Group

Principle Investigator

Chi Hwan Lee [CV]

Assistant Professor

Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering [link]

School of Mechanical Engineering [link]

Center for Implantable Devices [link]

Center for Scalable Manufacturing [link]

Birck Nanotechnology Center [link]

Purdue University

PhD

Mechanical Engineering

Stanford University

2013

MS

Mechanical Engineering

Stanford University

2009

BS

Mechanical Engineering

Illinois Institute of Technology

2007

Postdoctoral Researchers

Our group seeks highly motivated postdoctoral researchers with strong experimental skills and solid scientific backgrounds in micro/nano-fabrications, flexible/stretchable electronics and/or broadly defined interactions between bio-related devices and biology. To inquire further about these opportunities, interested individuals are encouraged to send an email to Professor Chi Hwan Lee along with a curriculum vitae including a list of publications.

Hyungjun Kim

PhD

Life Sciences

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)

2014

MS

Life Sciences

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)

2010

BS

Chemistry

Konkuk University

2008

Dr. Hyungjun joined our group in 2016 with strong background knowledges in cell biology.  Prior to joining our group, he worked as a postdoc at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in Department of Biological Science. His current project focuses on development of novel drug delivery platforms at cellular level.

Graduate Researchers

Our group seeks highly motivated graduate researchers who are interested in flexible/stretchable electronics, drug delivery, cell mechanics,  and mechanical/electrical stimuli to cells. Interested individuals are encouraged to send an email to Professor Chi Hwan Lee.

Min Ku Kim

BS

2013

Electrical Engineering

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Minku joined our group in 2015 as a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering. His current project focuses on development of bio-integrated biomedical devices.

Dae Seung Wie

BS

Materials Engineering

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2015

Dae Seung joined our group in 2015 as a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering. His current project focuses on creating scalable fabrication technology for soft bioelectronics.

Musbiha Binte Wali

BS

2015

Electrical Engineering

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

Musbiha joined our group in 2016 as a graduate student in Biomedical Engineering. Her current project focuses on development of nature-integrated wearable biomedical devices.

Bong Joong Kim

MS

Mechanical Engineering

Hanyang University

2014

BS

Mechanical Engineering

Hanyang University

2012

Bongjoong joined our group in 2016 as a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering. His current project focuses on incorporating functional sensors and stimulators on arbitrary wearable substrates.

Undergraduate Researchers

Our group seeks highly motivated undergraduate researchers who are interested in wearable biomedical devices, flexible/stretchable systems, and nanomaterials/devices. Interested individuals are encouraged to send an email to Professor Chi Hwan Lee.

Ryan Preston

Ryan joined our group in 2016 as an undergraduate researcher from the School of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue. He works on developing novel interfaces between nanostructures and biological cells by exploiting micro/nanofabrication skills.

- A recipient of Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF).

Jingyuan Ma

Jingyuan joined our group in 2016 as an undergraduate researcher from the School of Electrical Engineering at Purdue. He works on development of wireless powering and control systems for wearable biomedical devices.

Sriram Boppana

Sriram joined our group in 2016 as an undergraduate researcher from the School of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue. He works on wireless data communication systems for wearable biomedical devices.

- A recipient of Research/Clinical Immersion Fellowship (NIH NIBIB R25 Award).

Jiaxiang Ding

Jiaxiang joined our group in 2016 as an undergraduate researcher from the School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue. He works on theoretical analysis of thermodynamics and kinetics of various soft biomaterials.

Zekun Gong

Zekun Gong is a senior exchange student from Shang Hai Jiao Tong University and joined our group in 2016 as an undergraduate research assistant. He works on theoretical simulations to understand mechanical strains of wearable devices under deformations.

Seung Jun Lee

Seung Jun Lee joined our gorup in 2017 as an undergraduate researcher from the School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue. He works on synthesis and characterization of stretchable nanomaterials for their applications in various wearable biomedical devices.

 

 

Contact Info. Prof Chi Hwan Lee, Email: lee2270@purdue.edu, Tel: +1 (765) 494-6212

Office: Martin C. Jischke Hall, Room 2086

206 S. Martin Jischke Drive. West Lafayette, IN 47907-2032 U.S.A.

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