We are the research group of Min Seok Jang,
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at KAIST. Our research generally aims to create photonic
and electronic devices having useful and non-intuitive functionalities, by exploring the intersections of
optics, solid state physics, and other fields of physics at the nanoscale. We tackle fundamental problems
in nanophotonics, motivated by practical applications in imaging, sensing, information processing, and energy devices.
Specific areas of current interest include:
Feel free to visit our research page to get more detailed description of our research projects. For a general introduction to the field of nanophtonics, please check here.