Simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT) optimization with multiple objective function optimization is presented in the millimeter band in this paper. Three different objective functions that are used for harvest power (HP), capacity, and bit error rate (BER) were studied. There are three different nodes in real environment for wireless power transfer (WPT) and SWIPT. The channel estimation calculated by shooting and bouncing ray/image techniques includes multi-path, fading effect, and path-loss in the real environment. We applied beamforming techniques at the transmitter to focus the transmitter energy in order to reduce the multi-path effect and adjust the length of the feed line on each array element in order to find the extremum of the objective functions by the self-adaptive dynamic differential evolution (SADDE) method. Numerical results showed that SWIPT node cannot achieve good performance by single objective function, but wireless power transfer (WPT) can. Nevertheless, both WPT and SWIPT nodes can meet the criteria by the multiple objective function. The harvesting power ratio as well as the BER and capacity can be improved by the multiple objective function to an acceptable level by only reducing a little harvesting energy compared to the best harvesting energy for the single objective function. Finally, the multiple optimization function cannot merely provide good information quality for SWIPT node but achieve good total harvesting power for WPT and SWIPT node as well.