Department of Biomechatronics Engineering,

National Taiwan University, Taipei 10617, Taiwan (ROC) 

Last Updated : 2019/10

Welcome to IBS Lab

    Our lab is dedicated to technology development for intelligent bio-sensing. We mostly use electrochemical methods for construction of our sensing system. Apart from conventional methods, we integrate miniaturized fabrication processes and aptamer sensing techniques for achieving a user-friendly goal. Aptamers are artificially evolved DNA or RNA that can be selected in vitro, and can be used as the sensing element for certain targets. For miniaturization, micro-fabrication processes are applied for fabricating electrode chips. Polymers or other bio-sensing elements (e.g. aptamers) can be immobilized onto the electrode for detection of target concentration or the analysis of other sensing characteristics.

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    Our research groups are conducting several pioneering researches, and we have published in a variety of fields including electrochemistry, bio-sensing, ion-sensing, and other interdisciplinary studies.

Recent News

We are recruiting up to two students for enrollment in master's degree for the upcoming (2020) academic year.



(Master's Degree)

Our 2nd-year master's degree student Wei-Li Shih attended to the 10th Workshop on Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy and Related Techniques, Paris, France.


SECM Conference
(Wei-Li Shih)

Our 2nd-year master's degree student Chih-Yu Lai attended to the 11th International Symposium on Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, Lège-Cap-Ferret, France.


EIS Conference (Chih-Yu Lai)

Our PhD degree student Jui-Hong Weng published an article on Electrochimica Acta (IF = 5.383). The title is "Microfluidic amperometry with two symmetric Au microelectrodes under one-way and shuttle flow conditions". (


Electrochimica Acta Journal Paper (Jui-Hong Weng)

A great success for the 2019 NTU Smart Agriculture Conference! A total of 280 people participated in this conference.


NTU Smart Agricultural

Our 2nd-year master's degree student Chih-Yu Lai published an article on Electrochimica Acta (IF = 5.383). The title is "Diffusion impedance modeling for interdigitated array electrodes by conformal mapping and cylindrical finite length approximation".


Electrochimica Acta

Journal Paper (Chih-Yu Lai)

Our PhD and master's degree students Yi-Min Wu, Li-Cheng Ho and Shen-Feng Huang attended to the 18th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose, Fukuoka, Japan.


ISOEN Conference (Yi-Min Wu, Li-Cheng Ho and Shen-Feng Huang)

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