Welcome to Quantum Device Lab at HKU


We investigate quantum transport phenomena in various nano-electronic devices, realized by using state-of-art nano-fabrication and engineering techniques. Materials of interest span widely from 1D nanowire to 3D bulk that include 2D crystals, topological materials, and artificially designed heterostructures. Throughout the investigation, we aim to understand and learn to control the underlying physical processes, expand our view of electronic materials and contribute to the development of the new device applications.

Openings

Various Fellowship Opportunities

Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPF)
*For this, please contact PI (dkki@hku.hk) in advance.
HKU Presidential PhD Scholarship (HKU-PS)
*For this, please contact PI (dkki@hku.hk) in advance.
University Postgraduate Fellowships (UPF)
RGC Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme (PDFS)

Graduate and Undergraduate Students

Highly motivated graduate or undergraduate students are invited to contact Dr. Dong-Keun Ki (dkki@hku.hk) for possible research projects, at all time .

Recent News

[2024-06-11] Our group is now supported by the URC at HKU through its Seed Funding for PI Research - Basic Research!

[2024-04-10] Ms. Hyunkyung Lee from Pusan National University visits our group for one year. Welcome!

[2024-02-13] Publication in Small!

[2024-01-24] Publication in AIP Advances as an Editor's Pick!

[2024-01-05] Publication in Physica Status Solidi (b)!

[2023-12-12] Publication in Applied Physics Letters!