Flexible And 

Nanobio 

Device LAB

KAIST 

Welcome to FAND

     FAND goal is to develop 'Self-powered Flexible Electronic Systems'. This technology could provide interesting opportunities for flexible displays, artificial skins, self-powered sensors, and biomedical applications for human machine integration. We are interested in developing the following research topics. 


- Self-powered IoT Sensors (acoustic & healthcare)

- Flexible Micro LED for Display & Biomedical Applications

- Semicondutor Memory for Neuromorphic Computing

- Laser Material Interaction for Flexible Applications

WELCOME to FAND

     FAND goal is to develop 'Self-powered Flexible Electronic Systems'. This technology could provide interesting opportunities for flexible displays, artificial skins, self-powered sensors, and biomedical applications for human machine integration. We are interested in developing the following research topics. 


      - Self-powered IoT Sensors (acoustic & healthcare)   

      - Flexible Micro LED for Display & Biomedical Applications                       

      - Semicondutor Memory for Neuromorphic Computing                     

      - Laser Material Interaction for Flexible Applications  

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Department of Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST

Fax: 82-42-350-3310 ㅣ TEL: 82-42-350-3343 ㅣ

Address : 291 DaeHak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea, 34141 (대전 유성구 대학로 291)


Copyright  © 2021.KAIST. All rights reserved.