Our research interest are in the areas of nanoelectronics and computational science. The goal of our research is to develop new green electronics technologies, such as ultralow power devices and high-efficiency photovoltaics. We are designing various components of nanodevices, such as ultrathin oxide film, oxide-semiconductor interfaces, and metal-silicon interfaces, by using both theoretical and experimental approaches.

A new electronic application is also pursued for a future environmental symbiotic electronics. We are developing a new drone  similar to a flying insect  and its autonomous control system to open up a new electronics application of “multi-point measurement of environment”.

This laboratory comprises four research groups: (1) simulation group, (2) nano-deive group, (3) STM group, and (4) UAV group.