Cyber–Physiochemical Interfaces

Living things rely on various physical, chemical, and biological interfaces, e.g., somatosensation, olfactory/gustatory perception, and nervous system response

Ting Wang; Ming Wang; Le Yang; Zhuyun Li; Xian Jun Loh; Xiaodong Chen

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • Living things rely on various physical, chemical, and biological interfaces, e.g., somatosensation, olfactory/gustatory perception, and nervous system response
  • Interfacial information exchanges are complicated but efficient, delicate but precise, and multimodal but unisonous, which has driven researchers to study the science of such interfaces and develop techniques with potential applications in health monitoring, smart robotics, future wearable devices, and cyber physical/human systems
  • It is hoped that this will result in an unprecedented multi-disciplinary network of scientific collaboration in cyber–physiochemical interface to explore much uncharted territory for progress, providing technical inspiration—to the development of the next-generation personal healthcare technology, smart sports-technology, adaptive prosthetics and augmentation of human capability, etc

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