Our group is a frontier in the world on fiber-based micro- and nano-scale materials and sensors, and current research interests include

Realization of a radically new nanofabrication technique 

-Nanostructures for large-area and flexible electronics, photonics, piezoelectronics, triboelectricity, and mechanics

-Piezoelectric polymer nanowires and their applications in electronic skin, cardiac sensors, energy harvesting, and smart textile 

-Chemical and biological sensors

-Active fibers for high-power fiber lasers / Infrared fiber lasers / Chalcogenide photonics

Digital photonic nose: Artificial olfaction technologies

Functional smart structures/surfaces for open microfluidics and smart textile