Mechanically transformative electronics, sensors, and implantable devices, Science Advances (2019). In press.
Wireless optofluidic brain probes for chronic neuropharmacology and photostimulation, Nature Biomedical Engineering 3, 655-669 (2019).
Microscale inorganic LED based wireless neural systems for chronic in vivo optogenetics, Frontiers in Neuroscience 12, 764 (2018).
Our mission is to invent the future generation “soft” bio-integrated electronics and systems for advancing healthcare and biomedicine. Research areas in the Jeong Group include design and fabrication of flexible and stretchable electronics, photonic microsystems, and microfluidic devices for various applications such as health/wellness monitoring, disease diagnosis and therapy, prosthetics, human-machine interfaces, and brain research. We pursue interdisciplinary approach, involving knowledge and techniques from electrical engineering, materials science and engineering, biomedical engineering, and physics. Our interests lie in developing wearable skin electronics systems and implantable soft devices for the brain and heart.