The Bioelectronics research group seeks to apply advanced engineering techniques to enhance the capability of brain-machine interface, the throughput of parallelized biosensors, and the accessibility of portable medical diagnostics.
The main research area is in developing novel sensing systems using analog integrated circuit design and nanofabrication technologies to yield a highly-sensitive and massively-parallelized biosensors that is otherwise impossible.
The goal of our work is to develop a new approach to eliminate massive external wire connections and packaging complexity, and build a strong foundation that will lead future BMI developments beyond 1000-ch parallel recording capabilities.
The main research area is in developing novel sensing systems in biotechnology using analog integrated circuit design and nanofabrication technologies to yield a highly-sensitive and massively-parallelized biosensors that is otherwise impossible.
we work on various bioinstrumentation projects that will have immediate impact to our science & engineering community as well as human well-being. The work offers easier user interface, portability, and low-cost in bioinstrumentation.

News & Highlights

● Our BMI project is funded by National Science Foundation (NSF)!
Award title: Monolithic Integration of 1000-ch Neural Interface System on a Single Silicon Die
Date: July 14, 2017

● Geoffrey's work was accepted by PLOS ONE!
Paper title: 3D Printing and Milling a Real-Time PCR Device for Infectious Disease Diagnostics
Date: May 26, 2017

● Kevin White won Travel Award for his excellent research!
Our group went to the 61st Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society meeting held at New Orleans.
Presentation title: Multifunctional High-throughput Single-cell Analysis Using Reconfigurable Amplifier
Date: Feb 11-15, 2017

● We are looking for a new member in the laboratory!
Please go to "Position" for more information.