K. H. Wee

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A silicon-on-insulator (SOI) micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) accelerometer, complementary Metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) readout circuit and simultaneous hermetic encapsulation using low temperature Cu-Cu bonding are investigated for 3D heterogeneous integration of MEMS and CMOS. The MEMS accelerometer is fabricated using bulk micromachining(More)
Introduction Our group's research focuses on BIOELECTRONICS: We work in 3 interdisciplinary areas, biomedical electronics, bio-inspired electronics, and circuit modeling of biology. Our work advances frontiers and has applications in ultra-low-power, analog, RF (wireless), micro-sensing (mechanical, optical, fluidic, chemical), ultra-low-noise,(More)
Introduction Our group's research focuses on BIOELECTRONICS: We work in 3 interdisciplinary areas, biomedical electronics, bio-inspired electronics, and circuit modeling of biology. Our work advances frontiers and has applications in ultra-low-power, analog, RF (wireless), micro-sensing (mechanical, optical, fluidic, chemical), ultra-low-noise,(More)
Introduction The aim of biologically inspired electronics is to emulate biology in building ultra low power, real time, compact systems from an analog circuit engineer's or physicist's point of view. Such systems are useful as smart sensors. They are also useful in biomedical applications where the low power and biomimetic capabilities are particularly(More)
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