Key Dates
May or June, 2022
March, 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline
May or June, 2022
Online Registration Deadline
May or June, 2022
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Zhuqing Wang


Multi-functional thermal urine detection sensor chip project


Zhuqing Wang


School of Mechanical Engineering, Sichuan University


Professor Wang is a Distinguished Professor and Head of MEMS Sensor and Medical Chip Development Research Group in the School of Mechanical Engineering, Sichuan University. He has long been dedicated to the research of MEMS sensor and biomedical detection chip based on MEMS technology, which belongs to the top ten key fields of Made in China 2025 Strategy, the field of biomedical and high-performance medical devices. The research aims to develop high-performance diagnosis and treatment devices and mobile health testing products for smart medicine by using MEMS and the intersection of biology, materials, physics and chemistry. He has 14 years of overseas study and work experience and 10 years of experience in MEMS medical device research and product development as a researcher and assistant professor. He has undertaken and participated in several national university-enterprise cooperative R&D and product development projects in Japan, with a total project funding of more than 326 million RMB. The MEMS variable lens for detection of fundus lesions developed by him as the first technical director of the project has been converted into a product for sale by Canon.  Another research result of urine detection chip has completed the proof of principle and prototype development, and is cooperating with the company for product transformation. He has published more than 40 research papers, including 35 SCI papers, more than 20 SCI papers with IF 2 or above, holds 5 Japanese patents. He has presented more than 10 MEMS-related international conferences, including IEEE Transducers, Biosensors, IEEE NEMS, μTAS, etc. 


The applicant innovatively proposed a urine sensor based on enzyme catalyzed reaction heat release and MEMS thermoelectric conversion detection mechanism on account of the signal interference problem existing in traditional electrochemical sensors in urine composition detection. A thermal sensor with high sensitivity was developed by regulating the energy band of monocrystalline silicon to achieve high Seebeck coefficient, which breaks through the constraints of traditional multi-electrode structure and PDMS microfluidic technology. It has the advantages of simple process, low cost, small device size and convenient mass production.