Conference Talks

Categories: Invited Talks  Contributed Lectures and Conferences

Invited Talks

As a faculty member at UIUC
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Biomaterials for Vascular repair and regeneration. MRS, San Francisco, April 2014
65.
Nano/Soft Materials for Vascular Diagnosis and Treatments, Mayo Clinic, February 2014
64.
Nano/Soft Materials for Vascular Diagnosis and Treatment, A*STAR-IBN, Singapore, March 2014
63.
Nano/Soft Materials for Vascular Diagnosis and Treatment, POSTECH, South Korea Dec. 2013
62.
Self-assembly for stem cell delivery and differentiation. Department of Chemistry, Ehwa Women’s University, South Korea, August 2013.
61.
In situ coating of stem cells with a bioactive polymer for leukocyte-mimicking cell delivery, 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, Seoul, South Korea August, 2013.
60.
Matrix-mediated therapeutic and pathological angiogenesis. Ajou University. South Korea. March 2013.
59.
Matrix-mediated therapeutic and pathological angiogenesis. School of Nano-bio and Chemical Engineering. UNIST. South Korea. March 2013.
58.
Matrix-mediated therapeutic and pathological angiogenesis. Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. University of Kansas. February 2013.
57.
Tissue engineering with controllable functional properties.  ASME 2013 Global Congress on NanoEngineering for Medicine and Biology (NEMB2013), Boston, February 2013.
56.
Living microvascular stamp for patterned neovascularization, American College of Wound and Tissue Repair, Chicago, July 2012.
55.
Instructive biomaterials for regeneration of patterned blood vessels and 3D tumor tissue, Lonza Inc., Walkersville, June 2012.
54.
Instructive biomaterials for regeneration of patterned blood vessels and 3D tumor tissue, Center for Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration, University of Illinois at Chicago, April 2012.
53.
Instructive biomaterials for regeneration of patterned blood vessels and 3D tumor tissue, US Army Corps of Engineers, Champaign, March 2012.
52.
Biomaterials for regeneration of blood vessels and 3D tumor tissue, Korean Institute of Science & Technology, February 2012.
51.
Biomaterials to direct neovessel growth, 14th Asia Pacific Confederation Chemical Engineering Conference, Singapore, February 2012.
50.
Regeneration of patterned microvasculature, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Purdue University, February 2012.
49.
Regeneration of patterned microvasculature, Department of Mechanical Science & Engineering (Bio-interest group), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, March 2012.
48.
Biomaterials to direct neovessel growth, a keynote speaker in Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine International Society Asia-Pacific Meeting, Singapore, Aug, 2011.
47.
Soft hydrogels for revascularization therapy, Department of Chemical Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology, November 2010.
46.
Soft hydrogels for revascularization therapy, Department of Bioengineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, October 2010.
45.
Decoupled control of hydrogel properties for neovascularization, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine International Society Asia-Pacific Meeting, Sydney, Australia, September 2010.
44.
Soft hydrogels for revascularization therapy, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chung-Ang University, Korea, May 2010.
43.
Soft hydrogels for revascularization therapy, Kangwon National University, Korea, May 2010.
42.
Biomaterials and regenerative therapy, Chemical Engineering, Chung-Ang University, Korea, May 2009.
41.
Biomaterials and regenerative therapy, College of Medicine, Ehwa Womens University, Korea, May 2009.
40.
Matrix-mediated non-viral gene delivery, China-Japan-Korea Foresight Symposium on Gene Therapy and Biomaterials, Korea, May 2009.
39.
Biomaterials and regenerative therapy, Bioengineering Program, Seoul National University, Korea, May 2009.
38.
Complex tissue model for tissue engineering, Department of Pharmaceutics, University of Illinois-Chicago, December 2008.
37.
Complex tissue model for tissue engineering, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri, October 2008.
36.
Design of synthetic extracellular matrices, EPFL, Switzerland, June 2008.
35.
Design of polysaccharide hydrogel in tissue engineering, US Army Research Lab, Washington DC, May 2008.
34.
Design of synthetic extracellular matrices, R & D Systems, Minneapolis, May 2008.
33.
Design of synthetic extracellular matrices, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Drexel University, May 2008.
