Title: Wearable Devices Enabled by Micro/Nano Structures for Intraocular Pressure Sensing, Drug Delivery, and Biosensing
Abstract: Wearable devices allow real-time and non-invasive monitoring of an individual’s physical condition, and therefore play a crucial role in healthcare and medical applications. They have become a notable research focus because of their unique properties such as flexibility, conformability, and versatility. In this seminar, we will introduce several wearable devices enabled by micro/nanostructures, including moiré pattern-based soft contact lens for intraocular pressure (IOP) sensing, soft contact lens with embedded microtubes for sustained and self-adaptive drug delivery, and bandage-based sensors with micro/nanostructures for dopamine detection. The potential value of contact lens-based and bandage-based sensors should be highlighted since they offer an approach to physical condition monitoring, early disease diagnosis, as well as disease treatment and management.
Bio: Xiaoke Ding is currently a PhD candidate in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University. She received her B.E. degree in Materials Engineering from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in 2015, and M.S. degree in Materials Engineering from University of Florida in 2017. Her research interests include wearable devices enabled by micro/nanostructures for biomedical applications, such as IOP monitoring, drug delivery, and biomarker detection.
Advisor: Dr. Long Que
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