Kyunggeune Oh received his B.S. and M.S. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea. During his five years of work experience at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology in Seoul, he conducted advanced research pertaining to the development of the heads and faces of humanoid robots for human-robot interaction. In the last two years, his research has focused on biomedical robotics and the development of a lower-limb rehabilitation robot and robotic instruments for brain surgery. He has published two journal papers and nine conference papers and registered four US patents. He is currently a doctoral candidate in the School of Biological Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he is investigating neurobiomechanical mechanisms of position sense and motor control in human upper limbs and the hindlimb of the cat. His study was funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.