Please welcome our newest faculty member, Assistant Professor Jun Chen, to the Department of Bioengineering. Chen’s Lab is focused on using nanotechnology to develop interactive wearables with the capability of manipulating these environmental energies, and converting them into electrical signals for energy, sensing, and health care applications. This research thrust include fundamental materials innovations and advanced device design, as well as system integration, helping move the world to a more sustainable and intelligent future.
Professor Chen has published 2 books, over 80 journal articles and 42 of them are as first/corresponding authors in Nature Energy, Nature Sustainability, Nature Communications, Joule, and many others. He also filed 10 US patents and licensed 1. He is currently an Associate Editor of Biosensors and Bioelectronics, and on the list of the 2019 Highly Cited Researchers from the Web of Science. His current h-index is 57.