James Lai (Yu-Hsien, Lai, 賴昱先)

Mechanical engineering graduate majoring in MEMs manufacturing and design skills. Proficient usage of SolidWorks, with experience of Arduino chip development. Passionate about learning new knowledge and facing challenges.

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National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University

Mechanical Engineering, Master  •  2019 - 2021

  • Micro Fabrication Laboratory (Teaching assistant, 2020) 
  • Medical Applications of 3D Printing (Teaching assistant, 2020)
  • Advanced Micro-system Fabrication and Lab (Student, 2019)

National Taiwan University

Biomechatronics Engineering, Bachelor  •  2012 - 2017

Master Thesis: Development of a Flexible Pressure Sensor for Brain Pressure Measurement

  • 2 years of real-time semiconductor instruments operating experience of spin coater, mask aligner, surface profiler, Silicon Deep-RIE System and Oxygen plasma cleaner system at NYCU and NTHU labs.
  • Designed and manufactured a flexible pressure sensor that is smaller than 1 square millimetre with microfluidic structures to solve conductive issues and increase space efficiency.
  • Developed a flexible, firm and bio-compatible brain pressure measuring device to prevent common brain injuries during the operation.
  • Assisted laboratory members and myself to conduct experiments with self-devised Silicon mold that is designed by Ledit.

Work Experience

Research Assistant 

Industrial Technology Research Institute  •  Jan 2020 - Aug 2020

  • Project: The hardware communication integration and interface design through LabVIEW
  • Integrated electricity meter and reciprocating motor to accomplish real-time monitoring, automatic control and data collection by LabVIEW and Arduino chips.
  • Developed a user interface which is easy to use and improved data collecting issues.
  • Mentored crew mates with system integration and LabVIEW skills.

Research Assistant 

Ultrasonic Imaging Laboratory, National Taiwan University  •  Jan 2018 - Jun 2018

  • Project: Automatic elector-mechanical system development for intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) assistance
  • Devised a rotary mechanism assisting IVUS probe.
  • Improved the assisting mechanism by packaging compact linear motor and rails, which the final product is half the size of existing products.


LOTES CO., LTD  •  Sep 2016 - Feb 2017

  • Project: Development of a new universal socket
  • Designed a new universal socket, improving tightness and dust falling issues with plastic cover and connecting mechanism by SolidWorks.

Research Assistant

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Taipei Medical University Hospital  •  Jan 2016 - Jun 2016

  • Project: Development of 3D printed dynamic aids
  • Improved therapy process of rehabilitation and simplified aids manufacturing process by mapping and 3D printing with SolidWorks. 
  • Developed customized aids that are detachable and paired with dynamic kit, in order to assist handicapped patients to walk and maintain balance.


  • SolidWorks
  • Ledit
  • LabVIEW
  • Arduino


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