Our group focus on experimental and theoretical investigations in optics and optoelectronics and develop state-of-the-art devices with desirable properties for various applications. We collaborate with material experts and application specialists and work actively at two interfaces: materials-devices and devices-applications.
We get inspiration from various unique properties achievable by nanostructure engineering as well as emerging materials to develop novel devices with new functionalities or unprecedented performance. More specifically , we have been working on semiconductor heterostructures, optical nanoantennas, plasmonics, graphene and other 2D materials.
We identify the practical problems in real applications such as biomedical sensing, infrared imaging, communication, and seek game-changing solutions at the system level.