INTRODUCTION


Complex and well-defined microstructures are interesting for both applied and fundamental research. One of the major challenges in this field is in fabrication of these structures with sufficient precision and good scalability, e.g., the fabrication difficulty is an outstanding obstacle in the emerging branch of optics based on metallic subwavelength materials. Our research aims to develop economical and versatile approaches to address the above problem. In the long term, this effort will enable a wide range of nanomaterials that cannot be conveniently accessed by the current methods, and thus offer a new platform for theoretical studies and for promising applications such as chemical and biological sensors, optical barcodes for high-throughput screening, self-reporting drug carriers, and electrode materials of solar cells, batteries, and supercapacitors.

RECRUITING NEWS


2013-2

POSITIONS AVAILABLE! We are recruiting: Ph.D students, research assistants/associates (for BS or MS degree holders), and postdoctorate scholars.

GROUP NEWS



2013-2
Our group website launched

2013-2
Chris, welcome aboard!

CONTACT US

Dr. Yang Yang Li

Department of Physics and Materials Science
City University of Hong Kong
83 Tai Chee Rd., Kowloon, Hong Kong
Office: G6705, Academic 1
Phone: (852) 3442-7810
Lab: (852) 2784-4670
Fax: (852) 3442-0538
Email: yangli@cityu.edu.hk
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