NUS


Principal Investigator

John Ho

John S. Ho, Assistant Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Department of Biomedical Engineering (by courtesy),

Bio: John S. Ho is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore. He received his PhD in electrical engineering at Stanford University where he was a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow. He is a recipient of the NRF Fellowship and the NUS Young Investigator Award, and has appeared on the MIT TR35 Innovator Under 35 Asia and Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia lists. His current research interests are centered on the development of wireless technologies for miniaturized bioelectronic devices and their application to human health.

Email: johnho@nus.edu.sg




Postdoctoral Scholar

John Ho

Lee Pui Mun

Bio: Pui Mun received her Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) from NTU in 2012. She has completed her PhD under the supervision of Assoc Prof. Liu Erjia and co-supervision of Prof. Chen Zhong at NTU. Her PhD thesis focused on graphene based electrode design.

Email: elelpm@nus.edu.sg



John Ho

Viveka Kalidasan

Bio: Viveka received her Biotechnology degree from TamilNadu Agricultural University, M.Tech Medical Nanotechnology from SASTRA University and Doctorate degree from NUS. Her current interest is developing novel biomaterials and wirelessly powered, implantable, micro-bioelectronics.

Email: elevik@nus.edu.sg

Rongzhou

Rongzhou Lin

Bio: Rongzhou received his bachelor and master degree in mechanical engineering from South China University of Technology (Guangzhou, China) in 2010 and 2013, respectively. He has completed his PhD under the supervision of Assistant Professor Tuan Tran at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) in 2018. His PhD thesis focused on design and implementation of CNT electrodes for electrochemical sensors and thermocells. His current research interests are development of wireless sensors for cancer diagnosis and monitoring.

Email: biglr@nus.edu.sg

Xiongze

Xiong Ze

Bio: Ze received his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from The University of Hong Kong in 2017. After developed a series of light-driven nano/micro motors with potential application in microsurgery at HKU, he is now focusing on the development of novel implantable wireless bioelectronics.

Email: elexio@nus.edu.sg



PhD Students

Dong Zhenya

Dong Zhenya

Bio: Zhenya is enthusiastic about wireless powering. He received his BEng from Chongqing University in July 2016. Starting in August 2016, he is pursuing the Ph.D. degree in the Wireless Bioelectronics Group in the ECE department at NUS.

Email: e0021515@u.nus.edu

Yang Fengyuan

Yang Fengyuan

Bio: Fengyuan is a PhD candidate in the ECE department at NUS. She completed her BEng at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. Her current research interest is developing wireless bioeletronics for cancer therapy.

Email: eleyfy@nus.edu.sg

Tian Xi

Tian Xi

Bio:Tian Xi received his B.S degree at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, China, in 2016. He is pursuing the PhD degree in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NUS.

Email: tianxi@u.nus.edu

Li Zhipeng

Li Zhipeng

Bio:Li Zhipeng received his B.S degree of Applied Physics at Hefei University of Technology (HFUT) in June, 2017. He is now pursuing the PhD degree in ECE of NUS, focusing on metasurface for biomedical sensing.

Email: lizhipeng@u.nus.edu

Sippanant

Sippanat Achavananthadith

Bio:Sippanat Achavananthadith Graduated in B.Eng(Biomedical Engineering) from Mahidol University since July 2016. He is interested in neuroengineering and wireless system.

Email: e0257868@u.nus.edu

Yang Xin

Yang Xin

Bio: Yang Xin graduated from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, China, in 2018. He currently is pursuing the Ph.D. degree in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research interests are in wireless biomedical sensors.

Ahmet Selman Kurt

Ahmet Selman Kurt

Bio: Selman received his B.S degree of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Istanbul Technical University (ITU), Turkey, in 2017. He is pursuing the PhD degree in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NUS.



Undergraduate Students

Sheam

Sheam Kannan

Bio:Sheam Kannan is a fourth-year undergraduate in NUS. His interest lies in the biomedical industry as he would like to be part of an impact to make human lives better in the name of research and in particular cancer with the knowledge integrated from electrical background.

Email: e0011013@u.nus.edu

Catherine

Cai Jiayi, Catherine

Bio: Caijiayi, Catherine is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering, National University of Singapore. She is currently in her fourth year. Her research interests include neuromodulation and neural engineering.

Email: caijiayi@u.nus.edu

Liu Zhichen

Liu Zichen

Bio: Zichen is currently a second year student pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering at National University of Singapore. He is interested in developing wireless bioelectronics and looking for its applications.

Email: liuzichen@u.nus.edu



Research Assistant

Ruth

Yap Jin Min Ruth

Bio: Ruth received her B.Sc. (Physics) in July 2017 from the National University of Singapore. She is currently a research assistant in ECE of NUS. She is interested in atmospheric physics, and enjoys reading and writing during her free time.

Email: eleyjmr@nus.edu.sg



Alumni


  • Tina Wu, Intern (2018), University of Waterloo
  • Kitchanan Asavatamrat, Intern (2018), Mahidol University
  • Ariya Suthisophaarporn, Intern (2018), Mahidol University
  • Sizhe An, Intern (2018), PhD student, Arizona State University
  • Fang Yue, Research Assistant (2018), PhD student, Nanyang Technological University
  • Sena Harayama, Intern (2017), Imperial College London
  • Hans Hon Sang Chan, Intern (2017), Imperial College London
  • Bryan Li, Intern (2017), Johns Hopkins University
  • Eric Pollmann, Intern (2017), PhD candidate, Columbia University
  • Devansh Agrawal, Intern (2016), Imperial College London
  • Desen Weng, Intern (2016), University of Sydney
  • Anthonly Romano, Intern (2015), PhD candidate, Northeastern University