FIND Lab. focuses on the followings:
Synthesis of 2D layered material and heterostructure.
Graphene and other 2D materials have lots of potential for new physics, nano-electronics, especially. We are trying to find new methods for 2D building blocks for electronics devices. So, We produce 2D crystals using the conventional CVD method as well as the advanced photo-thermal method, which can directly synthesize on soft substrate.
Materials and device characterization.
We perform materials and device characterization to discover novel optical, chemical, electrical and mechanical properties.
Flexible electronics (Logic device & Sensor)
Flexible electronics have great interests because of their wide availability in wearable devices, soft robotics, and implants. For stretchable electronics, one of the most important and fundamental components is a stretchable conductor. Our lab research aims the development of structural, and intrinsically stretchable conducting materials as a fundamental component for stretchable electronics for the actual use of display, transistors, sensors, and batteries. The materials include metallic hybrid materials which are composed of 0-D, 1-D, 2-D nanomaterials, and stretchable polymer including an organic conductive materials.