32.
Design of synthetic extracellular matrices, Korean Institute of Standard Technology, March 2008.
31.
Design of synthetic extracellular matrices, Department of Chemical Engineering, Chung-Ang University, Korea, March 2008.
30.
Engineering cell microenvironment to promote bone formation on the orthopedic implants, Orthopedic Meeting, Hawaii, October 2007.
29.
Synthetic extracellular matrix to regulate cell phenotype and gene delivery, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Cornell University, September 2007.
28.
Synthetic extracellular matrix to regulate cell phenotype and gene delivery, Department of Anatomy, Rush Medical University, June 2007.
27.
Engineering cellular microenvironment for drug delivery, American Vacuum Society Meeting, University of Michigan, May 2007.
26.
Analysis of cross-talk between cells and ECM, Biophysics Seminar, Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, March 2007.
25.
FRET analysis of cell-material interactions, The First Annual Charleston Bioprinting, Biopatterning, and Bioassembly Symposium, Medical University of South Carolina, July 2006.
24.
Design of bioactive hydrogel, Amore-Pacific Corporation, Korea, June 2006.
23.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University- Korea, June 2006.
 

Before as a member of UIUC
22.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, June 2006.
21.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology, San Francisco, April 2006.
20.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Bioengineering, University of Illinois at Chicago, May 2006.
19.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, April 2006.
18.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Chemical Engineering, Florida State University, April 2006.
17.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Chemical Engineering, State University of New York at Buffalo, April 2006.
16.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Alabama, March 2006.
15.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Bioengineering, University of Missouri-Columbia, March 2006.
14.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, School of Bioengineering, Virginia Tech., March 2006.
13.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, School of Bioengineering, University of Toronto, February 2006.
12.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, School of Dentistry, University of Michigan, February 2006.
11.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, January 2006.
10.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Bioengineering, University of California at Los Angeles, January 2006.
9.
Cross-Talk between cells and functionalized hydrogels, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida, January 2006.
8.
Functionalized hydrogels to regulate cellular phenotype, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, December 2005.
7.
Functionalized hydrogels to regulate cellular phenotype, Department of Pharmaceutics, University of Iowa, November 2005.
6.
Visualizing interactions between cells and biomimetically designed extracellular matrices, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Sciences, University of CA-Irvine, May 2005.
5.
Visualizing interactions between cells and biomimetically designed extracellular matrices, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tufts University, February 2005.
4.
Design of Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering, Pohang Institute of Technology, Korea, November 2003.
3.
Visualizing cell-material interactions, Korean Institute of Science and Technology, November 2003.
2.
Visualizing cell-material interactions, Hanyang University, Korea, November 2003.
1.
Design of hydrogels for tissue engineering, National Institute of Standard and Technology, May 2003.
 
Contributed Lectures and Conferences
52.
C. E. Smith, S. Misra, S. C. Zimmerman & H.J. Kong, A polymeric fastener for the modular assembly of sustainable, gadolinium-coated liposomes enabling enhanced vascular imaging. MRS meeting, San Francisco, April 2014.
51.
C. E. Smith, D. Ernenwein, S. C. Zimmerman & H.J. Kong, Hydrophilic nanocluster contrast agents for localized diagnosis of cardiovascular disease. MRS meeting, San Francisco, April 2014.
50.
C. E. Smith, S. Misra, S. C. Zimmerman & H.J. Kong, Liposomal probes for enhanced vascular imaging and diagnosis via a polymeric fastener. Society for Biomaterials meeting, Denver, April 2014.
49.
M. Melhem, H.J. Kong, & L.G. Schook. A Cardiac patch for delivering therapeutic stem cells to the heart following myocardial infarction. Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting, Seattle, September 2013.
48.
C. Smith & H.J. Kong, Engineering a liposome surface with gadolinium via self-assembly for MR imaging. Society for Biomaterials meeting, Boston, April 2013.
47.
N. Yonet Tanyeri & H. J. Micro-scale compartmentalization of soft materials for bimodal degradation and sequential drug release. MRS meeting, San Francisco, April 2013.
46.
C. Smith & H.J. Kong, Engineering a liposome surface with gadolinium via self-assembly for MR imaging. MRS meeting, San Francisco, April 2013.
