): 3405-3407.
Liu, G. L., J. Kim, Y. Lu, and L. P. Lee. Fluorescence Enhancement of Quantum Dots Enclosed in Au Nanopockets with Sub Wavelength Aperture. Applied Physics Letters, no. 241118, (2006).
Jeong, K. H., J. Kim, and L. P. Lee. Biomimetic Artificial Compound Eyes. Science 312, (2006): 557-561.