Hangue Park

Assistant Professor

Park, Hangue

Office: WEB 244E
Phone: 979.458.7853

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Research Interests

  • Neuromodulation using electrical stimulation
  • Gait rehabilitation with neuroprosthesis
  • Rhythmic movements in human body
  • Wireless intraoral device and its applications
  • Biomedical system & IC design


Awards & Honors

  • Neuroscience​ Trainee Professional Development Award, Society for Neuroscience, 2017
  • Outstanding Research Award for Predoctoral Students, Association of Korean Neuroscientists, 2016
  • Best Demonstration Award, IEEE BIOCAS conference, 2012​
  • Second Place Award & Best Showcase Award, Georgia Tech Business Plan Competition, 2012​


  • Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017
  • ​M.S., Seoul National University, 2008
  • B.S., Seoul National University, 2006

Selected Publications

H. Park, K. Oh, B. I. Prilutsky, and S. P. DeWeerth, “A real-time closed-loop control system for modulating gait characteristics via electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves,” proceedings of the IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems conference, 2016.

H. Park and M. Ghovanloo, “Wireless communication of intraoral devices and its optimal frequency selection,” IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 62, no. 12, pp. 3205-3215, 2014.​

J. Kim, H. Park, J. Bruce, E. Sutton, D. Rowles, D. Pucci, J. Holbrook, J. Minocha, B. Nardone, D. West, A. Laumann, E. Roth, M. Jones, E. Veledar, and M. Ghovanloo, "The tongue enables computer and wheelchair control for people with spinal cord injury," Science Translational Medicine, vol. 5, no. 213, p. 213ra166, 2013.

H. Lee, H. Park, and M. Ghovanloo, “A power-efficient wireless system with adaptive supply control for deep brain stimulation,” IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits, vol. 48, no. 9, pp. 2203-2216, 2013.

H. Park, M. Kiani, H. Lee, J. Kim, J. Block, B. Gosselin, and M. Ghovanloo, “A wireless magnetoresistive sensing system for an intraoral tongue-computer interface,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, Vol. 6, No 6, pp. 571–585, 2012.