Welcome to the NUS Wireless Bioelectronics Group

We are a group of engineers and scientists that apply tools from electrical engineering, physics, and materials science to enable new ways to interface electronics with living systems. Technologies that we are currently developing include small-scale stimulators, wireless powering systems, and wireless probes for neural activity. We are a research group under the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Singapore Institute for Neurotechnology (SINAPSE) at NUS. We are currently recruiting talented students for postdoc and PhD positions. Please send your CV to the PI if you are interested.

Recent News

> April 13, 2017  John was listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia under the Healthcare & Science category.

> March 6, 2017  Paper on conformal phased surfaces published in Nature Biomedical Engineering. Behind the paper.

> January 24, 2017  John was awarded the National Research Foundation (NRF) Fellowship.

> December 7, 2016  John was named an Innovator Under 35 in Asia by the MIT Technology Review. Coverage by NUS News, The New Paper, and Asian Scientist.

> September 2, 2016  John was a recipient of the NUS Young Investigator Award 2016.

> August 16, 2016  Our work on a wireless laser was presented at IEEE EMBC 2016 in Orlando.

> June 30, 2016  Wireless powering work presented at IEEE AP-S/URSI 2016 in Puerto Rico.

> October 2, 2015 Wireless optogenetics work featured on the cover of Nature Methods.

> August 4, 2015 Self-tracking energy transfer work published in Physical Review Applied and featured on Physics.

> July 27, 2015 John started as an assistant professor at NUS.