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Smart Materials and Devices

The objective of this research area is to study the processing, characterisations and applications of various types of ferroic and multiferroic smart materials and composites.  The key focus of this research area includes ferroelectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric and multiferroic materials and devices; microelectromechanical devices, gas sensors, thin films; nanofabrication techniques, magnetic and spintronics materials; semiconductor materials and devices; smart materials and devices (piezoelectric transformers, actuators, transducers and sensors), etc.

 

Research Members in Smart Materials and Devices:

Name Research Interest 

Prof. J. Y. DAI

Smart materials and devices

Dr. K. W. KWOK

Ferroelectric materials, piezoelectric transducer, pyroelectric materials and devices

Dr. C. W. LEUNG

Nanofabrication techniques, magnetic and spintronics materials

 

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