Daeha Joung

Prof. Joung

Assistant Professor
Experimental biophysics, Experimental Nanoscience
701 W. Grace St. 2103


Postdoctoral Associate, 2016-2019, Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota

Postdoctoral Associate, 2014-2016, Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota  

Ph.D. 2012, Physics, University of Central Florida

M.S 2008, Physics, Eastern Michigan University

B.S. 2004, Physics, Soonchunhyang University, South Korea


  • 3D Printing and Bioprinting
  • Neural Regeneration Devices 
  • Origami-Inspired Self-Folding
  • Biomedical Devices
  • Bio-Nanoelectronics



  1. 3D Printed Stem‐Cell Derived Neural ProgenitorsGenerate Spinal Cord Scaffolds, D. Joung, V. Truong, C.C. Neitzke, S.‐Z. Guo, P.J. Walsh, J.R. Monat, F. Meng, S.H. Park, J.R. Dutton, A.M. Parr, M.C. McAlpine, Advanced Functional Materials 28, 1801850 (2018).
  2. 3D Bioprinted In Vitro Metastatic Models via Reconstruction of Tumormicroenvironments, F. Meng, C. M. Meyer, D. Joung, D.C. Sorby, M. C. McAlpine, A. Panoskaltsis-Mortari, Advanced Materials 31, 1806899 (2019).
  3. 3D Printed Polymer Photodetectors, S. H. Park, R. Su, J. Jeong, S.-Z. Guo, K. Qiu, D. Joung, F. Meng, M. C. McAlpine, Advanced Materials 30, 1803980 (2018).
  4. Self-Assembled Three-Dimensional Graphene-Based Polyhedrons Inducing Volumetric Light Confinement, D. Joung, A. Nemilentsau, K. Agarwal, C. Dai, C. Liu, Q. Su, J. Li, T. Low, S.J. Koester, J.-H. Cho, Nano Letters 17, 1987-1994 (2017).
  5. Tunable Optical Transparency in Self-Assembled Three-Dimensional Polyhedral Graphene oxide, D. Joung, T. Gu, J. H. Cho, ACS Nano 10, 9586 (2016).

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