University of California at Berkeley, postdoc 2008 - 2011
University of Michigan, postdoc 2007
Waseda University, research assistant professor, 2005 - 2006
The 10 Emerging Technologies of 2009 (TR10), MIT Technology Review
The 50 Best Inventions of 2009, TIME magazine
The Most Viewed and Downloaded Article 2010, Frontiers in Neuroscience
- An Insect-Machine Hybrid System: Development of Bio-Interface for Remote Radio Control of Insect Flight
- Cyber Remote Control of a Biological Legged Machine: insect-machine hybrid walking system integrated with wireless neuromuscular stimulator
- Electroplating Process to Fill High-Aspect-Ratio Trenches and Pores
- In vivo Control of Muscular Motor-Reaction by Electrical Stimulation for Wireless Bio-Machine Hybrid System
- H. Sato and M. M. Maharbiz. (2010). Recent developments in the remote radio control of insect flight. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 4(199), 1-12.
- M.M. Maharbiz and H. Sato. (2010). Cyborg Beetle. Scientific American, 303(6), 94-99.
- H. Sato, T. Yamaguchi, T. Isobe, S. Shoji and T. Homma. (2010). Electrochemical etching process to tune the diameter of arrayed deep pores by controlling carrier collection at a semiconductor–electrolyte interface. Electrochemistry Communications, 12(6), 765-768.
- H. Sato, C. W. Berry, Y. Peeri, E. Baghoomian, B. E. Casey, G. Lavella, J. M. VandenBrooks, J. Harrison, M. M. Maharbiz. (2009). Remote radio control of insect flight. Frontiers in Integrated Neuroscience, 3(24), 1-11.
- H. Sato, T. Yamaguchi, T. Isobe, T. Homma, S. Shoji. (2007). Self-aligned formation of nano-holes to arrayed micro glass tubes. Electrochimica Acta, 53(1), 200-204.