The Micro and Nano Sensing Technology Laboratory (MANST) at the Institute of Medical Science and Technology in the National Sun Yat-sen University is focussed on engineering smart sensor systems to provide real world solutions in areas such as healthcare, robotics and environmental monitoring. The lab is headed by Professor Cheng-Hsin Chuang, who is also the institute chair, and is a renowned academic in the fields of smart sensors, medical devices, micro and nano electro mechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) and the Internet of Things (IoT). It also comprises of a vibrant group of students from diverse backgrounds and nationalities that work on a range of smart technologies which include biosensors for point-of-care diagnostics, tactile sensors for robotics, IoT-based logistics and wearable energy harvesters for self-powered sensing applications among others.
Flexible Printed Sensors (Force, Temperature)
Impedance-based Biosensor (Urinary)
Tactile Sensor for Robot and Medical devices
AIoT for Smart Point-of-Care Diagnosis