Welcome to Chae Research Group

Mission: MEMS for Biomedical Applications

 

(Left) Fully-passive Wireless Neural Implant (acquiring neuropotential wirelessly without any battery or regulator) and (Right) In-Vivo Measurements of Neuropotentials from Frog’s Sciatic Nerve

(Left) Bacteria (Geobacter spp.) on Electrode to Produce Electrons and (Right) IC interface for the Bacteria Fuel Cell

UPDATE: our group is looking for 1-2 NEW PhD student(s) to join on spring / fall 2018. If you are interested in, please contact junseok.chae@asu.edu. All graduate students in our group are supported well (either via RA or TA). Prospective students may write ~3-4 pg long reports to show his/her capability of literature search, quantitative analytical assessment, and his/her own approach to tackle the current technical challenges.