We are now focusing on the research areas of CMOS-based biomedical system-on-a-chip and technology, digital circuits, analog circuits and radio-frequency integrated circuits (RFIC).
Recent years, we have applied our RFIC research results to biomedical electronics in the "More than Moore" era. Semiconductor processing technologies combined with IC design, pioneering CMOS-based biomedical SoCs are developed. Six medical electronics related papers were presented at ISSCC 2006 (Protein SoC), 2009 (Drug Delivery SoC), 2010 (Pain Relief SoC), 2014 (locomotive Chip SoC), and 2015 (Gas Detector SoC and Lab-on-Chip SoC). World's first DNA cantilever sensor SoC (2011), Virus nanowire SoC (2012), and multi-sensor biomedical SoC (2013) were presented at Symposium on VLSI circuits.