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Nanomanufacturing Processes for High-Performance and Multifunctional Sensors and Energy Storage Devices

Scaling up the fabrication of nano, micro, and macroscopic devices and systems with low-dimensional nanomaterials allows for high-performance and multifunctional devices in a broad range of applications. Our group investigates nanomanufacturing processes, such as template-guided fluidic assembly, direct printing transfer, and device integration techniques to fabricate 1-3D dimensional nano/microarchitectures of extreme nanocarbon and silicon nanostructures on various substrates, including Si, SiO2, metals, polymers, and nano/micro-patterned flexible polymer surfaces. Using these unprecedented nanostructured architectures, our group is also studying and developing high-performance and ultra-low-power radiation, ion, and chemical sensors, light-emitting devices, photo-detectors, flexible electrical interconnects, and flexible and transparent energy storage devices.

Voltage-Switchable Photocurrents in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube-Silicon Junctions for Analog and Digital Optoelectronics

(Nat. Photonics, 2014)

Transparent, Flexible Supercapacitors from Nano-Engineered Carbon Films

(Sci. Rep., 2012)

Highly Organized Two- and Three-Dimensional Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube–Polymer Hybrid Architectures 

(ACS Nano, 2011)

Ultralow-Power and Miniaturized X-ray Sensor Using the Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube

Micro Network-Based Geiger Counter Design 

(ACS Appl. Electron. Mater. 2022)

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