Our research interests and goals are dedicated to nano-bio electronics, specifically biocompatible electronics for medical implants and electrical therapy, based on
bio-inspired/mimetic engineering and integrated top-down and bottom-up nanofabrication. Our research focus on “bioiontronics”, based on sophisticated ion control
for interactive communication with biology. Ionic species dominate biological signaling in nature, so converting biochemical ionic signals into electronic signals and
stimulating biological system with ions and biochemicals are an emerging technique in the field of bioelectronics.

Research Topics

  • Project.1: Soft electronics for interfacing devices and humans
  • Project.2: Bionic system for wetware(Hardware and Software) engineering
  • Project.3: Ion-controlling devices for interactive communication with biology