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Nanomaterials studies various kinds of low-dimensional materials for devices and advanced in-situ and operando characterisation techniques.  The key focus of this area includes advanced materials characterisation techniques at the atomic scale, in-situ and real-time; emerging memories for neuromorphic computing; low-dimensional materials: quantum dots, nanowires, nanotubes, and two-dimensional materials; micro/nano electronic devices; carbon-based electronics; nanomaterials for bioelectronics and flexible electronics, etc.


Research Members in Nanomaterials:

Name Research Interest 

Prof. Daniel S. P. LAU

Two-dimensional materials and devices


Two-dimensional materials and devices, carbon-based electronics


In situ TEM and low dimensional materials

Dr. Y. ZHU

TEM and material characterization techniques at the atomic scale



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