My research focuses on the intersection of flexible batteries, energy harvesting/delivery, and sensing technologies to develop solutions for next-generation bioelectronics.
I am an Electrical and Computer Engineering researcher with Bioengineering and Materials Science backgrounds. I have licensed 1 patent, published 1 book chapter and 62 journal articles which have received over 1,400 citations globally, and in 31 of them, I am the first/co-first/corresponding author. Of note, 15 of those publications are featured on the journal cover arts, such as Science Advances, Chemical Reviews, Trends in Chemistry, Advanced Materials, ACS Nano, and Nano Letters. My H-index is 21 on Google Scholar and ResearchGate.
I serve as Topic Editor for Frontiers in Chemistry, Guest Editor for Micromachines, and Editorial Board Member of Frontiers in Environmental Chemistry. I am independent reviewer for over 20 journals and conferences, including Biosensors & Bioelectronics, Nano Energy, Bioactive Materials, Journal of Nanobiotechnology, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Nanoscale, Nanoscale Advances, Sensors, Polymers, Crystals, Molecules, Micromachines, Advanced Fiber Materials, Digital Signal Processing, Exploration, Journal of Neural Engineering, IEEE Journal of Flexible Electronics, IEEE Wireless Power Conference.
NUS and UCLA
A Review article selected as the Cover Image of Chem. Rev..
A research article published in Small Method.
A research article published in ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces.
A research article published on Science Advances. A light weight, economic and high energy density Zn/MnO2 fiber battery was integrated with a textile body area network.