Our group at Ohio State’s ElectroScience Lab is carrying out interdisciplinary research at the intersection of (bio-)electromagnetics, sensors, materials, and medicine. We are developing next-generation wearables and implants that break the state-of-the-art boundaries in terms of seamlessness, capabilities, and performance. Examples include: 1. smart garments for motion capture in the individual’s natural environment, 2. bio-matched antennas with unprecedented bandwidth and gain performance, suitable for diverse radiometry and imaging applications, 3. passive sensing of magnetic fields that are naturally emanated by the human body as an indicator of abnormalities, 4. wireless and batteryless implants for deep-brain sensing, and 5. e-textile antennas and sensors for diverse flexible, foldable, and/or shape-reconfigurable applications.

       Active collaborations are in place with Ohio State’s College of Engineering, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, College of Arts and Sciences, and College of Veterinary Medicine.




Flexible E-Textiles

Wireless and Batteryless Brain Implants


Motion-Capturing Garments

Bio-Matched Antennas (BMAs)


Stray Energy Transfer during Electrosurgery

Fabrics for Recumbent Height Measurement




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