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Donhee Ham
Gordon McKay Professor of Electrical Engineering and of Applied Physics
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Harvard University


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DONHEE HAM

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함돈희 (Korean); 咸燉憙 (Hanja)

2009.7: Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics and
Electrical Engineering , Harvard University
2007.7: John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Natural Sciences, Harvard University
2006.7: Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Harvard University
2002.9: Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Harvard University

2002.6: PhD. EE. California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
1999.6: MS. Physics. Caltech.
1996.2: BS. Physics. Seoul National University.

Harvard Gazette faculty profile, Dec. 3, 2009 [html] [pdf]

Donhee Ham is Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering at Harvard University, where he has been with School of Engineering & Applied Sciences since September 2002.



Ham, from Busan, Korea, earned a B.S. degree in physics from Seoul National University in 1996, where he graduated summa cum laude with the Presidential Prize, ranked top 1st across the College of Natural Sciences, and also with the Physics Gold Medal (sole winner). Following a 1.5-year mandatory military service in the Republic of Korea Army, he went to Caltech for graduate training in physics. There he worked on general relativity and gravitational astrophysics under Professor Barry Barish while in physics, and later obtained a Ph.D. in electrical engineering in 2002 winning the Charles Wilts Prize awarded for the best thesis in Electrical Engineering. His doctoral work examined the statistical physics of electrical circuits. He was the recipient of the IBM Doctoral Fellowship, Li Ming Scholarship, IBM Faculty Partnership Award, IBM Research Design Challenge Award, and the fellow of the Korea Foundation of Advanced Studies. He shared Harvard's Hoopes prize with William Andress. He was recognized by MIT Technology Review as among the world's top 35 young innovators in 2008 (TR35). Ham was selected as a Harvard Yearbook Favorite Professor 4 years in a row (2011-2014), and was one of 8 Harvard Thinks Big speakers in 2012 (8 Harvard faculty chosen by colleage-wide votes). He served as an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer for the Solid-State Circuits Society (2012-2013).


Donhee Ham teaching

Donhee Ham's work experiences include Caltech-MIT Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO), IBM T. J. Watson Research, Consulting Visiting Professorship at POSTECH, IEEE conference technical program committees including the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) and the IEEE Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference (ASSCC), advisory board for the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits & Systems (ISCAS), international advisory board for the Institute for Nanodevice and Biosystems, and various US, Korea, and Japan industry, government, & academic technical advisory positions on subjects including ultrafast electronics, science & technology at the nanoscale, and convergence of information technology and biotechnology. He served as a guest editor for the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC; Jan 2009 special issue) and was a co-editor of CMOS Biotechnology with Springer (2007). He is an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems.

Donhee ham's current research interests can be found at his research web .
At Harvard University, he works with a group of talented electrical engineering and physics students, who include absolute 1st rankers from top universities worldwide, US intercollegiate science competitions, and international science competitions.
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33 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

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