Our center aims to converge wireless power transfer techniques, new materials and elements, and bio-interface
technology into the development of unrestrained, body-insertable medical devices and a wireless power transfer system,
thereby enabling the smooth supply of power, signal transmission, miniaturization, and refinement of medical sensors.
We also develop resonating wireless power transfer systems, which are suitable for body-insertable medical devices such as nerve access
interfaces and electrocardiographs, as well as propagating wireless power transfer systems, which are suitable for medical sensors for
monitoring unrestrained bio-signals. Furthermore, we will perform research on technology related to new materials and elements that
satisfies the conditions of innocuousness to the human body, miniaturization, high efficiency, high reliability, and flexibility, all of which are required in wireless power transfer and the transplantation of actual medical devices into a human body.