Jonghyun Go, Ph.D.

2012 Electrical and Computer Engineering Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
Electronics and Electrical Engineering
"Jonghyun Go"


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Muhammad A. Alam grad student 2012 Purdue
 (Physics and simulation of nanoscale bio- and chemical sensors.)
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Dak P, Nair P, Go J, et al. (2013) Extended-gate biosensors achieve fluid stability with no loss in charge sensitivity Device Research Conference - Conference Digest, Drc. 105-106
Go J, Alam MA. (2013) The future scalability of pH-based genome sequencers: A theoretical perspective Journal of Applied Physics. 114
Go J, Nair PR, Alam MA. (2012) Theory of signal and noise in double-gated nanoscale electronic pH sensors. Journal of Applied Physics. 112: 34516
Dorvel BR, Reddy B, Go J, et al. (2012) Silicon nanowires with high-k hafnium oxide dielectrics for sensitive detection of small nucleic acid oligomers. Acs Nano. 6: 6150-64
Go J, Nair PR, Reddy B, et al. (2012) Coupled heterogeneous nanowire-nanoplate planar transistor sensors for giant (>10 V/pH) Nernst response. Acs Nano. 6: 5972-9
Reddy B, Dorvel BR, Go J, et al. (2011) High-k dielectric Al₂O₃ nanowire and nanoplate field effect sensors for improved pH sensing. Biomedical Microdevices. 13: 335-44
Go J, Nair PR, Reddy B, et al. (2010) Beating the Nernst limit of 59mV/pH with double-gated nano-scale field-effect transistors and its applications to ultra-sensitive DNA biosensors Technical Digest - International Electron Devices Meeting, Iedm
Go J, Alam MA. (2009) Statistical interpretation of "femtomolar" detection. Applied Physics Letters. 95: 33110
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