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    Development of high-efficiency, high-reliability
    materials and elements for wireless power transfer
    in body-insertable medical devices

    Group 2 aims to develop wireless-chargeable secondary batteries
    and carbon nanotube electrodes, body-insertable sensors enabling
    wireless power transfer, nerve-stimulating antennas and system
    miniaturization technology, and biocompatible exterior materials
    for body-insertable wireless power transfer devices.

    Development of implantable secondary batteries and carbon nanotube assembly electrodes
    with high-efficiency and high-reliability

    Design of body-insertable secondary batteries based on energy density, and charging/discharging rate

    Manufacturing of body-insertable carbon nanotube electrodes

    Development of implantable elements based on wireless power transfer systems introducing
    soft/sub-miniature flexible antennas

    Property evaluation of conductive materials (CNT, AgNW, liquid metal) in soft antennas for wireless power transfer

    Designing and analyzing the structure of sub-miniature metamaterials based on new conductive materials (CNT, AgNW, liquid
    metal, etc.)

    Development of biocompatible macromolecule, metal, and organic/inorganic nanohybrid
    exterior materials whose nano microstructure and interfacial properties are controlled

    Evaluating polymerization, reformative properties, and biocompatibility of bio polyurethane based on natural substances

    Manufacturing of biocompatible organic/inorganic nanohybrids by using the bio-mineralization technique

    Materialization of high-efficiency, high-reliability wireless power transfer
    medical devices optimized for insertion into the human body

    • Body-insertable antenna
      materials and elements

      Highly efficient power
      reception

      Accurate bio-signal
      transmission

      Miniaturization of
      antennas

    • Biomedical
      battery materials

      High level of stability

      High energy density and
      life-time

      Highly efficient, fast
      charging

    • Flexible electrode
      materials and elements

      Reduced harm to human
      body due to flexibility
      of electrodes

      Accurate electrical signal
      collection and hyper -
      precise sensing

    • Biocompatible
      exterior materials

      Body-friendly exterior
      materials

      Smooth transmission/
      reception of power
      and data

      Protection of internal
      circuits in the human body