林啟萬 Chii-Wann Lin

國立台灣大學電機工程學系 教授
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University

主要研究領域:

生物微感測器與系統、生醫晶片、生醫光電、類神經網路、醫材法規

Major Research Areas:

Bioelectronics、Biomedical Micro sensors and System、Biochip、Biomedical Optics、Artificial Neural Networks, Regulatory Affairs

研究領域摘要:

本研究室致力於利用近年來國內半導體產業設計、製作、整合能力與基礎的完善,期使生醫微型感測器的研發工作能有更精確、價廉、方便使用的產品。方向包括有:積體電路設計、生物感測器原理與設計製作、精微機電技術系統整合、與神經系統之工程應用。目前之研究領域包括蓋生醫光學檢測、電化學檢測、呼吸流量檢測、類神經網路理論與矽神經元。主要計畫為表面電漿子共振之理論發展與元件之設計製作,嶄新之研究方向包括主動式表面電漿子共振與表面電漿波傳導於分子流速之檢測,在奈米科技上亦發展金微粒強化表面電漿共振與具表面奈米結構之壓印細胞晶片,具體方向為光學式生醫晶片與檢測系統於疾病診斷與藥物篩選之應用。為達實用之目的,亦同時致力建立與實現ISO 17025之實驗室品質系統,配合AAMI/ANSI, IEC相關醫療儀器標準,在CNLA架構下建立醫療儀器、器材相關之檢驗實驗室,以利國內自行研發之檢驗儀器及技術得以順利上市。希望不僅在實質的研發品質管理上獲得能力提升,更進一步促使國內之醫學工程研發得以具有產業發展的機會。

Research Summary:

In view of the superior advantages of Taiwan on microelectronics design and available fabrication resources, this laboratory is dedicated to research and development of medical microsensors and devices with available facilities and technologies for better and cheaper products. The extended research directions include integrated biosensor design, BioMEMS, system integration, and neuronal inspired intelligent algorithms, especially on biomedical optics, electrochemical sensor, respiratory flow sensor, ANN, and silicon neurons. Current funding focus on the design and development of novel Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) devices, including ActiveSPR and Time-of-Flight SPW (TOFSPW) for surface velocity measurement. Nanoparticle enhanced SPR and surface contact printing with defined nano features for cell chip are also under development. The target applications of these novel optical device and system are disease diagnostic and drug screening. To facilitate the linkage between academic research and industrial development, we also dedicate to establish testing facilities for the safety of medical devices. ISO 17025 is adapted as the laboratory quality system to harmonize with CNLA. The long-term objective is to promote the quality and quantity of novel medical devices for native medical device industry and thus better health care through operatable medical standards and regulations.

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