The NFB department aims to be a global leader in advancing nanofabrication techniques through material and process innovation to address next-generation technology challenges. We are motivated to deliver the highest level of use-inspired basic research and applied research and to promote the translation of nanostructured materials and devices in various fields, such as advanced optics and photonics, precision engineering, electronics, and MedTech. To address the needs of stakeholders, we develop wafer-level fabrication processes and patterning of 1D/2D/3D micro/nanostructures constituted of advanced materials.
NFB Department Overview
Currently, the department is composed of five groups:
Join our Team! We are always looking for new talents to join us to develop advanced nanofabrication techniques, including 3D nanoprinting, scalable nano-manufacturing, atomic level manipulation, low-dimensional materials synthesis, etc. We strive for the advancement of nanophotonics and nanoplasmonics, smart sensing technologies to push the boundaries of material science. If interested, please do not hesitate to send your CV to us.
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