His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Electronics, Biomedical engineering, Flexible electronics and Stretchable electronics. His research on Nanotechnology often connects related topics like Active devices. His Electronics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystalline silicon, Silicon, Sense, Sensitivity and Large strain.
His research in Biomedical engineering intersects with topics in Piezoelectricity, Sensor array and Inflatable. Roozbeh Ghaffari has researched Flexible electronics in several fields, including Energy harvesting, Lumen, Electric Power Supplies and Nerve bundle. His work carried out in the field of Stretchable electronics brings together such families of science as Actuator and Nanomaterials.
Roozbeh Ghaffari mostly deals with Tectorial membrane, Wearable computer, Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology and Stretchable electronics. His Tectorial membrane research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Acoustics, Biophysics, Frequency selectivity and Coupling. His research integrates issues of Microfluidics, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Artificial intelligence in his study of Wearable computer.
His Nanotechnology research incorporates themes from Semiconductor and Electronics. His Electronics research focuses on Wearable technology and how it relates to Computer hardware. His study explores the link between Stretchable electronics and topics such as Flexible electronics that cross with problems in Electronic engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Wearable computer, Microfluidics, Biomedical engineering, Sweat chloride and Nanotechnology. His study in the field of Sweat analysis is also linked to topics like Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. Roozbeh Ghaffari combines subjects such as Absorbent Pads, Process engineering and Electronics with his study of Microfluidics.
His studies in Electronics integrate themes in fields like Battery and Capacitive sensing. His study in Extraction extends to Biomedical engineering with its themes. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Stretchable electronics and Colorimetry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Microfluidics, Wearable computer, Nanotechnology, Wearable systems and Sweat analysis. His Microfluidics research includes themes of Absorbent Pads, Chromatography and Electronics. His work on Process engineering expands to the thematically related Electronics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Electromyography and Correlation coefficient in addition to Wearable computer. His studies deal with areas such as Battery and Colorimetry as well as Nanotechnology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wearable technology and Systems engineering.
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Multifunctional wearable devices for diagnosis and therapy of movement disorders
Donghee Son;Jongha Lee;Shutao Qiao;Roozbeh Ghaffari.
Nature Nanotechnology (2014)
A graphene-based electrochemical device with thermoresponsive microneedles for diabetes monitoring and therapy
Hyunjae Lee;Tae Kyu Choi;Young Bum Lee;Hye Rim Cho.
Nature Nanotechnology (2016)
Stretchable silicon nanoribbon electronics for skin prosthesis
Jaemin Kim;Mincheol Lee;Hyung Joon Shim;Roozbeh Ghaffari.
Nature Communications (2014)
Materials for multifunctional balloon catheters with capabilities in cardiac electrophysiological mapping and ablation therapy
Dae Hyeong Kim;Nanshu Lu;Roozbeh Ghaffari;Yun Soung Kim.
Nature Materials (2011)
Flexible and Stretchable Electronics for Biointegrated Devices
Dae Hyeong Kim;Roozbeh Ghaffari;Nanshu Lu;John A. Rogers.
Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering (2012)
Recent Advances in Flexible and Stretchable Bio-Electronic Devices Integrated with Nanomaterials.
Suji Choi;Hyunjae Lee;Roozbeh Ghaffari;Taeghwan Hyeon.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Conformal piezoelectric energy harvesting and storage from motions of the heart, lung, and diaphragm
Canan Dagdeviren;Byung Duk Yang;Yewang Su;Yewang Su;Phat L. Tran.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
A soft, wearable microfluidic device for the capture, storage, and colorimetric sensing of sweat
Ahyeon Koh;Daeshik Kang;Daeshik Kang;Yeguang Xue;Seungmin Lee.
Science Translational Medicine (2016)
Waterproof AlInGaP optoelectronics on stretchable substrates with applications in biomedicine and robotics
Rak Hwan Kim;Dae Hyeong Kim;Jianliang Xiao;Jianliang Xiao;Bong Hoon Kim;Bong Hoon Kim.
Nature Materials (2010)
Systems,methods, and devices having stretchable integrated circuitry for sensing and delivering therapy
Bassel de Graff;Roozbeh Ghaffari;William J. Arora.
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