We are an interdisciplinary team that seeks to develop bioelectronic tools to address important scientific and biomedical challenges in human health. Our current research focuses on advanced technologies for wireless powering, sensing, and communication within living systems. We integrate these technologies in bioelectronic systems and work closely with clinicians and life scientists in order to demonstrate innovative approaches to study, diagnose, and treat disease.
We are affiliated with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Department of Biomedical Engineering, the The N.1 Institute for Health, and the Institute for Health Innovation & Technology at NUS.
> March 29, 2021 Collaboration with CT Lim Lab on a multiplexed wound sensor was accepted in Science Advances.
> February 10, 2021 Zhenya and Han-Joon's work on wireless actuation was published in PRApplied.
> November 27, 2020 Congratulations to Xiong Ze for winning 2nd place for best poster award at the MRS-Singapore Advanced Materials Conference!
> November 23, 2020 Fengyuan and Dat's paper on cascaded metasurfaces published in PRApplied.
> November 21, 2020 Our work with Prof. Yong Zhang on photodynamic therapy was selected for the IES Achievement Award 2020.
> November 20, 2020 Zhenya passed his PhD defense. Congraulations Dr. Dong!
> November 19, 2020 Congratulations to Han-Joon and team for winning Best Paper Award at WPTC 2020!
> November 3, 2020 John and Selman's work on a remote monitoring system for COVID-19 in worker dormitories was covered by The Straits Times and NUS News. This work was a collaboration with Dr. Shih-Cheng Yen, Prof. Arthur Tay, and Temasek.
> October 30, 2020 Our work on post-operative monitoring technology was featured on CNA. Congratulations to Viveka and team!
> October 28, 2020 Fengyuan passed her PhD defense. Congratuations Dr. Yang!
> June 3, 2020 Our paper on how to redirect wireless signals around the body was published in IEEE TAP.
> January 24, 2020 Our paper on near-field-enabled clothing was published in Nature Communications.