Prof. Daehyeong Kim in Seoul National University visited us and delivered an invited talk in the BME graduate seminar lecture. [picture]
Prof. Hyun Joon Kong in University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign visited us and delivered an invited talk in the BME graduate seminar lecture. [picture]
Prof. Xiaolin Zheng in Stanford University visited us and delivered an invited talk in the ME graduate seminar lecture. [picture]
Seung Jun Lee joined our group as an undergraduate researcher. He will work on the synthesis and characterization of semiconducting nanomaterials that will be used for our various projects associated with wearable biomedical devices.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee was invited as a keynote speaker in the Biomedical Engineering Summit held in Shenzhen, China.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee was invited to deliver a talk in the US Air Force-Korea Joint Workshop held in Dayton, OH.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered many invited talks in Seoul National University, Yonsei University, Korea University, Hanyamg University, Ajou University, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) in Korea.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an invited talk in the Collaborative Conference on Materials Research held in Jeju island, Korea.
Our collaboration work with Stanford University and Hanyang University on the development of three-dimensional silicon pillars was published in ACS Nano. [journal link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee received the 2017 Summer Faculty Grant Award by Purdue College of Engineering.
Prof. John A. Rogers visited us and delivered an invited seminar for the Bagwell Lecture.
Our collaborator, Prof. Sheng Xu (UCSD), visited us to deliver a talk in BME seminar and discuss about collaboration works. [picture]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee received the 2017 Excellence Faculty Award for the preeminent team efforts, led by Prof. Pedro Irazoqui. [news link]
A Purdue team visited the NIH Institute in Baltimore to discuss about a center project. [picture]
Shichen Xu received admission from the MS program at Johns Hopkins University, starting in 2017 Fall semester. He has been working in our group as an undergraduate research assistant since 2015 Fall semester.
The 2018 US News and World Report ranked Purdue University at top #8 Best School of Engineering. [news link]
NIH NIDA agreed to support our team work on "Vancouver Drug Users Study: Evaluating the Natural History of Injection Drug Use".
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an elevator pitch about our novel "Human-like Smart Electronic Gloves" to seek a business partner in 2017 Innovation Showcase in Purdue Research Foundation (PRF)'s Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC). [movie link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered a guest lecture in the class of BME 495: Smart Healthcare Engineering in Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University about "Advanced Engineering Strategies for Smart Healthcare Systems".
Our Group received grant to support development of flexible vertical silicon probes from the U.S. Air Force. [news link]
Our recent collaboration work on dry transient electronic systems by use of materials that sublime, with John A. Rogers Group (Northwestern University), was published in Advanced Functional Materials. [news link]
Dr. Stacey Rizzo, an associate director in Jackson Laboratory, visited us to discuss about our collaboration works.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an invited talk in Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University about "Advanced Nanomanufacturing Technology for Soft Bioelectronics".
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee visited Prof. John A. Rogers' Lab at Northwestern University to discuss about collaboration possibility.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee received a 2016-2017 Purdue Research Foundation (PRF) International Travel Grant for the participation in Collaborative Conference on 3D Materials Research which will take place in Jeju Island, Korea, on June 2017. [link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an invited talk in the Mechanical Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute about "Advanced Transfer Printing Methods for Wearable and Implantable Biomedical Devices". [flyer]
Our recent work about the electronic smart bandage hit the headlines on the front page of The Exponent. [pdf]
Zekun Gong joined our lab as an undergraduate research assistant. He is currently a senior exchange student from Shang Hai Jiao Tong University, and will continue his study in the Graduate School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue in Fall Semester 2017.
The Purdue News highlights our recent work about the electronic smart bandage. [link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an invited talk in ASME IMECE about "Physically Transient Electronics for Biomedical and Data Secure Applications", held in Phoenix, AZ.
Our group created a general agreement (MOU) for collaboration with Nanocrystal Electronics Lab at Korea University. [group link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivers an invited talk in Mechanical Engineering at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign about "Advanced Nanomanufacturing Technology for Soft Bioelectronics". [flyer]
Ajou University highlighted our recent research collaboration work with their alumni, Dr. Seungyong Han (UIUC). [pdf]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an invited talk in the 53rd Annual Meeting of Society of Engineering Science (SES) held in University of Maryland, College Park. [link]
Prof. Keonwook Kang (Yonsei University) and Prof. Seunghwa Ryu (KAIST) visited our lab and discuss about global research collaboration opportunities. [picture]
Prof. Joon Hyung Shim in Korea University visited our lab for a day and creates a general agreement (MOU) for global research collaboration.
The U.S. News and World Report reported national rankings of undergraduate programs in 2017. Purdue Engineering ranks at top 9, tied with Cornell University. [national ranking news]
Dr. Yosuke Nakashima, Dr. Shin Saito, and Dr. Sheena Zuberi in Sumitomo Chemical Company visit our lab to discuss about an opportunity for global research collaborations. [company link]
Our group manuscript about the mechanically reinforced skin-electronics against harsh loading conditions such as over-stretch, delamination, and scratch was accepted in Advanced Materials (IF: 18.960).
Minku Kim presented a poster entitled "Skin-Electronics for Highly Localized Heating" for the Surgery Collaboration Day with Indiana University Medical School.
Prof. Tae-Ho Song in KAIST visited us and gave many good advices and suggestions for running a successful research team.
