Research Group


Group leader: Alireza Dolatshahi-Pirouz

Biologically inspired material engineering (BioEngine)

At BioEngine, we're committed to harnessing the power of nature to drive innovation in advanced materials, with a particular focus on wearables for digital health.

We're excited about the potential for implantable and wearable devices to revolutionize healthcare, giving patients real-time insights into their health and providing doctors with continuous monitoring of vital signs. By creating materials that can be integrated seamlessly into clothing, we're making it easier for patients to collect reliable data on their health, wherever they go.

Our team is also exploring how advanced materials can be used to create improved electronic skins, which can be used to detect environmental changes and respond accordingly. From smart bandages that can aid in wound healing to implantable sensors that monitor patients' vitals, we believe that advanced materials are the key to unlocking the full potential of digital health.

Overall, we're excited to be at the forefront of this field and we can't wait to see what new breakthroughs are still to come!

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Ongoing research projects

Self-healing and cyborganic hydrogels for treating bone disorders

VIDI Project Founded by NWO.

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Greenelit- Flexible and Green electronic components for sustainable consumer electronics


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Robca Gelpad - Ultrasound gels for automated ultrasound imaging

Innobooster IFD

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E-sole - An electronic sole for measuring the power output of cyclists

DTU PoC grant

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Minimally invasive implants for healthcare monitoring

Novo Nordisk Fonden

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The Bioengine group 2023
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