Welcome to the Ho Research Group at the City University of Hong Kong!

Our research program aims to utilize chemistry, physics, materials science and various engineering disciplines to explore novel nano-materials and nano-engineering techniques for various technological applications including electronics, energy-harvesting, photonics, and sensors, etc.

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Principal Investigator (PI)

Ho PicJohnny C Ho, Ph.D. (UC Berkeley)

Assistant Professor

 

何頌賢博士

助理教授

 

Contact Information:

 

Department of Physics and Materials Science
City University of Hong Kong
Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR

China

 

香港九塘達之路

香港城市大學

物理及材料科學系


Office: G6754
Tel:  +852-3442 4897
Fax: +852-3442 0538
Email: johnnyho@cityu.edu.hk

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Research Goals

• Materials & Processing Innovations

 

• Novel Properties of Nano-Materials

 

• Heterogeneous Integration of Nano-Materials

 

• Technological Applications

 

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Research Topics

Nano-Scale Materials Processing

 

Nano-Electronics

 

Nano-Photonics

 

Nano-Materials based Energy-Harvesting and Sensors

 

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Latest news

25.09.2014

Congrats to Ho Research Group for the collaborative research work "Anomalous Highly-Efficient InAs Nanowire Phototransistors Based on Majority Carrier Transport at Room Temperature" being accepted in Advanced Materials!

 

25.09.2014

Congrats to Ho Research Group for the collaborative research work "High-Responsivity Graphene/InAs Nanowire Heterojunction Near-Infrared Photodetectors with Distinct Photocurrent On/Off Ratio" being accepted in Small!

 

17.09.2014

Congrats to Hao Lin and Ming Fand for their work "Hierarchical Silicon Nanostructured Arrays via Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching" being accepted in RSC Advances!

 

16.09.2014

Congrats to Ming Fang for his work "Optical Nanoscale Patterning through Surface-Textured Polymer Films" being featured as the "Frontispiece Cover" of Advanced Optical Materials!

 

11.09.2014

Congrats to Zaixing Yang and Ning Han for their work "Surfactant-assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition of High-performance Small-diameter GaSb Nanowires" being accepted in Nature Communications!

 

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