REU Seminar: Soft Electronic Systems for Biomedical Devices

Soft Electronic Systems for Biomedical Devices
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 - 10:00am
AllenX 101 Auditorium
Prof. Jonathan Fan (Stanford)
Abstract / Description: 

Conventional electronic devices are mechanically stiff and therefore cannot seamlessly interface with the body, which is mechanically soft. In this talk, I will review new advances in the field of stretchable electronics, where advances in materials science, mechanics, and electronics combine to produce mechanically soft and stretchable electronic systems with advanced sensing functionality. This new class of devices can form excellent interfaces with body parts, including the brain, heart, and skin. In this talk, Professor Fan will discuss specifically the use of these electronic platforms as next generation electrodes, skin-like tattoos, catheters, and bio-resorbable sensors

Prof. Jonathan Fan Director, Applied Nanophotonics Lab Stanford University