Chi Hwan Lee receives Early Career Research award
The award recognizes Lee for the introduction of leading-edge technologies such as wearable biomedical devices, battery-free wireless sensors and silicon nanoneedle patches, resulting in widespread applications that push the boundaries of next-generation engineering research and education.
As a Purdue faculty member since 2015, Lee has developed a highly innovative and productive program in wearable biomedical devices with potential to address key human health issues. Applications range from prosthetics control and humanrobot interactions to wearable, real-time physiological monitoring systems. Lee also is developing functional nanomaterials for applications involving intracellular measurement of pH, temperature, pressure, strain, and electrophysiologic signals.
His inventions, four of which have received patents, have attracted honors, such as the National Institute of Health Trailblazer Award, in 2019.
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