We aim to design and synthesize novel functional nanomaterials and fabricate advanced devices, which can expand the fundamental understanding of biotic-abiotic interactions and also foster technology development for life sciences, healthcare, energy, environmental monitoring and homeland security applications. Our current research interests include:
- Programmable/reconfigurable materials and systems with tunable properties and functionalities
- Organic/inorganic hybrid materials for physical, chemical and biological sensors and multifunctional surfaces and interfaces
- Unconventional approaches for micro/nanofabrication
- Flexible and stretchable wearable photonics and electronics
We are always looking for talented and motivated postdoctoral researchers, graduate and undergraduate students to join our group. If you are interested in joining the group, please send your application to Dr. Tian (firstname.lastname@example.org).