Min Choi is a patent agent in the firm's Electrical and Mechanical Practice Group where he focuses on drafting patent applications and patent prosecution for domestic and international clients.
Prior to joining Oblon, Min worked as an invention associate at a University in Illinois, where he focused on patent procurement and technology transfer. He primarily managed technology portfolios in electrical engineering, computer science, physical science, nanobiotechnology, and medical devices.
He also worked as an intellectual property manager and principal patent agent at a start-up in an emerging industry. In this role, he managed the intellectual property portfolio and oversaw the patent procurement processes.
University of Illinois at Chicago
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Colorado at Boulder
- Engineering Physics
- Business Administration
- Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- Min Choi*, Xenia Meshik …, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, Modulation of voltage-gated conductances of retinal horizontal cells by UV-excited TiO2 nanoparticles, Nanomedicine, Volume 13, Issue 3, 1031-1040 (2017)
- Min Choi*, Xenia Meshik*, …, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, Optical, structural, and electrostatic properties of zinc oxide quantum dot, Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 118, 20 (2015)
- S. Farid, Min Choi, D. Datta, M. A. Stroscio, and M. Dutta, Spontaneous Polarization Induced Electric Field in Zinc Oxide Nanowires and Nanostars, Journal of Applied Physics, 119, 163108 (2016)
- Souvik Mukherjee, … Min Choi, … Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, A graphene and aptamer based liquid gated FET-like electrochemical biosensor to detect adenosine triphosphate, IEEE Trans. On Nanobioscience, Volume 14, Issue 8, 967-72 (2015)
- Xenia Meshik, …, Min Choi, …, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, Biomedical Applications of Quantum Dots, Nucleic-acid-based Aptamers, and Nanostructures for Biosensors, Critical Reviews™ in Biomedical Engineering (2015)