16 May 2019
FST Seminar Series: “Wearable and Transparent Bioelectronics for Wireless Remote Sensing” by Prof. Mark Ming-Cheng CHENG

Prof. Mark Ming-Cheng CHENG, Associate Professor from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Director of Nanofabrication Core (nFab), Wayne State University, USA gave a talk entitled "Wearable and Transparent Bioelectronics for Wireless Remote Sensing" at the Faculty of Science and Technology on 9 May 2019. At the seminar, Prof. Cheng, shared his latest research results in the fields of nanomaterials and nano technologies. In the seminar, Prof. Cheng discussed the two telemetric sensing principles for the wireless monitoring of physiological parameters with potential advantages of improved accuracy and sensitivity, and shared his research on low-cost sensing wearable devices for real-time reporting of physical data.