Electronic Materials (ELE)

The principal competencies of the ELE department include developing research capabilities in materials growth, characterisation, electrochemistry, and device engineering to develop and apply fundamental knowledge of electronic materials towards current and emerging technologies. Investigation of both intrinsic material properties as well as device or system level performances will be directed towards materials of interest such as semiconductors, piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, and functional layers. Potential real-life applications include batteries, sensors, thermoelectrics, optoelectronics, and wearable devices.

Fact sheets:
Spin Orbit Technologies
Coating Technologies: Adsorptive Coating
Coating Technologies: Anti-scratch Super-hydrophilic Coating
Environmental Technologies: Non-targeted chemical analysis using GC-MS

Department Head: Dr. Chiam Sing Yang


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