NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering


Research Areas
Brief Description of Research
1. Self-assembled Nanostructures.
2. Graphene.
3. Soft Condensed Matter.
4. Synchrotron Radiation Science.


1. Well-ordered functional molecular nanostructure arrays via self-assembly on surfaces or surface nanotemplates for their applications in molecular electronics and solid state quantum computation.
2. Molecular-level interface controlled organic thin films or organic heterojunctions for organic photovoltaic devices.
3. Graphene-related devices, with particular focus on the single crystalline graphene epitaxially grown on SiC substrates.
4. Excited-state chemistry or physics at the interfaces of organic/metal, organic-oxides, and organic p-n heterojunctions with well-defined molecular orientation, supramolecular arrangement and interface energy level alignment.