Published with Prof. Aaron Thean's Research Group @ NUS Singapore
Liquid-metal-elastomer foam for moldable multi-functional triboelectric energy harvesting and force sensing. (Link)
Figure. Concept of smart footwear with energy harvesting, force sensing capabilities, and wireless data connectivity.
A highly sensitive graphene oxide based label-free capacitive aptasensor for vanillin detection. (Link)
Figure. Sensing mechanism
A Stretchable-Hybrid Low-Power Monolithic ECG Patch with Microfluidic Liquid-Metal Interconnects and Stretchable Carbon-Black Nanocomposite Electrodes for Wearable Heart Monitoring. (Link)
Figure. A coin-cell battery-powered 4.8 cm × 4.8 cm SEP with three key parts: Rigid chip on board, elastomer matrix with microfluidics, and soft carbon black nanocomposite electrodes.
A Soft Polydimethylsiloxane Liquid Metal Interdigitated Capacitor Sensor and Its Integration in a Flexible Hybrid System for On-Body Respiratory Sensing (Link)
Figure. (a) Fabrication process flow of the soft IDE capacitor, and (b) photo image of the fabricated IDE soft capacitors of various sizes. The height of the liquid metal electrode was 100 μm.
Research Work During October 2016 to June 2020
My current research based on (i) Soft Polymer Composite Materials, (ii) Motion Based Energy Harvesting Devices, (iii) Surface Modification, (iv) Stretchable/Flexible Electronics and Interconnects for Health Monitoring, (v) Mechanical/Bio-Sensors, and (vi) Advances in Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chip Technology.