Smart Materials and Devices
Processing, characterization and applications of various types of ferroelectric and piezoelectric smart materials; the study of nanocomposites consisting of nanosized ceramic or metallic particles in a polymer matrix, nanotubes and nanowires, and high-k dielectrics; the study of electrical, piezoelectric, pyroelectric, optical, magnetic, mechanical, magnetostrictive, and magnetoelectric properties of materials; and the design and fabrication of smart devices, including ultrasonic motors, piezoelectric transformers, actuators, transducers and sensors.
Prof J.Y. Dai (email@example.com) - Smart materials and devices
Dr K.W. Kwok (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Ferroelectric materials, piezoelectric transducer, pyroelectric materials and devices
Dr C.W. Leung (email@example.com) - Nanofabrication techniques, magnetic and spintronics materials
Dr C.W. Ong (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Microelectromechanical devices, gas sensor, thin film
Dr W.M. Tang (email@example.com) - Semiconductor materials and devices