45.
R. DeVolder & H.J. Kong, Microfabrication of proangiogenic Cell-laden alginate-g-pyrrole hydrogels AIChE Meeting, Pittsburgh, October 2012.
44.
J. Jeong & H.J. Kong, Assembly of polyaspartamide vesicles via Pt-mediated micelle-to-vesicle transition, ACS Colloid and Surface Science Conference, Baltimore, June 2012.
43.
C. Cha, J. Jeong, T. Saif, & H.J. Kong, Top-down synthesis of polyaspartamide protein linker, ACS Colloid and Surface Science Conference, Baltimore, June 2012.
42.
Y. Liang & H.J. Kong, Cell-instructive hydrogel to regulate malignancy of cancer cells, World Congress for Biomaterials, Chengdu, China, June 2012.
41.
Y. Liang & H.J. Kong, Superstiff and metastable hydrogel for stem cell mobilization therapy, World Congress for Biomaterials, Chengdu, China, June 2012.
40.
J. Jeong, V. Chan, C. Cha, P. Zorlutuna, C. Sukotjo, R. Bashir, & H.J. Kong, Patterning of functional neovessels using a ‘living’ microvascular stamp. Outstanding research award presentation at Illinois Workshop on RBTE Symposium, November 2011.
39.
Y. Liang & H.J. Kong, Cell-instructive hydrogel to regulate malignancy of cancer cells, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
38.
R. DeVolder & H.J. Kong, PLGA microparticle-filled collagen hydrogel for enhanced mineralization, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
37.
R. DeVolder & H.J. Kong, Angiogenic microfiber/microparticle patches for directed blood vessel growth, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
36.
C. Chu & H.J. Kong, Interplay of matrix rigidity and cell type for non-viral gene delivery, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
35.
M. Lai & H.J. Kong, Ellipsoidal polyaspartamide polymersomes with enhanced cell-targeting ability, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
34.
J. Jeong, V. Chan, C. Cha, P. Zorlutuna, C. Sukotjo, R. Bashir, & H.J. Kong, Independent control stiffness and permeability of a cell-encapsulating hydrogel for tissue engineering, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
33.
J.J. Schmidt & H.J. Kong, Tuning the binding kinetics of angiogenic factors for revascularization therapies, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
32.
J.J. Schmidt, J. Jeong, C. Cha, & H.J. Kong, Controlling the dependency between hydrogel rigidity and permeability with the inflexibility of a polymer cross-linker, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
31.
C. Chu & H.J. Kong, Interplay of matrix rigidity and cell type for non-viral gene delivery, AIChE Meeting, Minneapolis, October 2011.
30.
J. Jeong, V. Chan, C. Cha, P. Zorlutuna, C. Sukotjo, R. Bashir, & H.J. Kong, Independent control stiffness and permeability of a cell-encapsulating hydrogel for tissue engineering, BMES meeting, Hartford, October 2011.
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J. Jeong, V. Chan, C. Cha, P. Zorlutuna, R. Bashir, & H.J. Kong, Assembly of functional neovessels using a stereolithographic hydrogel matrix, Society For Biomaterials (SFB) meeting, Orlando, April 2011.
28.
Y. Liang & H.J. Kong, Superstiff and metastable hydrogel for stem cell mobilization therapy, ACS meeting, Anaheim, March 2011.
27.
J. Jeong, C. Cha, J. Haan, D. Chu, & H.J. Kong, Poly(amino acid)-mediated synthesis of spatially organized Pt nanoparticles, ACS meeting, Anaheim, March 2011.
26.
J. Jeong, V. Chan, C. Cha, P. Zorlutuna, R. Bashir, & H.J. Kong, Assembly of functional neovessels using a stereolithographic hydrogel matrix, ACS meeting, Anaheim, March 2011.
25.
C. Cha, J. Jeong, & H.J. Kong, Three dimensional mineralization of a hydrogel matrix, MRS meeting, Boston, November 2010.
24.
J. Jeong, V. Chan, C. Cha, P. Zorlutuna, R. Bashir, & H.J. Kong, Assembly of vascularized cell-encapsulated hydrogel matrix using a stereolithography (SLA), MRS meeting, Boston, November 2010.
