• Adjunct Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Hangue Park

Educational Background

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

Research Interests

    • Neuromodulation using electrical stimulation
    • Rhythmic movements in human body
    • Rehabilitation after spinal cord injury
    • Human augmentation
    • 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

Selected Publications

  • H. Park, M.S. Islam, M.A. Grover, A.N. Klishko, B.I. Prilutsky, and S.P. DeWeerth, “A Prototype of a Neural, Powered, Transtibial Prosthesis for the Cat: Benchtop Characterization,” Frontiers in Neuroscience, special issue on Neural Prostheses for Locomotion, Jul. 2018
  • 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. 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, Dec. 2012.