MOVERS & SHAKERS
Our research lab values collaboration and interaction, fostering organic communication among team members to share and enhance ideas. We conduct experiments in the lab and engage in theoretical research, exploring ways to solve problems using the latest technology and tools.
Our research lab maintains an open atmosphere where all team members can express their opinions and engage in free discussions. We respect diversity and inclusivity, acknowledging and integrating different backgrounds and perspectives.
Our research group possesses a deep understanding and expertise in glucose sensors. Glucose sensors play a crucial role in blood glucose measurement, enabling individuals with diabetes to conveniently monitor their blood glucose levels. In our laboratory, we have developed these glucose sensors directly, resulting in sensors with high accuracy and stability.
Moreover, we leverage machine learning techniques to enhance the performance of glucose sensors. By collecting and analyzing blood glucose data, we develop accurate prediction models that support users in obtaining reliable blood glucose measurement results. Our aim is to make the daily lives of individuals with diabetes more convenient.
Our research group focuses on the study of heavy metal sensors. Heavy metal sensors are crucial tools for determining heavy metal poisoning by measuring the concentration of heavy metals in the blood. We have developed these sensors to enable rapid and accurate measurement of heavy metal concentrations. Through our efforts, we contribute to the prevention and early diagnosis of heavy metal poisoning, addressing a significant societal issue.
Our first project focuses on brain stimulation and signal analysis research. Our laboratory is dedicated to developing probes for stimulating the brain and measuring its signals. We are actively engaged in the development of brain signal measurement probes that offer high resolution and precision. These probes enable us to understand and analyze various aspects of brain activity. Additionally, we employ techniques such as simulation to enhance the performance of the probes and conduct research to accurately interpret brain signal data.
Our laboratory is actively engaged in a second research project that centers around the utilization of magnetic nanoparticles for the purpose of enhancing cognitive abilities. These nanoparticles are carefully delivered into the brain and subsequently stimulated using magnetic fields. By employing this innovative approach, our ultimate goal is to augment various aspects of cognitive function, including learning, memory, and overall cognitive performance. To achieve optimal results, our dedicated team conducts a wide array of experiments and modeling studies, delving deep into the intricacies of these nanoparticles and their potential impact on cognitive enhancement. Through meticulous research and analysis, we strive to unlock the full potential of magnetic nanoparticles in revolutionizing cognitive abilities and opening new frontiers in neuroscience.