In this course, students will learn the basic sensing theory behind the wearable and implantable sensing technology. A variety of advanced physical, chemical, bio sensors will be introduced, including pressure, acceleration, gyroscope, magnetometer, GPS, proximity, light, camera, touch screen, identification, acoustic, humidity, temperature, biosignal, heartbeat, gas, chemical, infrared, sweat, glucose, and biomedical sensors. In the class, students will propose and/or present a concept of their own unique wearable and implantable device/system using multiple sensors. Recent and future trends in wearable and implantable sensor technology will be discussed too. Students will gain a broad perspective in the area of sensors and wearable and implantable technology for healthcare and appealing applications. This course is dual-listed with EE 526.