About us

Our research is centered on organic conjugated systems and two-dimensional (2D) materials, aiming at controlled solid-state properties that will ultimately benefit the advancement of (opto)electronic devices. Fundamentally, with integrating functional organic and 2D materials, we are able to tailor the fundamental interface interactions, strengthen the overall properties, and develop ultrathin device elements exhibiting novel and superior functionalities. Practically, flexible electronics and optoelectronics with combined features of high performance, mechanical conformability, and operational stability that are highly desired for the health monitoring and soft robotics applications are innovated. By developing the intrinsically flexible and biocompatible materials and electronics, emerging arena that fuses the information and the biological world is within reach.

For more details about our research, please visit the Research page.


We are recruiting dedicated and passionate students and postdocs to join our team (see Openings)!