Skin-adherent Bioelectronic ECG Patch for Ambulatory Care
Project Description
The UROP student will work with a senior member of the group (postdoctoral fellow or PhD student) to fabricate and characterize 12-ECG patch developed by our group's established technologies and protocols. The student will also use the bioelectronic patch to collect and analyze ECG data obtained from healthy volunteers. The project will be conducted under the procedure of the approved Human Research Ethics Protocols.
HSING, I-ming
NYEIN, Hnin Yin Yin
Course type
Applicant's Roles
The applicant is expected to
• Finish the fabrication of at least one work sample based on the lab-established protocol.
• Operate the device correctly and collect reasonable data
• Learn the experiment process of designing and fabricate different kinds of electrophysiological sensors.
Applicant's Learning Objectives
The applicant can learn
• To fabricate a working 12-lead ECG patch
• To test the on-body wet adhesiveness of commercial hydrogel
• To collect ECG data from eligible participants during sports
• To process the data to a standard 12-lead ECG plot
• To develop a multifunctional patch with 3-lead ECG and sweat sensors using different flexible polymer materials.
Complexity of the project