Mengdi Han Research Group
Lab of 3D Bioelectronics （韩梦迪课题组）
Our group aims to develop and build bioelectronics with 3D architectures. The resulting 3D bioelectronics can form conformal interfaces with soft, curvilinear biological tissues, and enable new modalities in in diagnosis and therapy. We exploit these 3D bioelectronic devices and systems as tools to understand fundamental biological questions and improve human health.
We are looking for talented and motivated postdoctoral fellows, Ph.D. students, and undergrads to join us. Click HERE for details.
2022/5: More than 100 news outlets highlight our work published in Science Robotics.
2021/10: Dr. Han is in the list of the 2021 MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific
Submillimeter Walking Robot
Science Robotics 2022
Submillimeter-scale robots developed from shape memory alloys can be actuated by a laser to permit terrestrial locomotion.
'Instrumented' Balloon Catheter
Endocardial balloon catheters fitted with soft multilayer electronic arrays for multiplexed high-density spatiotemporal sensing and actuation.
Soft 3D Sensors for Prosthesis
Science Translational Medicine 2020
Wireless, soft sensors based on three-dimensional structures for continuous monitoring of pressure at the skin-prosthesis interface.
Magnetic Robotic Structures
Advanced Materials 2021
Three-dimensional soft structures can exhibit a variety of tethered locomotion under the precise control of external magnetic fields.
3D Piezoelectric Microsystems
Piezoelectric microsystems configured in 3D format for applications in energy harvesting, robotic prosthetic interfaces and biomedical implants.
Transfer Printing of 3D Structures
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 2017
3D mesostructures in fully or partially freestanding forms as scaffolds for growth, recording, and stimulation of neural networks.
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