Welcome to NAMI group!
NAMI group focuses on research in nanoscale materials and electronics. The research activities include, but not limited to, the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials and structures, and development of novel devices with low power consumption, enhanced performance, versatile functionalities and high integration density.
As one of the national initiative, nanotechnology, which exploits materials of dimension smaller than 100 nanometers, is addressing the challenge of the present microelectronic industry and offering exciting new possibilities. This is in accord with Richard Feynman’s speech back in 1959, when he described “to synthesize nanoscale building blocks with precisely controlled size and composition, and assemble them into larger structures with unique properties and functions.” This vision has continued to spark the imagination of generations of scientists.
Our Research Goals
Utilizing bottom-up (physical, chemical, and biological assembly) and top-down (lithography) techniques to fabricate desired nanostructures, devices, and systems with high resolution, reliability, and efficiency.
With in-depth investigations of these nanomaterials and devices using the state-of-the-art experimental techniques, our goal is to: