Our researches are concentrated on opto-electronics, which include MOCVD growth, near-infrared laser and detector, and mid-infrared laser. We are also interested in their applications on chemical sensing.

The MOCVD (i.e. metal-organic chemical vapor deposition) system is used to grow semiconductors devices, which include semiconductor lasers, semiconductor detectors, semiconductor optical amplifiers, modulators, and optical switches. The semiconductor devices can be applied for applications such as chemical detection and breath analysis using photo-acoustic (PA) effects.

Undergrad researches are currently focused on electroencephalography (EEG) signal extraction and using them for robot arm control, neuron optical and ultrasonic excitation, and energy generations and other IEEE student branch related activities.

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Neural Circuitry
Photo-Acoustic Sensing
MOCVD Growth
MIR Lasers
NIR Lasers and Detectors
Undergrad Research
Past Projects