Translational Soft Electronics

Our group aims to develop high performance flexible and stretchable electronic devices incorporated with high quality nanoscale materials, which enable novel multifunctional biomedical and optoelectronic systems.

Our first mission is to achieve significant improvement in current biomedical devices and/or to invent new and unprecedented medical systems that innovate clinical procedures and surgeries with the aim to help suffering patients. Our devices can be integrated with the human body via fully implantable, minimally invasive, and skin-laminated modes, pursuing capabilities of high resolution/sensitivity health monitoring, real time data storage/analysis/diagnosis, and feedback therapeutic actuation/targeted drug delivery. The development of ultrathin, safe, and efficient power supply modules is another key technological interest in soft bioelectronics.

Our second mission is to develop high performance soft optoelectronic devices using quantum dot nanocrystals, perovskite thin films, two dimensional nanomaterials, and unconventional processing and device technologies. Device examples include the ultrathin and transparent display, curved image sensor array, and highly efficient photovoltaic devices.

We imagine the world filled with love and mercy based on our technology.

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