23.
J. Jeong, J. Haan, C. Cha, C, D. Chu, & H.J. Kong, Poly(amino acid)-mediated synthesis of spatially organized Pt nanoparticles, MRS meeting, Boston, November 2010.
22.
J.J. Schmidt & H.J. Kong, Design of fibronectin fragment for neovascularization, AIChE meeting, Salt Lake City, November 2010.
21.
C. Chu & H.J. Kong, Matrix-mediated non-viral gene delivery, AIChE meeting, Salt Lake City, November 2010.
20.
R. DeVolder & H.J. Kong, Colloidal microgels for neovascularization, AIChE meeting, Salt Lake City, November 2010.
19.
Y. Liang & H.J. Kong, Superstiff and metastable hydrogel for stem cell mobilization therapy, AIChE meeting, Salt Lake City, November 2010.
18.
C. Chu & H.J. Kong, Matrix-mediated non-viral gene delivery, BMES meeting, October 2010.
17.
Y. Liang & H.J. Kong, Superstiff and metastable hydrogel for stem cell mobilization therapy, BMES meeting, Austin, October 2010.
16.
R. DeVolder & H.J. Kong, Colloidal microgels for neovascularization, BMES meeting, Austin, October 2010.
15.
R. Kohman, S.C. Zimmerman, & H.J. Kong, Tuning degradation rates of 1,3,5-triazaadamantane-containing hydrogels using substituent effects, ACS meeting, San Francisco, April 2010.
14.
J.J. Schmidt & H.J. Kong, Tuning network formation with cell adhesion motifs and matrix, American Heart Association: Atherosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Conference, San Francisco, April 2010.
13.
R. DeVolder & H.J. Kong, Colloidal microgels for neovascularization, SFB meeting, April, 2010.
12.
J. Jeong, C. Park, & H.J. Kong, In situ cell encapsulation into a vascularized hydrogel matrix using Stereolithography, AIChE meeting, Nashville, November 2009.
11.
C. Cha, & H.J. Kong, Biodegradable polymeric cross-linker: Independent control of mechanics and degradation, AIChE meeting, Nashville, November 2009.
10.
J. Jeong, V. Chan, R. Bashir, & H.J. Kong, In situ cell encapsulation into a vascularized hydrogel matrix using stereolithography, BMES meeting, Pittsburg, October 2009.
9.
V. Chan, J. Jeong, P. Bajaj, H.J. Kong, & R. Bashir, Three-dimensional hydrogel fabrication using stereolithography for live cell encapsulation, BMES meeting, Pittsburg, October 2009.
8.
J. Jeong, C. Park, & H.J. Kong, Controlling resilience and toughness of pH responsive drug encapsulation hydrogel, ACS meeting, Washington DC, August 2009.
7.
C. Cha & H.J. Kong, Biodegradable polymeric cross-linker: Independent control of mechanics and degradation, American Chemical Society (ACS) meeting, Washington DC, August 2009.
6.
J. Sung, P. Baron, H.J. Kong, & M. Strano, Sequential delivery of dexamethasone and VEGF from a hollow micro-capillary implant coating to control local tissue response, AIChE meeting, Philadelphia, November 2008.
5.
J.J. Schmidt & H.J. Kong, Bioactive microgels for large-scale eukaryotic cell culture, AIChE meeting, Philadelphia, November 2008.
4.
C. Chu, J.J. Schmidt, Z. Zhu, M-C Hofmann, & H.J. Kong, Synthetic stem cell niche for in vitro spermatogonial stem cell culture, AIChE meeting, Philadelphia, November 2008.
3.
J.J. Schmidt & H.J. Kong, Bioactive microgels for large-scale eukaryotic cell culture, BMES meeting, St. Louis, October 2008.
2.
C. Chu, J.J. Schmidt, Z. Zhu, M-C Hofmann, & H. J. Kong, Synthetic stem cell niche for in vitro spermatogonial stem cell culture, BMES meeting, St. Louis, October 2008.
1.
C. Cha, J.J. Schmidt, & H.J. Kong, Biodegradable polymeric cross-linker, Society for Biomaterials (SFB) Meeting, Atlanta, September 2008.
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