Current Research Interests
My research focus is based on the use of multifunctional hybrid nanostructures for electrical and electrochemical inspired devices. I am interested in the functional nanoelectronic and energy devices that delivers heterogeneous and versatile applications. My research group is currently focusing on nanostructures synthesis, self-assembled nanostructures for transparent electronics, flexible and stretchable devices, organic hybrid memory, resistive memory, sensors, electrochromics, energy storage supercapacitors and mechanical energy harvestors.
Pooi See graduated from the National University of Singapore. She worked in the semiconductor industry on microelectronics integration upon her graduation. She joined NTU as an assistant professor in 2004 and became a tenured associated professor in 2009. She was promoted to full professor in 2015. Her latest research work focuses on nanostructures in devices such as flexible transparent conductors, stretchable strain sensors, resistive memory, electrochromics, electroluminescent, energy storage and nanomaterials for human-machine interface. She was awarded the National Research Foundation Investigatorship Award Class 2014 and received the Nanyang Research Excellence Award in 2015.
- MS4603 Microelectronics Process Integration