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Gong Research Group

Join us to Advance the Next Generation Bio-Electronics


























Our Mission

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The NEXT generation of electronics is going to be soft, smart, and more interactive. Their capacity of interfacing with our body enables them to collect and transmit the data of biological activity with the high performance (e.g. accuracy, speed) which are unimaginable before. This is going to change the landscape of healthcare, robotics, agriculture, and beyond.

The Gong Research Group at the University of Michigan is developing the soft electronic materials and devices. We utilize a transdisciplinary approach that unites physics, chemistry, and engineering. Our goal is to innovate soft electronic materials (e.g. nanomaterials, polymers, perovskites) from the molecular level, understand their fundamental properties using advanced spectroscopies, and advance the next generation of bio-electronics for the applications in biomedical sensing, soft robotics, energy harvesting and storage.




Research

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New Materials

Innovate materials at molecular level.

Spectroscopy

Understand materials using light.

Bio-electronics

Interface electronics with body.


We are hiring

We have openings for postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, undergraduate interns, and visiting students.

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Nov 18th 2021

Congratulations to Gong Group Master Student alumna Aayushi Khatri for taking up a position at STMicroelectronics!


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Contact

Email: xwgong@umich.edu

Gong Research Group

Chemical Engineering

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan