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Research Fields

Flexible optoelectronics
Self-powered energy
Flexible drug delivery
Laser-material interaction
Flexible LSI & Memristor
Flexible Piezo Sensor

 

      Flexible drug delivery system (f-DDS)

  

    Drug delivery systems play a crucial role in the treatment and management of serious medical conditions. Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technologies have allowed the development of advanced miniaturized devices for medical and biological applications. However, flexible drug delivery systems (f-DDS) is difficult to achieve due to a brittle natrue of devices. Our group have developed the self-regulated flexible drug delivery system (f-DDS) based on innovativ microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) on plastic substrate. This technology can be integrated with micro-valves, micro-sensors, and CMOS IC-based microcontroller chip to achieve feedback control at a specific time, dosage, and location on curved surface inside human body.   

  • Related References

B. Mun et. al "Flexible Drug Delivery Systems for Biomedical Applications" to be submitted    

  Flexible wireless power delivery system

  

    Flexible wireless power delivery system has become essential part of future flexible, IoT, wearable and implantable biomedical devices. In Witricity power technology, energy can be efficiently delivered using strong resonant inductive coupling based on oscillating magnetic fields. The power transfer system, which consists of transmitters and receivers with magnetic loop antennas critically tuned to the same frequency, provides the energy to the battery-less biomedical devices. Our group has developed flexible wireless power delivery system for implantable and portable biomedical devices including the flexible drug delivery system to wirelessly transfer power over a distance via the magnetic near-field and has improved reliability and feasibility of the system.

  • Related References

B. Mun et. al "Flexible Drug Delivery Systems for Biomedical Applications" to be submitted