Special Issue "Power Schemes for Biosensors and Biomedical Devices"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 August 2015)
Dr. Yu Zhao
Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology (SIAT) Chinese Academy of Sciences 1068 Xueyuan Avenue Shenzhen University Town Shenzhen, China
Interests: MEMS; BioMEMS; Medical Devices; Implantable devices; Retinal prostheses
Dear Colleagues,During the past few decades, we have witnessed tremendous developments concerning applications of biosensors and biomedical devices in healthcare and biological research. The advances of micro/nanofabrication and electronics have dovetailed with innovative biomaterials, so as to enable biocompatible miniaturized sensors and systems with significant improvement in sensitivity, selectivity, longevity, and reliability. Consequently, numerous wearable devices and medical implants have emerged, which significantly enhance human life quality. Nevertheless, most of the devices and systems rely on a stable power source; this reliance presents many practical challenges. Difficulties include size limits, unreachable locations (of implants), and the requirement of monitors to work continuously for the long-term. In this Special Issue, we invite submissions of review articles, original research papers, and short communications covering a broad field of power management, power delivery, and energy harvesting for biosensors, healthcare wearable monitoring devices, and medical implants.
Contributions may include, but are not limited to:
- Wireless power transfer and energy harvesting for medical implants.
- Alternative approaches for powering medical implants.
- Power management in healthcare wearable devices.
- Power management in remote-sensing biosystems.
- Low-power biomedical devices and systems.
Dr. Hung Cao
Dr. Yu Zhao
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- Power management
- wireless power transfer
- energy harvesting, telemetry
- medical implants
- wearable devices
- implantable systems