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The researchers in the Biosensors Lab are working on optimizing the sensor design so parameters of interest such as pressure, force, strain, and chemical concentrations can be translated to changes in the sensor signature. We are constantly looking for motivated graduate and undergraduate students from biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering and chemistry to participate in our lab.

 

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Ee Lim Tan is characterizing the wireless, passive implantable strain sensor. Sensor signal is captured by a coil and measured with a spectrum analyzer.

 

Brandon Pereles is fabricating an implantable strain sensor using a CNC milling machine.

 

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 Andrew

On rare occasions, Prof. Ong stepped into his lab and conducted experiments.

 

Andrew DeRouin worked along with Prof. Ong on gathering sensor data from a network analyzer.

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