Nanoelectromechanical Systems (NEMS) based on 2D Materials
We study new device physics, device structure, and new properties in 2D NEMS resonators. These devices are highly promising for strain-tunable devices, highly sensitive transducers, and ultra-low power devices.
In-Memory Computing and Neuromorphic Computing using Nonvolatile Memories
We believe that emerging nonvolatile memories hold the promise to enable in-memory computing systems that are far more energy-efficient compared with current computing systems due to the integrated memory and computing functionalities. We innovate resistive random-access memories (RRAMs), ferroelectric memories, etc., and design integrated systems for in-memory computing and neuromorphic computing.
Optoelectronic Devices based on Emerging Materials
We study optoelectronic sensing and energy harvesting devices such as photodetectors, photovoltaic devices, and strain-tunable optoelectronic devices, based on emerging materials such as 2D materials, single crystal materials, and metal grain boundaries.