Our group’s research interest involves the use of the basic principles in chemistry, physics and material sciences to enable novel applications and development of imaging probes and sensing devices in the areas of environment, energy and disease diagnosis.

Project 1: Fundamental research on application of nanotechnology for detection and treatment of aquatic pollutants (No. 2016YFA0203200);

Project 2: Design and application of multifunctional imaging nanoprobes (NSFC No. 2163007; 22134006);

Project 3: Basic research on designing functional interfaces for analytical chemistry (NSFC No. 21721003 ).