Bong Joong Kim joined our group as a graduate research assistant.
We presented our work on "Development of Skin-Like Device for Thermotherapy Joint Patch" in the 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC) in Orlando, FL.
We visited Jackson Laboratory with many Purdue faculties to leverage research collaborations. [picture]
Ryan Preston presented a poster entitled “Development of micro-/nano-architectures for intracellular sensing platform” in the 2016 SURF Research Symposium.
Prof. Dong Rip Kim (Hanyang University) visited us to initiate the US-Korean Air Force Research Project.
Hanmin Jang joined our group as a visiting scholar to perform the global collaboration project with Hanyang University.
Prof. Hui Fang (Northeastern University) visited our lab to discuss about our new collaborations.
Jackson Lab agreed to support our research on development of ultraminiaturized monitoring systems for mice. [sponsor link]
Our group created a general agreement (MOU) for research collaboration with Nano-e Lab at Hanyang University. [group link]
Researchers in Rogers Group (UIUC), Dr. Seungyong Han and Dr. Kyu-Tae Lee, visited our lab for research collaboration.
Musbiha Binte Wali (BME) joined our group as a graduate student.
Dr. Donghyun Baek (BME), a former postdoc at University of Wisconsin-Madison, joined our group as a postdoctoral researcher.
US Air Force agreed to support our research on development of novel biosensing platform for the brain. [sponsor link]
Institute for Integrative Neuroscience agreed to seed our research on novel monitoring kits in otolaryngology. [sponsor link]
Ryan Matthew Preston (BME) participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program for Summer 2016.
SMART Film agreed to support our research on development of electronic circuits on bio-related substrates. [related link]
Eli Lily agreed to support our research on development of novel monitoring systems for continuous pharmaceutical manufacturing process. [sponsor link]
Our recent collaboration work on 3D surface-textured solar water splitting device enabled by water-assisted transfer printing method, with Xiaolin Zheng Group (Stanford), was accepted in ACS Energy Letters. [journal link]
Min Ku Kim demonstrated the operations of skin-like physiological monitors in the class of Soft Bioelectronics (BME495). [picture]
Sriram Boppana received the 2016 Summer Research/Clinical Immersion Fellowship funded by NIH NIBIB R25 award.
Dr. Hyungjun Kim (BME), a former postdoc at KAIST in Korea, joined our group as a postdoctoral researcher.
Our recent collaboration work on high resolution quantum dot light emitting diodes enabled by electro-hydrodynamic jet printing, with John Roger Group (UIUC), was accepted in ACS Nano. [journal link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered a seminar entitled "Bioresorbable Electronic Implant for Controlled Drug Delivery" in the 2016 Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting in Pheonix, AZ.
Sriram Boppana (BME) joined our group as an undergraduate research assistant.
The U.S. News and World Report ranked Purdue Engineering at top 9 best graduate school. [national ranking news]
Many news agencies, including CNN, IEEE Spectrum, Discover, and New Scientist, highlighted our recent collaboration works, with John Rogers Group (UIUC), on bioresorbable silicon sensors for brain (published in Nature). [news link]
Our research collaborator, Prof. Seung Kyun Kang (KAIST), visited us and delivered a guest lecture in the class of Soft Bioelectronics (BME495) about the bioresorbable brain sensors.
Ryan Matthew Preston (BME) and Jingyuan Ma (EE) joined our group as an undergraduate research assistant.
Our group created a general agreement (MOU) for research cooperation with the Smart Materials-Based Innovative Manufacturing Research Center at Korea University.
Dae Seung Wie gave a lab tour to the class of Soft Bioelectronics (BME495) at Birck Nanotechnology Center. [picture]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program as a mentor. Our group seeks highly motivated undergraduate research assistants. [program link]
Min Ku Kim demonstrated experiments in synthesis of silver nanowires in the class of Soft Bioelectronics (BME495).
Our recent invited review paper on Smart Assembly for Soft Bioelectronics was accepted in IEEE Potentials.
Our research collaborators, Prof. Daeshik Kang (Ajou University) and Dr. Bong Hoon Kim (UIUC), visited our lab.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered a guest lecture at Purdue Honors College.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee is highlighted in the Ajou-Insite magazine.
A new 3-credit hour course, Soft Bioelectronics (BME495), is open for registration today. The course is broadly beneficial to students in biomedical, mechanical, electrical and materials science and engineering. [download course flyer]
Yueming Liu (ME) and Shichen Xu (ME) joined our group as an undergraduate research assistant.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee was selected for the Notable Korean Scientist in Biological Research Information Center (BRIC). [news link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an invited lecture in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee attended the Scientists and Engineers Early-Career Development (SEED) Workshop hosted by Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) in Washington D.C. [news link]
Our collaboration work in bioresorbable brain sensor, with John Roger Group (UIUC), was accepted in Nature. [journal link]
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee delivered an invited seminar on skin-like wearable technology for 12th Annual Innovation Day at the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) in Philadelphia. [link]
Our recent work on bioresorable drug delivery implants was accepted in NPG Asia Materials. [journal link]
Min Ku Kim (ME) and Dae Seung Wie (BME) joined our group as a graduate research assistant.
Prof. Chi Hwan Lee starts a position of Assistant Professor at Purdue University with a joint appointment between the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and the School of Mechanical Engineering. [news link]
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