Minki Lee

Minki Lee
Ph.D. Student

Research Topic
Nature Inspired Technologies

Mobile: (+82-10)-5671-1503
Email: dlalsrl11 at skku.edu


Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), M.S & Ph.D. Combined Course, Mechanical Engineering, 2015-resent
Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), B.S. Course, Mechanical Engineering, 2009-2014


  1. Lee, Jinkee, et al. “The effect of dilution on the dispersion with respect to microfluidic channel geometries.” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 104 (2017): 813-818.

Research Experiences

  1. Development of Leaf-Inspired Powerless Pump and Actuator for Extreme Condition and Ultrafine Control (2014-)
    – Development of leaf-inspired powerless pump using agarose gel
    – Nano scale Performance evaluation of the powerless agarose gel pump using silver nano particles, carbon nano tube, titanium oxide particle, titanium nano tube
    – Analysis of mechanism of the fluid flow inside the agarose gel
  2. Development of high concentrated slightly acidic hypochlorous acid water generator (2014-)
    – Optimization of hypochlorous acid concentration changing electrolytic cell structure, current, flow rate and percent of hydrochloric acid
    – Numerical analysis of flow motion in an electrolytic cell using COMSOL


Master & Ph.D. combined course Scholarship for excellent grades students   funded by SKKU (2015-Present)
Brain Korea 21 Scholarship funded by National Research Foundation of Korea (2015-Present)

Awards & Honors

2016    Outstanding Poster Award, The 9th International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, Korea
2015   Outstanding Paper Award, Korean Society of Visualization, Sparing Conference, South Korea
2014     COMSOL Multiphysics certificate (basic/electromagnetic RF module)