Bio-Interfaced Soft Electronics for Human-Machine Interfaces and Health Monitoring
Yeo, W. Hong
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My research focuses on the fundamental and applied aspects of nanomechanics, biomolecular interactions, soft materials, and nanomicrofabrication for nanoparticle biosensing and unusual electronic system development, with an emphasis on bio-interfaced nanoengineering. In this talk, I will present recent research works on soft, stretchable electronic systems which include biomimetic materials, mechanics designs, and system integration, aiming for advancing human healthcare and wellness. The first part of my talk will be devoted to present mechanics and materials for designing of soft electronics based on nanomembranes. Afterwards, I will talk about applications of the soft bioelectronics for biomedical devices that monitor biopotentials and physiological parameters for human health monitoring and human-machine interfaces.
- Nano@Tech Lecture Series