Bioelectronics is a new area of study and industry that combines biology and electronics to develop devices and systems capable of interfacing with living organisms. It focuses on creating biocompatible sensors, implants, and bioelectronic circuits to monitor and modulate biological functions. These advancements have the potential to revolutionize healthcare by enabling precise diagnostics, targeted therapies, and even restoring lost sensory or motor functions.
Dr. Ying Li joins us to discuss his research team’s recently published paper on computational simulations of potential bioelectronics.
Dr. Ying Li is an Associate Professor at the U-W College of Engineering in Madison. Dr. Li has received numerous achievements in research including the NSF CAREER Award (2021), Air Force’s Young Investigator Award (2020), 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award (2020), and multiple best paper awards from major conferences. He has authored and co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles. Most recently his research team has released a paper in the journal Science Advances about flexible bioelectronics.
Conformability of flexible sheets on spherical surfaces
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