Research

Sensors & Transducers Programme

Smart functional materials and nano-structured materials are highy responsive to various stimuli or changes in the environment.  They possess many inherent signal/energy  conversion and transduction functions, which are particularly suitable for producing advanced sensors, actuators and transducers with high performance or unique feature. The mission of the Sensors & Transducers Programme is to build the peak of excellence in material-critical sensing and transduction science, and spearhead innovations in sensor and transducer technology with material expertise for creating industry and societal values.


Our research scope covers: 

- Polarization-responsive smart materials and phenomena, including ferroics,  piezoelectrics, and dielectrics; acoustic and photoacoustic active materials.

- Chromatically active materials, including fluorescence and THz technologies.

- Material-critical sensors and transducers produced from the smart materials as above-stated.

 

Our work in this area has led to innovations and applications of advanced technologies on smart materials, material-critical sensors and transducers valuable for structural and environmental  monitoring, health care, system intelligence, precision engineering, security and various sustainable urban technologies including noise control.

 



Key Members:

Programme Manager:
YAO Kui 

Deputy Manager:
TAN Chin Yaw 

Assistant Manager:
Ivan TAN Chee Kiang


Team Members:
CHEN Shuting
CHEN Yifan
GOH Seok Hong
GUO Shifeng
KE Qing Qing
LAI Szu Cheng
LIU Bin
Liu Huajun
LIU Hong Wei
Meysam Sharifzadeh MIRSHEKARLOO
ONG Kok Haw
Mojtaba RAHIMABADY
Anton Valentinovich SADOVOY
WONG Zheng Zheng
ZHANG Lei

 

Collaborators (Research staff who are also involved in this programme):
Karen KE Lin
LIU Rong Rong
Santiranjan SHANNIGRAHI
Nikodem TOMCZAK
TAN Sze Yu
Coryl LEE Jing Jun
LIM Suo Hon
Sergey GORELIK
DING Lu
LIU Hong Fei
ZHANG Nan

Last update : 5/6/2016 5:31:52 PM