Creating innovative bio-convergent technologies for better human life

Biomedical Energy-Efficient Electronics Laboratory
Chul Kim

Assistant Professor

The Biomedical Energy-Efficient Electronics Lab in Bio and Brain Engineering at KAIST aims at advancing brain-body-machine interfaces for diagnostic and therapeutic medical instrumentation using integrated silicon technologies. Our key research interests toward innovative bio-convergent technologies include miniaturized wireless neural interfacing microsystems, and unobtrusive energy-efficient brain and body area sensor networks.

Miniaturized wireless neural interfacing microsystems



Modular ECoG implant



Unobtrusive energy-efficient brain and body area sensor networks