Welcome to FAN lab at HKUST

  Our research effort focuses on engineering novel nanostructures with functional materials, for technological applications including energy conversion, electronics and sensors, etc. The research being performed in our lab is highly interdisciplinary involving electrical engineering, materials science and engineering, chemistry and physics. Students and postdocs with strong motivation for cutting-edge research on nanotechnology are welcome to join us.

Recent Highlight

-Dec. 18, Congratulations to Mahdi for his paper "Large-Grain Tin-Rich Perovskite Film for Efficient Solar Cells via Metal Alloying Technique" being accepted by Advanced Materials.

-Oct. 21, Congratulations to Larry, Hoi and Chaky for winning the Championship of the 3rd "GCL Cup (协鑫杯) International College Student Green Energy Science and Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition", in Suzhou China.

-Oct. 10, Our Nano Letters paper "Lead-free Perovskite Nanowire Array Photodetectors with Drastically Improved Stability in Nanoengineering Templates" is selected as ESI Highly Cited Paper.

-Sept. 19, Congratulations to Angela for being accepted by UC Berkeley as a PhD research exchange student.

-Aug. 22, Congratulations to Angela for her paper "Printable Fabrication of Nanocoral-structured Electrodes for High-perormance Flexible and Planar Supercapacitor with Artistic Design" being accepted by Advanced Materials.

-Aug. 20, Congratulations to Aashir for joining University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan, as a tenure track assistant professor.

-Aug. 17, Congratulations to Mahdi for accepting a postdoc position offer in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).







  • Printed Nanowire Arrays
  • Daul-diameter Nanopillars
  • 3D Nanowell for Light Trapping
  • Integrated Nanowire Electronics
  • Nanowell Structure
  • Flexible Nanopillar Solar Cell

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