Wireless Powering Systems for Bioelectronic Microdevices

Future generations of bioelectronics devices will require wireless technologies for long-term function in the body. We are developing electromagnetic structures for shaping fields inside the body for applications wireless powering. These structures manipulate fields with both evanescent and wave-like behavior near and in biological tissue in conformal formats suitable for use on the non-planar surfaces on the body.


Principal Investigator


John S Ho

Assistant Professor