Light force devices and cavities ( nano-opto-mechanical systems)
We manufacture photonic and nanomechanical devices using CMOS techniques. Photonic integration of nanomechanics enables a new class of light force devices. Sub topics include but not limited to circuit cavity optomechanics, classical and quantum force measurements, optomechanical radio frequency resonators and nonlineary devices.
Quantum optics and optomechanics
The quantum regime of photonic and mechanical systems offers fascinating new possibilities for both applied and fundamental physics. Quantum optics provides a well- developed tool box to help entering and controlling this regime. New classes of qubits are also enabled at room temperature with ultimate scalability.
Ultrafast CMOS electronics
Large scale integration of NEMS on CMOS platform On-chip sensory system development based on NEMS Microwave NEMS for quantum limited displacement sensing Real-time monitoring of trapped charge through NEMS charge detection.
We develop real-time chemical and biological sensing devices on a integrated microfluidic platform. The embeded nanosensors enable unprecendented sensitivity, whereas orthogonal sensing modality permits high specifity.