(Last updated: 2020-06-30)

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Changyo Han is a Postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Tokyo, Department of Information and Communication Engineering.

Previously, he has done research on high-speed optical communication systems during his master course and professional job at ETRI.

From the PhD course, his research interests have moved onto Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), especially tangible interaction using 3D-printed tangibles and pressure-sensitive touch surfaces. He has submitted his doctoral dissertation, and successfully qualified the PhD course and pursued the degree in March, 2020. He is now looking for job positions in both academia and industry. If you are interested in working with him, please contact him via e-mail or any social media.

Education & Job Career

The University of Tokyo
JSPS Research Fellowships for Young Scientists PD: https://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-pd/index.html)
04/2020 – present

The University of Tokyo
PhD course (GCL course: https://www.gcl.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/, JSPS Research Fellowships for Young Scientists DC2: https://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-pd/index.html)
Advisor: Professor Takeshi Naemura
04/2017 – 03/2020

Electronics and Telecommunications Institute
Researcher (space-division-multiplexed (SDM) optical communication systems, access network for mobile base stations)
04/2013 – 09/2016

The University of Tokyo
Master of Engineering (Seiho Scholarship)
Advisor: Professor Kazuro Kikuchi
04/2011 – 03/2013

Tokyo Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Engineering (Full Government scholarship from Korea and Japan with all tuition fees and a monthly stipend for 4 years.)
Advisor: Professor Kenichi Okada
03/2011 – 03/2007

Skills

Prototyping and signal processing: MATLAB, Python, Processing, and C++
RF simulation and design: ADS, AWR, HFSS
3D CAD skills: Sketchup, Fusion 360, Rhinoceros
Literacy and conversation skills: Fluent in Korean, Japanese (JLPT: 180 (perfect score)), and English (TOEIC: 970)