Small things are different. Our groups explores unique physicochemical properties of low-dimension materials by using, sometimes combining, electronic, optical, and chemical techniques.
Micro devices can deliver unprecedented performance over their macro counterparts in investigating new life phenomena. Our research interest focuses on the development of sensors, actuators, and controllers, that interface with biosystems at extremely high sensitivity, spatiotemporal resolution, and stability.
Miniaturized devices based on low-dimensional materials offer the promise of next-generation tools for improving human lives. Our group is interested in developing nano/micro-enabled instruments with high efficiency in power, size, cost, and time, for various applications including diagnosis/prognosis and environmental monitoring.