Nov. 2023) The book (Smart and Connected Wearable Electronics, 978-0-323-99147-6) edited by Drs. Yeo and Kim has been published in Elsevier. Sehyun contributed to the 1st chapter, entitled “Screen printing-enabled nanomanufacturing of sensors and electronics”.
Aug. 2023) Our paper entitled “Silicon Carbide Based DNA Sensing Technologies” has been accepted for publication in Biosensors.
Feb. 2023) Our paper entitled “Persistent Human-Machine Interfaces for Robotic Arm Control via Gaze and Eye
Direction Tracking ” has been accepted for publication in Advanced Intelligent Systems. Seunghyeb Ban is the first author. Congratulations!
Jan. 2023) Our paper entitled “Soft wireless headband bioelectronics and electrooculography for persistent human-machine interfaces” has been accepted for publication in ACS Applied Electronic Materials. Seunghyeb Ban is the first author. Congratulations!
Dec. 2022) Our paper entitled “Fully screen-printed, PI/PEG blends enabled patternable electrodes for scalable manufacturing of skin-conformal, stretchable, wearable electronics” has been accepted for publication in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Sehyun Park is the first author. Congratulations!
Nov. 2022) Our paper entitled “Advances in Materials, Sensors, and Integrated Systems for Monitoring
Eye Movements” has been accepted for publication in Biosensors. Seunghyeb Ban is the first author. Congratulations!
Sehyun and Seunghyeb took home the 3rd place award for presenting their research works at the 2022 international conference on Active Materials and Soft Mechatronics (AMSM) in Atlanta, GA (Oct. 26~29, 2022).
- Sehyun Park: 3rd place award from the poster presentation competition
- Seunghyeb Ban: 3rd place award from the oral presentation competition
Let’s give them a big cheer!!! Congrats!!
Sep 2022) Our paper entitled “Recent Advances in Portable Biosensors for Biomarker Detection in Body Fluids” has been chosen as “Editor’s Choice Articles” in the journal, Biosensors.
Find more details in the link below! It’s also one of the highly cited articles!
May 2022) We have received funding from WSU Vancouver to develop the screen printing process for wearable electronics.