Meet The Team
Dr. RAYE YEOW
Dr. Raye joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the National University of Singapore, as an Assistant Professor in 2012. He is also an affiliated Principal Investigator with the Advanced Robotics Center and the Singapore Institute for Neurotechnology (SINAPSE). Raye currently holds over 25 international journal publications and over 60 conference abstracts/publications, in the area of human biomechanics, medical devices and robotics. He has also secured over $2 million in research funding, focusing on his core interest on innovation research. His team develops medical technology that target important clinical unmet needs, particularly in the aspect of smart assistive devices, rehabilitation and surgical robotics.
Gokula Krishnan Ramachandran
Gokul is a certified data scientist and trained Biomedical Engineer, worked as a senior data scientist before joining EI lab as research fellow. He worked as a research fellow at Cancer science Institute of Singapore where he worked on pre-clinical drug development and developed clinical data collection procedures which includes dual metabolomics, human end-tidal breath collection etc., for disease diagnosis. He obtained his PhD., in Biomedical Engineering from National University of Singapore for his work on non-invasive diagnosis of gastric cancer and invention of a novel electronic nose platform. He is a IES young creator’s award winner and a recipient of IFBME Young investigator award. He had published more than 8 peer reviewed research articles and obtained two patents. Currently his research focus is on the development and deployment of olfactory sense on to robots.
Daniel earned his Bachelors degree from National University of Singapore in Biomedical Engineering in 2021. His research interests include soft robotics in rehabilitation. Besides his research, he is also a motorcycle and music enthusiast.
Shaun is currently a research engineer and a PhD candidate at the EI lab. he graduated from University of Warwick with a MEng in Mechanical Engineering with Fluid Dynamics, followed by a MSc in Bioengineering with Biomechanics and Mechanobiology. His current focus is on soft robotics haptics and the implementation of haptics in wearable technologies and virtual reality.
Luoyin is currently a joint PhD student at the EI lab. He is a PhD candidate in the College of Intelligent Systems Science and Engineering, Harbin Engineering University. His research interests include swarm intelligence, bioinspired robotics and unmanned underwater vehicle.
Jonathan William Ambrose
Jonathan is pursuing his PhD in EL lab. He earned his Bachelors in Biomedical Engineering from the National University of Singapore in 2019. His current research interest involves wearable soft robotics. In his free time Jonathan like to hit the gym and find new places to eat.
Qifeng received his bachelor degree from Beihang University. He is working on design multi-application control system based on EMG signals.
Xiong Quan is curretly a PhD student at the EI lab. He received his bachelor and master degrees from Harbin Engineering University and Harbin Institute of Technology, respectively. His research interests includes soft robotics, electrostatic adhesion and medical robotics.
Xuanyi is currently a master student at EI Lab. He received his bachelor degree of Biomedical Engineer from Zhejiang University in 2023. His current research interest is exoskeleton soft robot.
Li Dannuo is currently a master student at the EI lab. He received his bachelor degree from South West Jiaotong University. His research interests includes soft robotics and medical robotics.
Ziyang is currently a PhD student. He focus on AI-assisted drug screening and 3DP biomaterials for diabetic foot ulcer. Computational chemistry and Large language Model are deployed. This work is jointly supervised by the Dept of Pharmacy.
Ling Yong is currently a joint PhD student at the EI lab. He is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Donghua University. His research interests include soft robotics, artificial muscles, and medical robotics.